For each performance season, we invite local, national and international musicians and performers to create new works at the Music Box Village.

They explore and develop sounds and rhythms using our musical houses, culminating in an original performance series offered to the public over the course of a night or a weekend. While performers may incorporate their own songs and instruments, this show will be unlike any other you will see from these artists. Each performance is an experiment and an adventure for artists and audiences!

Stay tuned as we announce the rest of our exciting Spring Season.

QUINTRON’S WEATHER WARLOCK presents: “The Rights of Spring”

Inspired by Stravinsky’s “Le Sacre du Printemps”

Quintron returns to the Music Box Village to conduct an imaginative re-interpretation of Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” featuring Weather Warlock, a band AND a unique weather-responsive instrument, first revealed in the original Music Box installation and streaming the sounds of New Orleans weather here!

A host of amazing collaborators will join Quintron including fellow composers/Weather Warlock members Aaron Hill (EyeHateGod) and Gary Wrong! Rapper Delish Da Goddess, jazz singer Meschiya Lake and punk rock percussionist Mike Dillon are just a few of the stellar group of collaborators who will contribute to a truly unpredictable evening.

Opening performances by Special Interest and Benny Divine.

Saturday and Sunday / April 22 & 23

One show per night: Doors at 6:30pm

Box Office: 6pm, Opening Acts: 7pm, Headliners: 8pm

 $20 advance / $25 at the door

JAZZ FEST SHOWS!! Ticketing will open soon…

Thursday, May 4th:
Mike Dillon’s
New Orleans Punk Rock Percussion Consortium:

an unbelievable roster of New Orleans talent, featuring Jason Marsalis, Brian Coogan, Stanton Moore, Jean-Paul Gaster (Clutch), Simon Lott, Weedie Braimah, Paul Thibodeaux, Otto Schrang, Daria Dzurik, Tiffany Lamson (Givers), Jesse Paige, Stephen Montalvo, Aaron Walker, Logan Schutts, Brendan Bull, Helen Gillet, Nathan Lambertson, Cliff Hines, Brian Haas, and Mark Southerland!

with Special Guests Rickie Lee Jones and Clint Maegan.

Saturday, May 6th:
“Dub Down Babylon” by Dustan Louque, featuring Nels Cline (Wilco) and local luminaries

Consider joining as a member! You get one free show ticket, plus unlimited access to our Public Hours… 


Please double-check your SHOW TIME and SHOW DATE **before ** completing your purchase!! We are unable to make changes to tickets, once your sale is complete.

Your confirmation email serves as your ticket. Please print and show for entry at our back gate, or check in at Will Call at our ticket booth. Tickets are also available at the door. Paper tickets are available at Euclid Records: 3301 Chartres St.


Visit our Public Hours to interact and play our instrumental village. Public Hours do not offer advance ticketing; purchase your tickets at the gate. Please bring proof of ID as a Louisiana resident.

The Music Box Village is a one-of-a-kind, artist-built sculpture garden. We require children under 16 to be accompanied by an adult at all times, with a minimum of one adult per four children due to safety concerns.

While we welcome exploration and play, children must be supervised at all times due to the delicate nature of our instruments. The Music Box Village is not intended as a playground. Entry is at your own risk.

When coming to The Music Box Village:
– Our parking lot is reserved for those who need special assistance. Please bike or cab if possible.
– Dogs are not allowed.
– Children are welcome at a maximum of three per adult. Children must be supervised at all times due to the high risk nature of our site.
– Please do not smoke in, around or near our musical houses.
– Seating is limited, bring picnic blankets or your own seating.
– The venue is outdoors and unpaved, please dress accordingly.
– Fridays-Sundays, we provide a reasonably priced bar offering water, cocktails, wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks. Proceeds support our project!


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