Esperanza Spalding Presents: Emily’s D+Evolution. Having emerged in the early 2000s as the anointed savior of modern jazz, After Seven collaborative and five solo albums, Esperanza Spalding has dispatched her traditional arrangements and created an arty new persona, Emily D, who takes jazz into a whole new progressive direction. Spalding presents an eclectic mix of music, narrative and performance art, which delves into the childhood themes at the heart of her new release Emily’s D+Evolution.
Doors: 7:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM, Tickets: $34.50-$59.50
Election Night Party at Cane & Table
Join Faux/real on Election Night where we’ll be watching the election returns while drinking tankards of porter andsipping cocktails inspired by those enjoyed by the Founding Fathers. Tankards will be half priced for anyone dressed in colonial or presidential costumes and a town crier (complete with bell) will announce each key result as it comes in! Don’t miss it!
Tuesday, November 8, 7PM until…, Free Admission
Nathan Dalton and Wayne Curtis take guests on a tour of colonial cocktails with an emphasis on the flip. (For the uninitiated, a flip is a cocktail made by inserting a hot lagerhead into a molasses based mix causing a crystallization). The colonial fun will also includes music, performance art, and of course, costumes. Dalton and Curtis aim to make the world’s largest flip with one very large cauldron and some fire.
Thursday, November 9, 7PM, Catahoula Hotel
Poets & Writers
Join some of the Gulf South’s most talented scribes for an evening of the written word–spoken aloud.
Monday, November 7, Cafe Faux/Real, Free Admission
Please see calendar for all show times.