New Orleans is legendary for its live music. Tune in to T+L's video for tips where to enjoy local bands and which hotel is best.

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[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Nilou. And I'm Sarah. It's no secret that the Big Easy is legendary for its music scene. In fact, it was ranked as the best city for live music. And traveling leaders America's favorite say survey. But funny, the most authentic menus can be hard. Listen in, we've got your ultimate live music primer right here. First stop, fabored marinate. Next the French quarter, that's where DVA bar hosts a mix of local rock, soul, and brass bands. Every night it's something different all in a classic New Orleans building dating back to the 19th century. To get a taste of the city's newest music district head North of the Waterfront to the corner of St. Claude and Elysian Field. That's where you'll find Hi-Ho Lounge The spot for acoustic bluegrass, sign up for the bar's newsletter and you'll be the first to know what's on next. Okay, it's true. Saturn Bar in Bohemian Bywater may be a bit of a dive. But if it's a local dive you're after it doesn't get any better than this place for casual sex from neighborhood musicians. For a spot to rest your head, try The Saint. A funky hotel right on Canal Street. Halo, its roof top bar offers panoramic views of the French Quarter and Jazzy sets by an in-house DJ. And its brand new. Thanks so much for watching. [FOREIGN]
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