This event has been designed to provide exceptional entertainment with special attention paid to social distancing.
Guests will be asked to check in upon arrival and directed to their table.
Please maintain social distancing at all times and masks are required by all guests and staff.
Ticket holders may ‘bring your own’ spirits and refreshments for your table.
Join us for another outdoor concert featuring Joy Clark with her performance entitled Tell it to the Wind.
Like so many of the world’s most renowned musical artists, Joy’s influences first began with gospel before delving into secular expression-- like Sade, Shawn Colvin, Lenny Kravitz and Tracy Chapman. With each new discovery in sound Joy’s unique style grew and evolved, culminating in the creation of her first band Soulkestra and continued to expand with live performances at some of New Orleans’ most famous and beloved venues including Cafe Negril, Tipitina's, The House of Blues, The Orpheum, and The Mint. Her ongoing development paid off in a performance with Chaka Khan at the 2012 Essence Music Festival, the release of her 2014 single Come with Me and her winning the Delgado Songwriting Contest in 2017.
Joy’s journey has since expanded outside of her New Orleans’ home turf to include performances in New York, Ohio, California and North Carolina with Southern funk and soul band Water Seed and back-to-back annual tours with living-legend Cyril Neville and Swamp Funk in South Africa and Ghana. Specifically, Joy’s experiences with fellow guitarists in Africa affirmed a roots-deep connectivity with the inherent musical skill residing within her and served to fuel her first full concert of original composition at The Ogden Museum of Southern Arts in 2019. Joy has released her debut album Joy Clark and has enjoyed radio play of three of her songs - Here, Another Lonely Night and the aforementioned Come with Me. She looks forward to performing at French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest in 2021.
Concert Date: NEW DATE: Thursday, March 11, 2021
Deadline to Register: Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at midnight