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The Fillmore New Orleans

The Fillmore New Orleans, a state-of-the-art 2200 capacity live entertainment venue, sets a new standard for Southeastern United States music clubs. Decked out with signature Fillmore nostalgia alongside aesthetic nods to New Orleans culture, music and art are sprinkled throughout the 22,000 square foot venue.

The Fillmore has embraced NOLA, and the design details within reflect the unique qualities of local architecture and material. Wrought iron gate segments and clapboard sidings are used throughout the venue, alongside local influences such as gas street lanterns, street tile signage, and local art displays. The environment encourages guests to make a night of it - enjoy a meal or light snack with inventive cocktails and craft beers available throughout the music hall, BG’s Lounge and Lobby Bar.

Within the club’s main room and VIP club BG’s Lounge, fans will discover small batch liquors, local and national craft beers, curated wine selections, and an elevated full menu of local and chef favorites.

Venue History

    The original Fillmore is one of this country's most storied venues. Originally opened in 1965, that intimate Fillmore was the epicenter of the American music scene during the 1960s and 70s, promoting the who’s who of iconic musical acts such as Aretha Franklin, Grateful Dead, Miles Davis, Jefferson Airplane, Cream, Santana, The Doors, Janis Joplin; and many, many others which helped it grow into the legend it is today.

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