Where In The World Is Scott

Browsing the "Jazz Fest" Category

792-Jazz Fest 2010 – New Orleans, LA

Janine and I attended the 2011 New Orleans Jazz Fest. Here are some general photos and a great musical collage. [...]

June 27, 2012 Jazz Fest

791-Native Dancers – Jazz Fest 2010 – New Orleans, LA

Native Americans have their own performance area. Here are three of my favorite dancers who dance to the drummers in the rear. [...]

June 27, 2012 Jazz Fest

790-Jazz Fest 2010 People – New Orleans, LA

All sorts of people attend Jazz Fest. Here are a few of the most interesting ones. CLICK HERE FOR PHOTO GALLERY   [...]

June 27, 2012 Jazz Fest

788-Mardi Gras Indians – Jazz Fest 2010

The Indians of Mardi Gras are one of the famous cultural aspects of Carnival and of Jazz Fest. The Mardi Gras Indians March and strut all through Carnival and appear at the Fest to honor that tradition. [...]

June 27, 2012 Jazz Fest

787-Jazz Fest Music 2010 – New Orleans, LA

Here are a few of the types of music at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. Zydeco. Old school Dixieland. [...]

June 27, 2012 Jazz Fest

786-Jazz Fest 2010 Food

Jazz Fest is all about the music and the food. These photos are all about the food. Gots to have some crawfish. Janine getting her soft shell crab po-boy. [...]

June 27, 2012 Jazz Fest

785-Jazz Fest Boys

Two of my boys. At Jazz Fest New Orleans. Justin and Christopher. [...]

June 27, 2012 Jazz Fest

657-Jazz Fest 2010 – New Orleans, LA

I have been jonesin’ for Jazz Fest for the past three years. Finally made it so I wanted to share some of the sights and sounds of the 2010 New Orleans Jazz Fest. [...]

November 3, 2011 Jazz Fest

658-Jazz Fest Food – New Orleans, LA

There ain’t nothing better then the snacks at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. For three days my friend Janine and I listened to music and ate our way across the fair grounds. Here are a few of the tasty treats [...]

November 3, 2011 Jazz Fest

659-Jazz Fest Parading – New Orleans, LA

Mardi Gras Indians have a tradition of showing off their costumes during Mardi Gras. The tribes have been around for over a hundred years and are the result of the reverence the Black slaves in the New Orleans area had [...]

November 3, 2011 Jazz Fest