But the street really achieved a critical mass of popularity post-Katrina, and in the past few years, Frenchmen is tourist central come the evening, especially on weekends. But so what? On Frenchmen Street, certain things are just guaranteed: proximity to good music, good food, interesting culture, and an unbeatable street scene. Claude Avenue. Keep in mind music sets usually pop off around 6 pm, 9 pm, and 11 pm, although there is always room for variation. Of course, the weirdness gets a start right at the beginning of iconic Frenchmen. This may look like a rough punk music bar and it still is, in a lot of ways from the outside, but management attracts a pretty wide range of clientele.
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On Bourbon Street you will find cover bands. On Frenchmen Street you will find music bands jammed into four compact blocks. Bourbon has to be seen , Frenchmen Street has to be heard and experienced. This is the music scene I was hoping to find in New Orleans. I will be back. The food and atmosphere was much better here. And the music!!! Walking along this street you will find blues jazz and everything in between. Local artists something for everyone.
Young musicians on Frenchmen Street, heart of New Orleans' music scene. Photograph: Federica Valabrega. Click on the magnifying glass to see inside one of the street's clubs. With a dozen world-class shows a night, the block of Frenchmen Street is the song and soul of New Orleans, a city that has lived the blues and gave birth to jazz. Listen in and meet washboard player Chaz Leary. Uma surpresa em cada esquina!
Extending thirteen blocks from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue , Bourbon Street is famous for its many bars and strip clubs. With He founded New Orleans in