The Orpheum is a nearly century-old Beaux Arts theater in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District. Built in 1918, the iconic space—which is one of the few remaining vertical hall designs in the US—has hosted vaudeville acts, films and countless performances by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. But its halls have sat dormant since 2005,when failed levees ushered Hurricane Katrina flood waters throughout the building’s lower reaches.
With a full renovation and passionate preservation completed, this classic space has opened to the music-loving public as a fully restored, incomparably luxurious entertainment space.
More than a stunning historical structure, this reimagined space brings an entirely new tier of entertainment venue to New Orleans. The Orpheum’s impeccable acoustics once again delights concert goers. The Orpheum experience is pure entertainment—even before the curtain goes up.