Grab your hula skirt and coconut bra, it's about time you got lei'd! House of Blues will be transformed into a tropical tiki venue complete with party games, festive giveaways, contests, and more! Featuring Jamaican Me Breakfast Club, this summer soiree is a do not miss for those looking to hula & jive. Check out the band here!
Arrive early for party games, including coconut bowling, hula contests, and musical leis.
Keep it going in Foundation Room after the curtain falls. Foundation Room will be decked out with tropical flair, featuring island beats from DJ Otto Orellana. Stop in before you head out, and check out DJ Otto Orellana here.
Room: Music Hall
Door Time: 8pm | Show Time: 8:30pm
Artists: Jamaican Me Breakfast Club + DJ Tony Skratchere
Admission Type: General Admission (Standing Room Only)
VIP Services: Upgrade to the ultimate VIP experience for priority access, premium menu and spirits, personal service and more. Details and reservations here.
Pass the Line: Grab some grub or gear before select shows and you could Pass the Line! Ask a box office, Restaurant & Bar or a Gear Shop team member to see if this fan favorite is available.
Parking: We offer discount validated parking at Canal Place Shopping Center located at 333 Canal St. Please bring your parking ticket for validation. Advance parking available here.
Additional Show Information: This is an 18+ event. All support acts are subject to change without notice. ID required for entry. No refunds unless show cancelled/rescheduled.
Brewed in New Orleans from an inspired mash-up of influences, Jamaican Me Breakfast Club plays New Wave radio hits from the 1980s re-imagined as roots reggae.
Call it pop rock steady. Or just plain fun. It’s feel-good music with a nod and a wink.
“A group that could only happen in New Orleans.” – Jay Mazza, thevinyldistrict.com
Laid back island rhythms, soulful harmonies and playful arrangements all turn classic songs into joyous sing-alongs.
“An excellent reggae band.” – Sandy Maillho, New Orleans photographer
Some of the Crescent City’s top singers and players – including members of Tank and the Bangas, Trumpet Mafia, the Revealers and the Ellis Marsalis Quartet – combine talents to give JMBC a dancehall pulse with irie vibes.
“I LOVE this band! FABULOUS!” – Rick Moore, New Orleans photographer
Since emerging on the scene in October 2016 with a triumphant debut at the legendary Tipitina’s (opening for another New Wave-meets-reggae band, Talking Dreads), JMBC has steadily built a following with performances at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo Festival, Vaughn’s Lounge, Gasa Gasa, the Allways Lounge and other venues.
So kick off your flip-flops, crack open a Red Stripe and groove to the pleasantly familiar but charmingly different sounds of Jamaican Me Breakfast Club.