Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown 2022 Headed To Select Locales This Summer

Trombone Shorty, New Orleans’ cultural and musical ambassador, will be hitting the road this summer with a multi-generational troupe of the city’s finest musicians for Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown 2022. The national tour will be headlined by Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and feature an incomparable lineup including Tank and the Bangas, Big Freedia, George Porter Jr. and Dumpstaphunk playing the music of The Meters, Cyril Neville the Uptown Ruler, and The Soul Rebels.

 

Trombone Shorty. Photo credit: Matthew Chase Photography

Voodoo Threauxdown will be hitting select markets starting with Hampton Beach, NH on June 10 for a run of shows in the Northeast and Canada, with stops in Boston, MA (6/11); New York, NY (6/13); Lewiston, NY (6/14); Toronto, ON (6/15); and East Providence. RI (6/17). The tour will then head south and out to the midwest for a series of performances before landing at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on June 28.

 

George Porter, Jr. courtesy of Jam Cruise 18. Photo Credit: Chris Monaghan

The tour will continue westward for stops in Salt Lake City, UT (6/29); Bonner, MT (7/1); Seattle, WA (7/2); and Troutdale, OR (7/3) before taking some down time. Voodoo Threauxdown picks back up in August in California with shows in Los Angeles (8/10), Saratoga (8/11 & 8/12), Santa Barbara (8/13), and San Diego (8/14).

 

Ivan Neville – Dumpstaphunk – Hulaween 21. 📷: Silent J Studio

Building on the wildly successful Voodoo Threaxdown 2018, the current tour is a curated festival designed to bring New Orleans’ musical heritage to the world with an eye toward the future. “I want to share the music and the vibe of my city,” said Trombone Shorty (a.k.a. Troy Andrews).

 

Big Freedia – Photo: Rick Munroe MFN

The Grammy-nominated Andrews has brought together a constellation of New Orleans stars that cuts across generations, traditions, and genres including jazz, hip hop, bounce, funk, R&B and soul. “These are people that I grew up listening to, people I came up with, and people who have been inspired by me and my band,” Andrews said. “It’s the full package and an expression of what is unique and beautiful about New Orleans.”

 

Tank and The Bangas courtesy of Jam Cruise. Photo Credit: Jason Charme

 

A fan presale is underway now and can be accessed via the Trombone Shorty website. Tickets on sale to the general public this Friday, December 17. For more information, click on the links below.

 

 

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