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Bogue Chitto & Leigh Guest performances

Bogue Chitto at Royal Brewery New Orleans

Bogue Chitto-New Orleans musicians performing orignal bluegrass and country music. https://boguechitto.bandcamp.com/releases

Singer- Songwriter, Leigh Guest, loves to travel, tell stories and sing. When she combines those things together it leaves her with the recipe for the perfect folk song. For as long as she can remember she’s been a wanderer and when she picked up a guitar her life made sence for the first time. Since then she has toured through the Western half of the United States, Alaska, played in Hawaii both on land and at sea and busked throughout the country of Australia. She performed at The Original Festival in Butte, Montana, where she opened for Chadwick Stokes of Dispatch. She performed two nights at the Lewis and Clark Fair and Stampede in Helena, Montana and took the stage at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. She also held residency at several bars on 6th street while residing in Austin, Texas. Her influences include Guy Clark, Johnny Cash and Kasey Chambers. She is currently traveling and sharing music off her newest album ‘Highways and Heartaches’ as well as filming for her YouTube TV series “On the Road with Leigh Guest Music.”

The Unnaturals at Royal Brewery

New Orleans surf rock band The Unnaturals play at Royal Brewery tonight. Stop by and enjoy some beer and listen to some fun music. The Picnic Basket Food Truck will be on hand serving up some delicious food too!

For Craft Beer Lovers Only

Give your craft beer lover the perfect Valentine’s Day gift!

Purchase a gift card for the following:

  • Brewery Tour and Two Pints of Beer Each for Two People $78
  • Brewery Tour, Two Pints of Beer, Two Souvenir Pint Glasses and T-shirt Each for Two People $138 OR
  • Purchase a gift card in any amount

Reservation required. Tours are only available on Saturdays and Sundays at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Purchase your Valentine here

MoArt Paint & Sip with Maurice Hicks

New Orleans artist Maurice Hicks will be at Royal Brewery today, guiding budding artists to paint on individual canvases, while enjoying our beer in the taproom.

Story Box, hosted by New Orleans Public Library, at Royal Brewery

History Pin & New Orleans Public Library present: Storybox

Storybox is a unique storytelling event that brings people together to ask big questions, share stories of life and illuminate the things we have in common.
Share an hour of your time to contribute to this two month project with stories about:
ROOTS – stories about relaying roots and creating a new sense of home.
CHERISH – stories about love we feel for people, places and things and how it defines us.
LEAPS – stories about reinvention of ourselves and of people and places around us.
Story contributions will be put on display at East New Orleans Regional Library.
Come join us for our first Storybox event at Royal Brewery!

 

Saints vs. Chicago Bears

The Saints are playing Chicago Bears at noon today! Come see us at Royal Brewery for some beer and football!

Story Box, hosted by New Orleans Public Library, at Royal Brewery

History Pin & New Orleans Public Library present: Storybox

Storybox is a unique storytelling event that brings people together to ask big questions, share stories of life and illuminate the things we have in common.
Share an hour of your time to contribute to this two month project with stories about:
ROOTS – stories about relaying roots and creating a new sense of home.
CHERISH – stories about love we feel for people, places and things and how it defines us.
LEAPS – stories about reinvention of ourselves and of people and places around us.
Story contributions will be put on display at East New Orleans Regional Library.
Come join us for our first Storybox event at Royal Brewery!

 

Local Author Visit

Edward Branley, local author of the new book, Krauss – The New Orleans Value Store (and five other books about New Orleans history), will stop by Royal Brewery.   Mr. Branley will discuss his new book which features the revered Canal Street department store, which in its early days, sold lace and fabric to the ladies of the notorious red-light district of Storyville and later became known for its vast merchandise and quality customer service.

 

 

 

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