Fri Mar 29 2019 - Sat Mar 30 2019

3:30 PM (Doors 3:30 PM)

UNO Lakefront Arena

6801 Franklin Ave New Orleans, LA 70122

$55.00 - $699.00

All Ages

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New to Hogs! Get your wristbands shipped right to your house & skip the box office! Wristbands ship two weeks before the event.

 

BBQ Teams compete for your stomachs, while today's best bands compete for your ears.  Friday Night is BACON NIGHT at Hogs with all teams preparing a Bacon dish to serve. Saturday remains the big BBQ day.

 

Hogs is a Cashless event using RFID technology! Say Goodbye to the wooden Hoggy Dollar chips! You can get your wristband shipped to your house, at Hogs or the week leading up to the Fest at our Hogs hosted Swap nights.

 

Hogs is a Rain or Shine Event

 

Re-Entry allowed only for Boss Hog VIP and Goin' Ham Super VIP Tickets Only!

 

*No refunds on unused balances on LOADED and VIP Bands so eat, drink and be merry!

Hogs For The Cause

  • Hogs for the Cause

    Hogs for the Cause

    Charity

  • Trampled By Turtles

    Country

  • Lukas Nelson & Promise of The Real

    Lukas Nelson & Promise of The Real

    Country-Rock

  • The War and Treaty

    The War and Treaty

    Contemporary R&B

  • Dumpstaphunk

    Dumpstaphunk

    R&B

  • Samantha Fish

    Samantha Fish

    Blues

    After launching her recording career in 2009, Samantha Fish quickly established herself as a rising star in the contemporary blues world.  Since then, the charismatic young singer-guitarist-songwriter has earned a reputation as a rising guitar hero and powerful live performer, while releasing a series of acclaimed albums that have shown her restless creative spirit consistently taking her in new and exciting musical directions.

    The New York Times called Fish “an impressive blues guitarist who sings with sweet power” and “one of the genre’s most promising young talents.”  Her hometown paper The Kansas City Star noted, “Samantha Fish has kicked down the door of the patriarchal blues club” and observed that the young artist “displays more imagination and creativity than some blues veterans exhibit over the course of their careers.”

    Having already made it clear that she’s more interested in following her heart than she is in repeating past triumphs, Samantha Fish delivers some of her most compelling music to date with Belle of the West, her fifth studio album.  The deeply soulful, personally charged 11-song set showcases Fish’s sublime acoustic guitar skills as well as her rootsy, emotionally resonant songwriting.

    Such memorable new originals as “American Dream,” “Blood in the Water,” “Need You More” and “Don’t Say You Love Me” demonstrate the artist’s knack for organic Americana songcraft, while a trio of cover tunes—R.L. Burnside’s “Poor Black Mattie,” Lillie Mae’s “Nearing Home” and the Jimbo Mathus-penned title track—attest to her substantial interpretive skills as well as her varied musical interests.

    “To me, this is a natural progression,” Fish notes.  “It’s a storytelling record by a girl who grew up in the Midwest.  It’s very personal.  I really focused on the songwriting and vocals, the melodies and emotion, and on bringing another dimension to what I do.  I wasn’t interested in shredding on guitar, although we ended up with a few heavier tracks.  I love Mississippi blues; there’s something very soulful and very real about that style of music, so this was a chance to immerse myself in that.”

  • American Aquarium

    American Aquarium

    Country

    In the lush tobacco fields of North Carolina where BJ Barham was raised, people work hard. Families stay nearby, toiling and growing together. BJ loves those farms and his tiny Reidsville hometown, but he had to run off and start American Aquarium, a band now beloved by thousands. 

    BJ couldn’t stay. But he couldn’t really leave, either: he’s still singing about the lessons, stories, and lives that define rural America––and him.

    “I moved to the big city to go to college and fell in love with music,” BJ says. “But half the songs on our record are about small towns––little pieces of my childhood. I’ve had moments where it turns out a piece of broken English my father repeated twice a week is the most accurate way to say something. So I put it in a song.”

    American Aquarium’s seventh studio album Things Change offers the band’s finest collection of folk-infused Southern rock-and-roll to date. Stacked with BJ’s signature storytelling––always deeply personal but also instantly relatable––the record questions and curses current events, shares one man’s intimate evolution, and leaves listeners with a priceless gift: hope.

  • Marco Benevento

    Marco Benevento

    Jazz

  • Low Cut Connie

    Low Cut Connie

    Rock & Roll

    Low Cut Connie is a rock n roll act from Philadelphia, fronted by piano-pounding firebrand Adam Weiner. Their song "Boozophilia" was chosen by President Obama for his Presidential Playlist, and the New York Times recently said "their live show is a phenomenon." The band has toured across the USA and Canada over the last 4 years building a diverse, passionate fanbase with their wild and loose stage show.

    Their first three LP’s (2011's Get Out the Lotion, 2012's Call Me Sylvia, & 2015's Hi Honey) have been acclaimed by many in print and radio, including NPR, Rolling Stone, MOJO, Huffington Post, and Sound Opinions. Legendary music critic Robert Christgau, aka the Dean of American Rock Critics, famously wrote "Low Cut Connie rips shit up." Sound Opinions / NPR critic Greg Kot recently said of the band, “Low Cut Connie is the essence of what rock n roll should be.”

    In 2017, the band will release a pair of new LP’s, two halves of a double album they recently recorded at the legendary Ardent Studios in Memphis TN.

  • Bishop Gunn

    Bishop Gunn

    Alternative Country

    Bishop Gunn of Natchez, Mississippi, is rooted in the history and sounds of their home and the surrounding Delta, and features ablend of rock and roll, soul and blues. The group consists of vocalist Travis McCready, Drew Smithers on guitar, Ben Lewis on bass and Burne Sharp on drums.
    Bishop Gunn released their debut full-length album Natchez in May 2018. They worked on the release with Grammy Award-winning producers Casey Wasner and Mark Neill at legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studio and FAME Studios, as well as The Purple House in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee. The album, named after the band’s hometown, entered the Billboard charts as the #4 Blues Album and also appeared as #8 on their Heatseekers South Central chart. Rolling Stone featured the band among their “Artists You Need to Know,” asserting “anyone can cite the Muscle Shoals sound as an influence, but few acts can actually pull off making music worthy of such a claim. Nashville band Bishop Gunn is one of those acts…The resulting music is the perfect blend of Nashville and the Shoals, and is the rare album that builds upon its influences rather than resorting to outright mimicry.”
    Earlier this year the band was featured at SXSW, played support dates for Blackberry Smoke and was invited for a return appearance on Kid Rock’s 9th Annual “Chillin’ the Most Cruise.” They spent the summer and fall touring in support of the album, including performances at The Peach Fest, The Big House Museum, support dates for Marcus King Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Outlaws and many others. They look forward to closing out 2018 supporting Whiskey Myers and kicking off 2019 appearing on the Southern Rock Cruise and touring with Slash in Europe.

  • Lost Bayou Ramblers

    Lost Bayou Ramblers

    Country

  • Red Shahan

    Red Shahan

    Alternative Country

  • Liz Cooper & The Stampede

    Liz Cooper & The Stampede

    Alternative Folk

  • The Wooks

    The Wooks

    Bluegrass

  • Walter Wolfman Washington & The Roadmasters

    Walter Wolfman Washington & The Roadmasters

    Blues

  • Brent Cowles

    Brent Cowles

    Alternative Country

    A deeply honest, intensely personal record, 'How To Be Okay Alone' channels loss and anxiety into acceptance and triumph as Cowles learns to make peace with his demons and redirect his search for satisfaction inwards. Blurring the lines between boisterous indie rock, groovy R&B, and contemplative folk, the music showcases both Cowles’ infectious sense of melody and his stunning vocals, which seem to swing effortlessly from quavering intimacy to a soulful roar as they soar atop his exuberant, explosive arrangements.

  • Luthi

    Luthi

    Pop

  • Hot 8 Brass Band

    Hot 8 Brass Band

    Jazz

  • J and the Causeways

    J and the Causeways

    Soul

  • Roadside Glorious

    Roadside Glorious

    Southern Rock

  • The Iceman Special

    The Iceman Special

    Funk

  • One South Lark

    One South Lark

    Indie Rock

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2-Day GA

General Admission Friday and Saturday. 2 days of Music, BBQ & Fun for one amazing cause.

$55.00
2-Day GA LOADED

General Admission entrance to both days. Wristband comes loaded with $45 to spend on food & drink at Hogs!

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2-Day Boss Hog VIP

The True Hogs VIP experience. Open Bar, Private Stage Viewing, $90 pre-loaded to wristband, private bathrooms and more.

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Side Stage Access, $100 on wristband, Parking next to Main Stage, Be a Judge, Hogs Hat & Much More!

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Hogs For The Cause

Fri Mar 29 2019 3:30 PM - Sat Mar 30 2019

(Doors 3:30 PM)

UNO Lakefront Arena New Orleans LA
Hogs For The Cause

$55.00 - $699.00 All Ages

New to Hogs! Get your wristbands shipped right to your house & skip the box office! Wristbands ship two weeks before the event.

 

BBQ Teams compete for your stomachs, while today's best bands compete for your ears.  Friday Night is BACON NIGHT at Hogs with all teams preparing a Bacon dish to serve. Saturday remains the big BBQ day.

 

Hogs is a Cashless event using RFID technology! Say Goodbye to the wooden Hoggy Dollar chips! You can get your wristband shipped to your house, at Hogs or the week leading up to the Fest at our Hogs hosted Swap nights.

 

Hogs is a Rain or Shine Event

 

Re-Entry allowed only for Boss Hog VIP and Goin' Ham Super VIP Tickets Only!

 

*No refunds on unused balances on LOADED and VIP Bands so eat, drink and be merry!

Please correct the information below.

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All Ages
limit 10 per person
2-Day GA
General Admission Friday and Saturday. 2 days of Music, BBQ & Fun for one amazing cause.
$55.00
2-Day GA LOADED
General Admission entrance to both days. Wristband comes loaded with $45 to spend on food & drink at Hogs!
$100.00
2-Day Boss Hog VIP
The True Hogs VIP experience. Open Bar, Private Stage Viewing, $90 pre-loaded to wristband, private bathrooms and more.
$349.00
2-Day Goin' Ham SUPER VIP
Side Stage Access, $100 on wristband, Parking next to Main Stage, Be a Judge, Hogs Hat & Much More!
$699.00
2-Day GA Judges Pass
Be a Hogs' judge and help us pick a winner! Plus receive all G.A. Amenities.
$90.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
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