Musicians and music lovers. This one is for you! Registration is still open for PAMAthon, a FREE event that will be running from September 9-10 for 24hr straight of experts in the field. Thank you to the Performing Arts Medicine Association for putting on this event!


Every Second Counts

NAACP New Orleans Branch 5620 Read Blvd, New Orleans, LA, United States

Join us on October 27th, 2023, from 12 pm to 2 pm for an empowering event, a collaborative effort between the NAACP and the New Orleans Musician Clinic, sponsored by the Gilead Towards Health Equity Oncology Grant. Our mission is to raise breast cancer awareness and empower the men and women of color in our community. We’ll provide valuable information, financial resources, and encouragement. Participating organizations include NOEH, the New Orleans Musician Clinic, and several others. The event features speakers, organization presentations, and an opportunity to gather information. Let’s come together to make a difference in breast cancer equity. Your participation and support are essential.

NAMIWalks 2023

LaFreniere Park 3000 Downs Blvd, Metairie, LA, United States

14th Annual NAMIWalks New Orleans promoting mental health awareness, social engagement, and support. NAMI New Orleans, the local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, offers hope, help, and healing to people with mental illness – and to those who share their lives – through family support, education and advocacy, and quality psychosocial services. Our work helps individuals live with dignity and independence within the community, enriching all of our lives.

Closing the Gap in Breast Cancer

LSU Allied Health’s Human Development Center Auditorium 411 S Prieur St, New Orleans, LA, United States

The New Orleans Musicians Clinic, sponsored by Gilead Towards Health Equity Grant, presents a collaborative summit scheduled at LSU Health Science Center on November 11th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This collaborative event will focus on local breast cancer awareness through a health equity lens and will include participation from SUNO, Dillard, Xavier, Tulane, and LSU Universities. This gathering aims to explore breast cancer awareness and health equity, fostering vital discussions and initiatives.

NOMC Benefit Show: A Tribute to the Instigators of Funk and Rock ‘n Roll

Tipitina's 501 Napoleon Ave, New Orleans, LA, United States

Tipitina’s and New Orleans Musician's Clinic are happy to announce A Tribute to The Instigators of Funk and Rock ‘n Roll: Fats Domino & Huey “Piano” Smith Wednesday, November 22nd, 2023 (8PM) at the [...]


Makin’ Merry: A Holiday Jam for New Orleans Musicians

Chickie Wah Wah 2828 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

A joyous evening on Tuesday, December 12, 2023 at Chickie Wah Wah to raise funds for the Musicians Clinic and Assistance Foundation. Featuring: Joy Clark, Andre Bohren, Sam Doores, John Fohl, Roland Guerin, Gregg Hill, [...]


Voyage des Femme Noires Survivantes

Acadiana Center for the Arts 101 Vermilion St., Lafayette, LA, United States

The ACHA program, an initiative of the New Orleans Musicians Clinic, is dedicated to addressing the critical issue of breast cancer in the African-American community, with a particular focus on Louisiana. Breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer among African American women, often requiring early detection and specialized treatments for survival. On January 11th, a Town Hall event in Acadiana will provide a platform for Black Culture Bearers to share their breast cancer journeys and highlight available cancer resources. The event aims to spotlight the underserved status of Black Culture Bearers in the context of breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, and support. The event's goals are to increase resource information and access to care for under/uninsured culture-bearers, enhance breast cancer support, build community partnerships, implement support through events and education, and share real-life stories. This Town Hall strives to be a catalyst for innovative ideas and collaborations that can bring about meaningful change in the fight against breast cancer among the Culture Bearer community.

Heroes Wear Tie-Dye: Blood Drive in Honor of Joe Cooper

Maple Leaf Bar 8316 Oak St, New Orleans, LA, United States

Two summers ago, Joe Cooper was shot multiple times while shielding his wife from unknown assailants in his own home. On the way to the hospital, Joe was given emergency blood transfusions that helped save his life. New Orleans is currently experiencing an extreme shortage of blood. In honor of Joe, we encourage you help your community and give blood TODAY! Register ahead: Remember, if you can't come to this event, stop by any Blood Center location and contribute whenever you are able.

Bayou Rendezvous

Howlin’ Wolf 907 S Peters St, New Orleans, LA

Are you planning to head toJazz Fest during the day but want to continue your local musical immersion all night long? Join us at Bayou Rendezvous, where we will be celebrating local music with that unique New Orleans festival energy! Just look at this amazing line up! Come support the New Orleans Musicians' Clinic and local music Friday, May 3rd at the Howlin' Wolf. Doors open at 8 PM.

Crescent City Classics

Joy Theater 1200 Canal St., New Orleans, LA, United States

Join us for an incredible night of music and fun with some of New Orleans' most talented musicians. Crescent City Classics is part of the Joy Fest After Dark show line-up featuring @georgeporterjr, @cyrilneville, @ivanneville, @erickrasno, @tonyhall504, @ianneville504, @deitchadam and more. $1 for every ticket sold will be donated to the NOMC! Thank you to the @joytheater for including us in your event! These tickets will sell out! Get yours today!

Bayou Boogaloo

Festival season isn't over yet! Perhaps one of New Orleans' most laid back and relaxing festivals, Bayou Boogaloo is scheduled for May 17-19, giving you a little rest before gearing up for local music, food and crafts again! Get your tickets ahead of time, and use promo code NOMAF at checkout to give the NOMC 25% of your ticket fee. Thank you Bayou Boogaloo!