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2101 ORLEANS AVE.    NEW ORLEANS, LA   70116
(504) 304-0460

UPCOMING EVENTS

with The Whole Gritty City
Tue September 26, 2017 7:00 PM CDT (Doors: 6:00 PM )

The Whole Gritty City is a 90-minute documentary that plunges viewers into the world of three New Orleans school marching bands. The film follows kids growing up in America's most musical city, and one of its most dangerous, as their band directo... Read more

The Whole Gritty City is a 90-minute documentary that plunges viewers into the world of three New Orleans school marching bands. The film follows kids growing up in America's most musical city, and one of its most dangerous, as their band directors get them ready to perform in the Mardi Gras parades, and teach them to succeed and to survive. Navigating the urban minefield through moments of setback, loss, discovery, and triumph, these children and their adult leaders reveal the power and resilience of a culture.


with Indoor Art Market, Corner Collective
Thu September 28, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:30 PM )

The newest of the city's art markets will be housed in the Historic Carver Theater every Thursday night beginning Fall 2017. The market will feature aristians from the following categories: Fine Art, Wearable Art (clothing, jewelry, etc), handmad... Read more

The newest of the city's art markets will be housed in the Historic Carver Theater every Thursday night beginning Fall 2017. The market will feature aristians from the following categories: Fine Art, Wearable Art (clothing, jewelry, etc), handmade small batch products, and everything in between! For more information, or to be a vendor please visit:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/17BzmvUJF1uY-4srVIxcPCf9b2sSleLwjykqcoipJdoI/viewform?edit_requested=true

A partial list of vendors is as follows:

My DIVA Store Inc.

Ma'at Adorned

Ambrosial Essentials

JC studios

Decor8d

Geaux Naturalle

Stick Together Brand

Nonpareil's Bakery

Tuxachanie Coffee & Tea

Bryan Brown Artwork LLC

Vann Cosmetics

Dominique Ranieri Metalworks

Feisty Collection

Brandy Dufrene Art

Bead B Dazzle

Pops and Rockets

Ciara Badu Monae

Shawny'sHealthyEssential

4K Skin Cosmetics

Blakk BambooC

ChandarChandar: Art by Chandra Leming

Dodeca Designs

Gabrielle The Artist

Kid Fresh Clothing

Nola Crates

PerfeklyFlawed Creations 

Spread LA

UglyBettyBoyCrush

 


with Whose Streets, Big 6 Brass Band
Tue October 3, 2017 7:00 PM CDT (Doors: 6:00 PM )

with Indoor Art Market, Corner Collective
Thu October 5, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:30 PM )

The newest of the city's art markets will be housed in the Historic Carver Theater every Thursday night beginning Fall 2017. The market will feature aristians from the following categories: Fine Art, Wearable Art (clothing, jewelry, etc), handmad... Read more

The newest of the city's art markets will be housed in the Historic Carver Theater every Thursday night beginning Fall 2017. The market will feature aristians from the following categories: Fine Art, Wearable Art (clothing, jewelry, etc), handmade small batch products, and everything in between! For more information, or to be a vendor please visit:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/17BzmvUJF1uY-4srVIxcPCf9b2sSleLwjykqcoipJdoI/viewform?edit_requested=true

A partial list of vendors is as follows:

My DIVA Store Inc.

Ma'at Adorned

Ambrosial Essentials

JC studios

Decor8d

Geaux Naturalle

Stick Together Brand

Nonpareil's Bakery

Tuxachanie Coffee & Tea

Bryan Brown Artwork LLC

Vann Cosmetics

Dominique Ranieri Metalworks

Feisty Collection

Brandy Dufrene Art

Bead B Dazzle

Pops and Rockets

Ciara Badu Monae

Shawny'sHealthyEssential

4K Skin Cosmetics

Blakk BambooC

ChandarChandar: Art by Chandra Leming

Dodeca Designs

Gabrielle The Artist

Kid Fresh Clothing

Nola Crates

PerfeklyFlawed Creations 

Spread LA

UglyBettyBoyCrush

 


with Cha Wa, Main Line Brass Band, LaToya Cantrell
Fri October 6, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )

                        Social Justice and Awareness Week Events Series                     Proceeds benefit the Louisiana Prison Educati... Read more

                        Social Justice and Awareness Week Events Series

                    Proceeds benefit the Louisiana Prison Education Coalition

                                                    Women First

              A conversation and benefit concert for formerly incarcerated women.

Join us for a discussion of the driving factors and consequences of women's incarceration in Louisiana. Special guest speakers will discuss their perspectives and experiences of incarceration and work towards policy solutions to meet women's needs and strengthen New Orleans communities.Visit the resource fair to learn how local organizatonsare supporting women, then party with LIVE MUSIC from Cha Wah! and Main Line Brass Band.

 


with MIA X, Shamarr Allen, Jason Neville, Charmaine Neville
Sat October 7, 2017 11:00 AM CDT (Doors: 11:00 AM )

                       Social Justice and Awareness Week Events Series                            Support the Youth: ... Read more

                       Social Justice and Awareness Week Events Series

                           Support the Youth: A day of Joy and Education


with Big Chief Bo Dalis & the Wyld Magnolias, TBC Brass Band
Sat October 7, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )

                            Social Justice and Awareness Week Events Series                           Re-Think O... Read more

                            Social Justice and Awareness Week Events Series

                          Re-Think Our History: Take 'em Down NOLA Fundraiser


with Indoor Art Market, Corner Collective
Thu October 12, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:30 PM )

The newest of the city's art markets will be housed in the Historic Carver Theater every Thursday night beginning Fall 2017. The market will feature aristians from the following categories: Fine Art, Wearable Art (clothing, jewelry, etc), handmad... Read more

The newest of the city's art markets will be housed in the Historic Carver Theater every Thursday night beginning Fall 2017. The market will feature aristians from the following categories: Fine Art, Wearable Art (clothing, jewelry, etc), handmade small batch products, and everything in between! For more information, or to be a vendor please visit:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/17BzmvUJF1uY-4srVIxcPCf9b2sSleLwjykqcoipJdoI/viewform?edit_requested=true

A partial list of vendors is as follows:

My DIVA Store Inc.

Ma'at Adorned

Ambrosial Essentials

JC studios

Decor8d

Geaux Naturalle

Stick Together Brand

Nonpareil's Bakery

Tuxachanie Coffee & Tea

Bryan Brown Artwork LLC

Vann Cosmetics

Dominique Ranieri Metalworks

Feisty Collection

Brandy Dufrene Art

Bead B Dazzle

Pops and Rockets

Ciara Badu Monae

Shawny'sHealthyEssential

4K Skin Cosmetics

Blakk BambooC

ChandarChandar: Art by Chandra Leming

Dodeca Designs

Gabrielle The Artist

Kid Fresh Clothing

Nola Crates

PerfeklyFlawed Creations 

Spread LA

UglyBettyBoyCrush

 


with Acrobats of China
Fri October 13, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )

Today in China, there are Acrobatic Troupes associated with each province and at times associated with a particular city. Each of those Chinese Acrobat Troupes form associations that are also a part of the national Acrobatic Association. Th... Read more

Today in China, there are Acrobatic Troupes associated with each province and at times associated with a particular city. Each of those Chinese Acrobat Troupes form associations that are also a part of the national Acrobatic Association. These troupes are sanctioned by the Chinese Government. This means that the Acrobats that are a part of these troupes are the Best of the Best Acrobats. Their professionalism sets worldwide standards and creates cutting-edge acts that compete for the highest level of recognition. In addition the government of China protects the Acrobats that are a part of the sanctioned association with certain workers’ rights. Amateur troops are often not familiar with those rights and work under dissatisfactory conditions.

​Acrobatics have more than a 2,500-year history in China. Developed from everyday life and work the early acrobatic skills presented in village harvest festivals have now evolved into one of China’ national treasures. Building on the traditional performances, today’s artists have added new techniques and spectacular stunts thrilling audiences around the globe. Highly skilled, rigorously trained, and superbly talented, these performers follow an unbroken tradition since 700 B.C. 

Ancient stone carving, earthen pottery and early written works trace the ancestry of today’s spectacular acts to an era long since vanished. Even Confucius’s father was an acrobat – a strongman of unrivaled strength, who, it is acclaimed, lifted 1,000 pound city gates to allow an army to storm through. Acrobats, with their amazing skill of strength and impossible balance, developed out of the annual village harvest celebrations. Every year in the fall the village’s peasants and craftsmen would join in the village square in a celebration of a bountiful harvest … a sort of Chinese Thanksgiving. The common people then would show off their skills by performing fun and exciting feats of daring and strength using tools and common items found around the farm and workshop.


with Acrobats of China
Sat October 14, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )

Today in China, there are Acrobatic Troupes associated with each province and at times associated with a particular city. Each of those Chinese Acrobat Troupes form associations that are also a part of the national Acrobatic Association. Th... Read more

Today in China, there are Acrobatic Troupes associated with each province and at times associated with a particular city. Each of those Chinese Acrobat Troupes form associations that are also a part of the national Acrobatic Association. These troupes are sanctioned by the Chinese Government. This means that the Acrobats that are a part of these troupes are the Best of the Best Acrobats. Their professionalism sets worldwide standards and creates cutting-edge acts that compete for the highest level of recognition. In addition the government of China protects the Acrobats that are a part of the sanctioned association with certain workers’ rights. Amateur troops are often not familiar with those rights and work under dissatisfactory conditions.

​Acrobatics have more than a 2,500-year history in China. Developed from everyday life and work the early acrobatic skills presented in village harvest festivals have now evolved into one of China’ national treasures. Building on the traditional performances, today’s artists have added new techniques and spectacular stunts thrilling audiences around the globe. Highly skilled, rigorously trained, and superbly talented, these performers follow an unbroken tradition since 700 B.C. 

Ancient stone carving, earthen pottery and early written works trace the ancestry of today’s spectacular acts to an era long since vanished. Even Confucius’s father was an acrobat – a strongman of unrivaled strength, who, it is acclaimed, lifted 1,000 pound city gates to allow an army to storm through. Acrobats, with their amazing skill of strength and impossible balance, developed out of the annual village harvest celebrations. Every year in the fall the village’s peasants and craftsmen would join in the village square in a celebration of a bountiful harvest … a sort of Chinese Thanksgiving. The common people then would show off their skills by performing fun and exciting feats of daring and strength using tools and common items found around the farm and workshop.


with Benji Brown, Howard Hall, Square Tite Mike, Leslie Brown, Hosted by Blowfish
Sat October 21, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )

with Luenell, Justnesh, Blowfish, Hosted by Rude Jude
Sat December 9, 2017 8:00 PM CST (Doors: 6:45 PM )

Brothers at Peace is an organization created to provide care, recreation, and enriching programs to male youth 12 to 17 years of age.  We aim to nurture potential, promote healthy living, and foster social responsibility that will build a commun... Read more

Brothers at Peace is an organization created to provide care, recreation, and enriching programs to male youth 12 to 17 years of age.  We aim to nurture potential, promote healthy living, and foster social responsibility that will build a community where young people are encouraged to develop to their fullest potential in mind, body and spirit.

Our mission is to help youth build strong character and realize their full potential as responsible citizens and leaders.  We provide ongoing relationships with caring adults, life-enhancing programs for young people, and effective educational programs for kids and young adults to promote character building.  Brothers at Peace will train in the areas of civic responsibility to prepare the young people of New Orleans to make ethical choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of social responsibility. Our goal is to supply the necessary resources to existing, well-established community projects that provide the city’s youth with essential life skills in order to ensure the success of future generations.

 Visit www.brothersatpeace.org for more information. 


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with Rip Micheals, Spunky Robinson, Blowfish, Mark Caesar, Hosted by Shack Brown
Fri September 22, 2017 9:00 PM CDT (Doors: 8:00 PM )
with Indoor Art Market, Corner Collective
Thu September 21, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:30 PM )
with The Bayou Bridge Pipeline Film Series, Phil Campo & The Loose Change Jazz Band
Tue September 19, 2017 7:00 PM CDT (Doors: 6:00 PM )
with Deepa Soul
Sat September 16, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
with The Batiste Fathers and Sons, The Hot 8 Brass Band, Brassaholics, James Andrews, Zion Harmonizers
Fri September 15, 2017 7:00 PM CDT (Doors: 6:00 PM )
with I Am Not Your Negro, Big Six Brass Band
Tue September 12, 2017 7:00 PM CDT (Doors: 6:00 PM )
with Indoor Art Market
Thu September 7, 2017 6:00 PM CDT
with Independent Gaming League E-Sports Fall Series
Wed September 6, 2017 6:00 PM CDT (Doors: 5:00 PM )
with Bayou Maharajah
Tue September 5, 2017 7:00 PM CDT (Doors: 6:00 PM )
with Big Charity
Tue August 29, 2017 7:00 PM CDT (Doors: 6:00 PM )
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ABOUT CARVER THEATER

The old Carver Theater of New Orleans

Built in 1950 and recently renovated in 2014, the Carver Theater is New Orleans’ premiere live music venue featuring the city’s best jazz, big band, blues, brass and more, along with a variety of top touring regional and national acts.

The 16,000-square foot music and entertainment venue is located in the heart of the Tremé neighborhood in New Orleans and boasts a unique combination of history, character and high-tech, modern amenities to elevate any experience—whether a music show, corporate event, wedding reception, film debut or stage play.

OUR LOCATION

Carver Theater is located in the historic neighborhood of Tremé and is approximately a 6-minute trip from the heart of the French Quarter.

Carver Theater
2101 Orleans Avenue

New Orleans LA  70116

(504) 304-0460