3rd Annual New Orleans Sacred Music Festival is March 15, 2014!
12 pm – 8:30 pm
Tickets on Sale Now!
No paper tickets will be issued, ticket buyer will be placed on a “will call” list.
- PayPal will e-mail a receipt for online ticket purchase – please save receipt
- Ticket buyers will be asked to provide either PayPal receipt or identification at the door
- Admittance will be at the front and rear entrances of the New Orleans Healing Center
- Online tickets will be close on March 14th, at 10 pm,
- Tickets will be sold at door!
The New Orleans Sacred Music Festival brings performers from New Orleans’ diverse faith and cultural communities to share music, chants, prayers, brief ceremonies and conversations about the transformative power of music with the public. At a time when there is still much division, conflict, and misunderstanding in the world between people of different faiths — The Sacred Music Festival is a vitally important summit where people of diverse cultures and traditions can come together and share their voices through the universal and unifying power of music. Some performances are traditional, others innovative. Melodic, inspirational and uplifting, yet serious and profoundly personal, all sacred music carries similar themes of hope, no matter what language is spoken. Ancient and cutting edge at the same time, fun and lively, and full of magical moments– where else are you going to see Tibetan monks rocking out to Gospel music? Don’t miss one of New Orleans’ most unique and inspiring festivals!
Check out just a few of the Performers for this year’s festival:
In addition to their own sets, in the spirit of the Kindred Spirits, this year’s fest will feature artists performing together; including Japanese percussionist Mayumi Shari with 101 Runners, hip-hop artist Chuck Perkins with Medieval choral star Claudia Copeland, and many more surprises!See more performers at:
This year for the first time the festival includes a youth experience especially for kids engaged in music, arts and cultural survival, street peace, faith, interfaith and other civic activism. Young people and their allies and teachers will gather for lunch, learn about the site and event, meet each other and the musicians and enjoy the fest. The youth experience is funded by the NO Interfaith Peace Initiative as well as an anonymous donor.