The Disco Biscuits have announced a four-night, three-city Road To New Orleans spring 2023 run culminating in a two-night stand at the Big Easy’s Mahalia Jackson Theater during the second weekend of Jazz Fest.

The four-night run, presented by Live For Live Music, will kick off in Alabama with shows at Birmingham’s Iron City (Wednesday, May 3rd) and Mobile’s Soul Kitchen (Thursday, May 4th). From there, The Disco Biscuits will make their way to New Orleans, Louisiana on Friday, May 5th and Saturday, May 6th (8:00 p.m. doors, 10:00 p.m. show) for a two-night stint at Mahalia Jackson Theater, located in the heart of Louis Armstrong Park.

The Road To New Orleans run comes at an exciting time for the beloved electronic-jam-fusion outfit. Currently in the midst of one of their most prolific creative periods in years, The Disco Biscuits have been consistently shelling out new material on stage and in the studio for the better part of a year. The Biscuits’ latest studio single, “Shocked!”, arrived in February along with a cryptic message hinting at the new material’s inclusion in an upcoming “space opera.”

Pre-sale tickets for all four Disco Biscuits Road To New Orleans shows are now available using the password SHOCKED on the following ticketing pages: Birmingham, 5/3 | Mobile, 5/4 | New Orleans, 5/5 | New Orleans, 5/6. Remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, March 10th at 12:00 p.m. local venue time. For full ticketing details, visit the band’s website.

The two New Orleans Disco Biscuits shows are part of a long, varied list of concerts as part of Live For Live Music’s Fest by Nite series during New Orleans Jazz Fest 2023. The series is set to begin during weekend one of Jazz Fest with The Nth Power‘s Tribute to The Gap Band featuring members of Dumpstaphunk and more at Toulouse Theatre (Friday, 4/28, 12:30 a.m.), TAUK‘s Parliament-Funkadelic vs. Sly and the Family Stone celebration featuring Kanika MooreAntwaun Stanley, and The Horn Section at Toulouse Theatre (Saturday, 4/29, 9:00 p.m.); The Funk Sessions featuring members of LettuceGalactic, and more at Toulouse Theatre (Saturday, 4/29, 1:00 a.m.); SPAGA Plays Dead at Toulouse Theatre (Sunday, April 30th, 8:00 p.m.); and Maurice “MOBETTA” Brown & Friends at Toulouse Theatre (Sunday, April 30th, 1:00 a.m.).

During the “Daze Between” Jazz Fest’s two weekends, music fans in New Orleans can also take part in the fun at Daze Between New Orleans, a two-day music festival at Faubourg Brewery on Tuesday, May 2nd and Wednesday, May 3rd featuring four sets of Goose over two nights in addition to performances by Tank and the BangasLawrenceNeal FrancisDavid ShawGeorge Porter Jr. & Runnin’ PardnersEggyMeltHoney Island Swamp BandJ & The Causeways, and The Quickening. A portion of proceeds from the Daze Between New Orleans will benefit New Orleans nonprofit organizations via Rex Foundation. Find ticketing information via the festival website.

The Fest by Nite programming will continue through the “Daze Between” and into weekend two with Daze by Nite featuring members of Lettuce, Lawrence, Dumpstaphunk, and more with Eggy at The Howlin’ Wolf (Tuesday, 5/2); The Daze Between Band at Tipitina’s (Wednesday, 5/3 – SOLD OUT); a Steely Dan Tribute featuring members of Cool Cool Cool, The Nth Power, The Motet, and more at The Howlin’ Wolf (Thursday, May 4th, 1:00 a.m.); Poppa Funk & The Night Tripper: A Tribute to Art Neville & Dr. John at The Civic Theatre (Friday, 5/5, 9:00 p.m.); an LP Giobbi Dead House Dead & Company after-party at The Howlin’ Wolf with special guest Yesmann (Saturday, May 6th, 9:00 p.m.); Warship My Organs at The Howlin’ Wolf (Saturday, May 6th, 1:00 a.m.); and Purple Party: A Tribute To Prince at The Howlin’ Wolf (Sunday, May 7th, 12:00 a.m.).

Check out the gallery below for a running list of concerts included in the 2023 edition of Live For Live Music’s Fest by Nite series in New Orleans during Jazz Fest. For an updating list of announcements and ticketing details, head here. Follow Live For Live Music on social media to stay updated on new additions to the series as Jazz Fest approaches.