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Republic New Orleans is an elegant cabaret-style music venue, nightclub, and special event space that offers constantly evolving entertainment through music, fashion, film and the arts. With floor and mezzanine levels available, the space can accommodate groups ranging from 100 to 1000.
Past live performances include Spoon, Pretty Lights, Julian Casablancas, Miike Snow, Metric, Rooney, Concrete Blonde, Slightly Stoopid, Citizen Cope, Ghostland Observatory, The Faint, The Walkmen, Conor Oberst, Neko Case, Rilo Kiley, Mogwai, Kaki King, Okkervil River, Delta Spirit, Architecture in Helsinki, Man Man, Tokyo Police Club, Bright Eyes, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Cold War Kids, The Good The Bad & The Queen, Diplo, Explosions in the Sky, Of Montreal, Death Cab for Cutie, TV on the Radio, OK Go, Umphrey’s McGee, Agent Orange, Jurassic 5, Juvenile, Soulive, George Clinton, She Wants Revenge, …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, Secret Machines.
Republic New Orleans’ space is delineated into three areas: THe Main Room, The Mezzanine, and the Artist’s Room. The Main Room is 4000 square feet, featuring a stage, cocktail, lounge and high-top seating. This room is able to comfortably accommodate up to 600 people. Ideal for any live performance or presentation, Republic houses both a DVD projector and large screen backdrop. The Mezzanine is a 2500 square foot terrace overlooking the main floor and stage. The Mezzanine is able to comfortably accommodate up to 150 people. The Artist’s Room is a 500 square foot room adorned with low-level seating and a private bathroom.
DETAILS828 South Peters Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Open Thu-Sat 9pm-5am; also open Sun
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