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430 Lamarque Street, located in the heart of Old Mandeville, Louisiana | DIRECTIONS

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Admission to each concert is $10/person, payable at the door. No advance tickets are sold. Arrive early to secure the best seat. We do not sell out shows. Make sure to stop by the merchandise table to pick up T-shirts, caps, koozies, and other Dew Drop souvenirs. Beverages are available by donation. Food prepared by the ladies of the First Free Mission Baptist Church can be purchased next door. Ample seating is available inside on a “first-come, first-served” basis, but patrons are invited to bring chairs to enjoy the music outside. Children are welcome. Please, no ice chests or pets.

The mission of the Friends of the Dew Drop is to preserve the Dew Drop Jazz Hall and promote its significance in the origins and the cultural history of Mandeville though jazz performance, music education programs, benevolent activities and support of emerging artists.

E-mail us at friends@dewdropjazzhall.com

Write us at:
P. O. Box 2018
Mandeville, LA 70470

Friends of the Dew Drop is a 501 (c) 3 Corporation.

Executive
Board Members

Chairman: Lynn Mitchell
Vice-Chairman: Dennis Schaibly
Treasurer: Mark Flynn
Secretary: Theo Mullen

Board Members

Peggy Baldwin
Cathy Deano
Nancy Forrest
Susie Hardin
Paul Maassen
Cathy Northey
Tom Quinlan
Jamie Roche
Anne Rooks

Advisors

Jeff Bernard
Edward Deano
Simmie Fairley
Bill Sims
Jinx Vidrine
Zella Walker