The Music Box Village in New Orleans, LA
The Village uses New Orleans herself as a muse by creating artistically inspired musical houses that pay homage to the rich architectural and musical history of the city.
Although the venue is not intended to be a playground, exploration, imagination, and play are highly encouraged at The Music Box Village, as long as patrons are respectful of the exhibit. This project is meant to bring people from all walks of life together, whether they are inspired musicians or a flock of playful children eager to fill the air with music. Adults are required to keep a close eye on children at all times to ensure their safety, New Orleans Airlift asks that at least one adult accompany a group of three or fewer children.
The Music Box Village didn't always have it's permanent home on North Rampart, in fact, the non-profit moved the village to City Park with a plethora of impressive performers, including Solange Knowles and Tank, to name a few. The current home of The Music Box Village opened to the public with a dozen ready-to-play musical houses.
Enjoy a few drinks at the on-site bar to support the ongoing creative development of the village as well as the non-profit organization, New Orleans Airlift. All proceeds from beverage and food sales support this and future projects created by the organization. Whether you want to bring the kids to the village to unleash their creativity, or you need some inspiration of your own, make sure to spend some time in The Music Box Village when you're in New Orleans. It's perfect for any vacation!