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A must for jazz fans. The guide knows where to take you for the very best jazz going.
Very educational and I LOVE LOVE THE MUSIC!!!!!!!!!!!! I would suggest this again!
Fantastic night great company would recommend anyone to go on this excursion if in New orleans fantastic value for money.
I thinks our tour guides name was either Julie or Judy. Either way she was very good and we leaned a lot about New Orleans history besides hearing some good jazz.
The tour takes you to some of the best jazz places on Bourbon Street. You hear Dixeland jazz as well as the good New Orleans blues jazz. We also went to and outside club that played both.
Jazz was fun, expected to go to a few more places, but we had a small group.
A must to do and ask for John he was great and so much to tell us about New Orleans we had a wonderful time the music is wonderful.
The guide was very pleasant and informative. Maison Bourbon had a great band. Would have liked more background on jazz in New Orleans
This tour was OK. It was nice to see and to hear. Though Burbon street is very touristic. I prefer the clubs on Frenchmen street.
Very good if you like jazz. Would have liked to go to more places that locals go, like Frenchman St. Also, the guide didn't really tell us much about jazz or the history of music in New Orleans.
The first stop is okay, soft jazz, the second stop is the real jazz that I think of for New Orleans.
Very nice tour guide! Informative and knowledgeable. A bit too expensive. Recommend to take first night. We went 2nd and had already been to one of the two places that this tour includes. Can't miss the place either, open garden with music right in the center of Bourbon st.. I wish we could have visited more hide away- good music- places than the obvious touristic ones. Also most of the time was used to listen to music, which is great to do on your own, wished for a little more information about the history of jazz and NOLA.