6 Things To Do in New Orleans This Weekend

Our top picks for events this weekend.

Jesse Friedman in "Equus."

Larry Graham, Graham Studio One

Thursday, March 6

Promethean Theatre Co. presents Equus, Peter Shaffer's drama about a disturbed boy and his conflicted psychiatrist. Tickets for tonight's show are half off. Info here.

Stephen Malkmus of the band Pavement takes his band the Jicks to the Parish at the House of Blues tonight. Purling Hiss opens. Info here.

Steve Miller Band, known for songs like "The Joker" and "Fly Like an Eagle," play tonight at the Saenger Theatre. Info here.

Friday, March 7

Continuing this week of American rock and country music shows, Willie Nelson & Family plays tonight at the House of Blues. Lukas Nelson opens. Info here.

New Orleans diva Leslie Castay sings selections from Broadway, classic jazz and pop and American standards in Leslie Castay … Unscripted at Mid-City Theater. Info here.

Saturday, March 8

The annual Isleno Fiesta celebrates Louisiana's Isleno culture in St. Bernard Parish with folk crafts, cultural demonstrations, music and food. Info here

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