The Big Chief VIP Experience is the most luxurious way to enjoy the 2013 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. A limited number of tickets are sold (first come, first served). The Big Chief VIP Experience often sells out—patrons are encouraged to purchase early to avoid being shut out. Premium ticket package includes Festival admission with re-entry privileges; access to special viewing areas at major Festival stages and in some tents; access to a VIP Hospitality lounge; special access to rest rooms and beverage concessions; parking, if desired; and more.
The Grand Marshal VIP Pass is designed for the Festivalgoer who wants the luxury of moving from stage to stage, combined with the thrill of seeing Jazz Fest’s world-class performers up close.
A very limited number of Jazz Fest fans can upgrade their Festival experience to a pass that allows exclusive access to an upfront, golden circle viewing environment at the Festival’s three main stages: The Acura Stage, The Gentilly Stage, and The Congo Square Stage.
The Grand Marshal VIP Pass is sold by specific weekend and includes re-entry privileges (pedestrian only). A very limited number of Grand Marshal packages that include reserved parking are available for purchase.
Jazz Fest attendees have the opportunity to view all the action at the Acura Stage in an exclusive environment. The Krewe of Jazz Fest area features covered high-end folding seats along with private upscale restroom facilities and a dedicated beverage concession area.
As the number of Krewe of Jazz Fest VIP Passes sold is limited, interested patrons are encouraged to purchase their Passes early to avoid being shut out.
The Krewe of Jazz Fest Pass is sold by specific weekend and includes re-entry privileges (pedestrian only). A very limited number of Krewe of Jazz Fest packages that include reserved parking are available for purchase.
A Second Line Parade at the 2012 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival | Photo by: Douglas Mason
Golden Blade Mardi Gras Indians at the 2012 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival | Photo by: Douglas Mason