2010 Superfly during Jazzfest Concert Series

Superfly Productions has announced its annual “Superfly during Jazzfest Concert Series” for 2010’s New Orleans Jazz Festival. The series will include shows by Galactic, Greyboy Allstars Les Claypool, the North Mississippi Allstars, and a special Gov’t Mule show at the recently-renovated and reopened Mahalia Jackson Theatre in New Orleans.


2010 Superfly during Jazzfest Concert Series:

Gov’t Mule
w/ 7 Walkers featuring Bill Kreutzmann & Papa Mali
Friday, April 30
Mahalia Jackson Theatre
Tickets $35
Pre-sale tickets go onsale Friday, Feb 12 via Mule Ticketing.

Jazzfest 2010 Riverboat shows aboard the Riverboat Creole Queen:
Galactic w/ Kirk Joseph’s 504 Brass Band
Saturday, April 24
Riverboat Creole Queen
Tickets $45

Les Claypool w/ Kirk Joseph’s 504 Brass Band
Sunday, April 25
Riverboat Creole Queen
Tickets $45

North Mississippi Allstars w/ Kirk Joseph’s 504 Brass Band
Friday, April 30
Riverboat Creole Queen
$40

Greyboy Allstars w/ Kirk Joseph’s 504 Brass Band
Saturday, May 1
Riverboat Creole Queen
Tickets $40

Tickets for the Riverboat shows go on sale on Saturday, Feb 13 at 12 PM ET. Visit superflypresents.com for more information.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/danfun/ danfun

    I don’t think Superfly puts any effort into these bookings anymore. They have the same bands play during jazzfest every year.

    • Gino

      And they sell-out every year.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/danfun/ danfun

    I don’t think Superfly puts any effort into these bookings anymore. They have the same bands play during jazzfest every year.

    • Gino

      And they sell-out every year.

  • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin

    @danfun – yeah i’d agree there, but i’ve often just wondered if that really is a demand thing. like that market can easily support that crew of musicians, but others wouldn’t fare so well.

    but with les claypool on the list, that kinda throws out my theory anyway.

  • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin

    @danfun – yeah i’d agree there, but i’ve often just wondered if that really is a demand thing. like that market can easily support that crew of musicians, but others wouldn’t fare so well.

    but with les claypool on the list, that kinda throws out my theory anyway.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/danfun/ danfun

    Well I think that there is a group of fans that will go see Mule every year.I personally am not a fan but I get that booking. And I am sure Galactic will sell out but they already play like 10 shows during Jazzfest already so that isn’t really isn’t anything special.
    I was kind of hoping Superfly would work with MMJ to book a night show since they have worked together for a while. But I am starting to think a solo Jim James set at Preservation Hall may be int he works since he is playing with them on Sunday. Preservation Hall’s night shows have been some of the best shows I have seen over the past few year at Jazzfest. This will be my first year going for the entire festival and I couldn’t be more excited.If you guys need someone to cover it let me know.

    • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin

      By the way, meant to respond to this like weeks ago — yeah, man — we want the coverage. You’ve always done amazing work with that festival.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/danfun/ danfun

    Well I think that there is a group of fans that will go see Mule every year.I personally am not a fan but I get that booking. And I am sure Galactic will sell out but they already play like 10 shows during Jazzfest already so that isn’t really isn’t anything special.
    I was kind of hoping Superfly would work with MMJ to book a night show since they have worked together for a while. But I am starting to think a solo Jim James set at Preservation Hall may be int he works since he is playing with them on Sunday. Preservation Hall’s night shows have been some of the best shows I have seen over the past few year at Jazzfest. This will be my first year going for the entire festival and I couldn’t be more excited.If you guys need someone to cover it let me know.

    • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin

      By the way, meant to respond to this like weeks ago — yeah, man — we want the coverage. You’ve always done amazing work with that festival.

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