Hootenanny! A Barn Dance Benefit for Grow Dat

  • Generations Hall 310 Andrew Higgins Drive New Orleans, LA, 70130 United States

 

 

Come on out on Friday, March 11, from 6:30-10 PM for the Hootenanny, a barn dance benefit for Grow Dat! The event will take place at Generations Hall, 310 Andrew Higgins.

This year, we are excited to announce Jeffery Broussard and the Creole Cowboys as our headlining performer, along with additional performances by Lost in the Holler and My Wife's Hat!

Local musicians will transform the party into a true hoedown and inspire revelers to kick up their heels. The event will feature square dancing with caller Dan Wally Baker and zydeco lessons with Harold Bernard. Premier local restaurants and chefs will cook up delightful small plates for the event, and we will offer unlimited craft cocktails and ice cold beer.

Come on down and dance at one of the best local parties of the year!

If you have questions about the Hootenanny, please contact Jamie Broussard at jamie@growdatyouthfarm.org. 

Food provided by:
Galatoire’s
Emeril's

Mondo
Mr. B’s Bistro
Pagoda Cafe
Katie’s
Fulton Alley
Drago's Seafood Restaurant
Food Drunk
Bacchanal
The Chicory
1000 Figs
Pizza Delicious
Seither's Seafood
Ironside Waffles
St. James Cheese Company
Company Burger


Many thanks to our event sponsors:

PRESENTING SPONSORS
The Goldring Family Foundation
Jim and Donna Barksdale

CULTIVATOR SPONSOR
Aetna Better Health of Louisiana

SPROUT SPONSOR
Nancy and Mike Marsiglia

FRIEND OF GROW DAT SPONSOR
Hunter and Cathy Pierson

SUPPORTING SPONSORS
Louisiana Hospitality Foundation
Pelican Events
Fleur de Lis Event Rentals
New Orleans Magazine
Biz New Orleans
Where Y'at Magazine
Kel Kat
Duplantier Ice
H & H Printing

ABOUT GROW DAT: The mission of the Grow Dat Youth Farm is to nurture a diverse group of young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. You can support these young adults who are growing food for New Orleans by joining us for the Grow Dat Hootenanny! Proceeds from this benefit will help us employ 50 teenagers to grow 20,000 pounds of food this year.

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