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Sunday
15
APR

Singeasy Speakeasy: A Vaudeville Variety Show

20:30
23:00
Bar Redux
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Bar Redux & The Hummingbirds Barbershop Quartet Present:
Singeasy Speakeasy: A Vaudeville Variety Show

Join us for a 1920's inspired vaudeville show featuring several genres of A cappella** music, Burlesque, and variety acts, hosted by the Hummingbirds. Our lovely back patio will be transformed into the Singeasy Speakeasy, an underground saloon. This is our love letter to the past, with a twist!

A cappella Acts:
The Asylum Chorus
- A talented band of vocalists, showcasing their original a cappella music, a rare treat.
Toulouse Quartet
- A women's barbershop quartet from New Orleans
The Hummingbirds
- A drinking quartet with a barbershop problem

Burlesque Performances by:
Lefty Lucy

Variety Acts:
Chatty The Mime
Vincent Marini

Emcee:
Pete Addicks & the Hummingbirds

Feature cocktail:
The Bees Knees - a classic prohibition era cocktail made of gin, lemon and honey

If anyone asks, the password to get in is "giggle juice," but shh, you didn't hear that here.

French Quarter Fest Sunday
Doors: 8:30 pm // Show: 9 - 11 pm
21+ // $10 cover (All proceeds support the entertainers.)
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"At the stroke of midnight January 16th, 1920, America went dry." The prohibition era began, alcohol was illegal, people lost a means of socialization, and were just desperate for a drink. This gave rise to the underground speakeasy, and began a thriving time in entertainment history, specifically for variety shows of the vaudeville genre. Requiring no set up time, and more importantly, very easy to stop and hide, a cappella music was a natural fit. We're so thrilled to see that this style of music still exists in the hub of music, New Orleans, with nearly 100 more years of time under it's belt to develop, and even have it's own list of sub genres. The love for the past, and especially for this style of music, is what brings us all together for one special, unique evening.

**A cappella - singing without instrumental accompaniment

Venue

Bar Redux