The Radiators

The Bowery Presents:

The Radiators

Wed ยท May 1, 2019

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

$50 GA Floor | $60 Reserved Balcony | $100 Reserved Loge | $50 Reserved Gallery

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This event is all ages

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Floor is standing room only
Balcony Loge, Balcony, and Gallery seats are fully reserved
Bars are open on all levels
Bathrooms are located on the Floor and Gallery
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The Radiators
The Radiators
Like a street car heading up St. Charles, or a beignet dripping sugar, the band The Radiators have been a New Orleans tradition for going on 26 years. Yet, unlike the streetcar or the Cafe du Monde, the band delivers their special Louisiana mojo to whistle stops all over the globe.

The Radiators blend some Creole spice with a little bit of bayou funk and then add some of that mean river blues to create what is know as Fish Head Music. Like fine jambalaya, you just never know exactly what the Radiators will cook up. Their non stop yearly tours include the top clubs and festivals, from BB Kings in NYC to High Sierra fest in Quincy, CA. Their fans have honored the true New Orleans connection the Radiators represent by forming private krewes all over America. But instead of beads these people throw Radiators shows. Their DADs ball every Halloween in Minnesota has become legendary.

In only its fourth year, The Monkey Krewe of south Florida has followed valiantly in its predecessors footsteps. Like the Minnesota DADs krewe, many members of the Monkey Krewe are frequent visitors to New Orleans and have an eye for keeping things as authentic as possible. There is a Monkey Krewe Court with coronations and the weekend builds up to a masquerade ball known as the Monkey Ball, of course. And these fans do not miss a detail. They have a website and an email list. This is serious fun. When Monkey Ball rolls into South Florida the first weekend of January it will seem as if New Orleans was visiting, and that's the whole idea.

New Orleans is such a blend of culture that it has influenced the artistic nature of most of the globe. It's this cornucopia of ideas that makes New Orleans unique. The people, the food, the art, there are no limits to their influences. Same goes for the Radiators; whether you like rock, funk, blues, jazz, acoustic music, electric music, dance music, groove music, soul music, come do the second line dance with The Radiators. They are New Orleans.