The Annual Jamie Galloway Crawfish Boil & Block Party
Each year, Dave Jordan hosts a crawfish boil and all-out block party fundraiser to celebrate the life of beloved musician and chef, Jamie Galloway, to benefit the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic.
Anchored by the legendary Maple Leaf Bar, the event has grown in popularity over the years; in 2018 more than a thousand guests were entertained on two stages by more than 50 of New Orleans’ finest musicians. Over 8,000 pounds of crawfish and all the fixings are boiled by crews of Seither’s Seafood and Clesi’s Restaurant and Catering. The success of the Jamie Galloway Crawfish Boil grows each year thanks to supporters near and far. It’s been called “The most anticipated event before Jazz Fest.”
The 7th annual event takes place on Sunday, March 31st! Music Lineup: Coming Soon. Event takes place rain or shine. No ticket refunds. Sorry no pets allowed.
Sunday, March 31 | 3:00 pm-10:00 PM
GA: $30 (Ticket includes Crawfish and access to Maple Leaf) | *Day of: $50
VIP: $100 (Ticket includes beer, festival poster, souvenir towel, and private Crawfish) | *Day of: $120
*Ticket prices increase day of event! We encourage you to buy in advance. Online ticket sales end on Saturday, March 30th @ 11:59PM central time.
Outside Stage: George Porter Jr. & Runnin Pardners, Papa Mali, 101 Runners, SOUL Brass Band.
Inside Stage: Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes w/ Camille Baudoin, Dave Jordan & The NIA, Mikey B3 Band, Billy Iuso & Restless Natives, Soul Project.
About Jamie Galloway
James ‘Jamie’ Galloway III, a beloved Oak Street musician and chef, was 41 when he passed away in 2012. Originally from Alexandria, Galloway made his life in New Orleans providing his friends and fans with two staples of assured happiness: good food and good music. A fiber in the fabric of the local music scene for over two decades, Jamie played alongside Dave Jordan, festival music director, in the band Juice, providing harmonica, percussion and vocals. In addition to live music, the festival honors Jamie’s love of shared food via its tasty crawfish boil. As was Jamie, the New Orleans Musicians Clinic is an integral part of the city’s music culture, so it is fitting that through this event they are forever linked.
Contribute to an incredible afternoon of music, food and community celebration that raises much needed funding for patient care at the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic