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Stream Performances from New Orleans Jazz Fest 2011

Tune in on May 7th and 8th for sets by Arcade Fire, Wilco, Jimmy Buffett and more

April 28, 2011 1:00 PM ET
Stream Performances from New Orleans Jazz Fest 2011
Anton Corbijn

Click here to watch performances from New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

The 42nd annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival kicked off last week, and this year features a typically eclectic lineup – including Arcade Fire, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band, the Neville Brothers, Wilco, Jeff Beck and Allen Toussaint, among many others. If you can't make it down this year, you're in luck: Rolling Stone will be broadcasting highlights from the entire Festival on Saturday and Sunday.

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The high-definition webcast, which will stream here beginning at 6 p.m. CT/7 p.m. ET on both days, will  also include interviews and a trip around the Fair Grounds to give viewers at home a sense of the Jazz Fest's unique character.

Saturday, May 7th Broadcasts

Jumpin' Johnny Sansone
Fredy Omar con su Banda
Renard Poche'
Soul Rebels Brass Band
We Landed on the Moon!
The Dixie Cups
Zachary Richard
George Porter Jr. & Runnin' Pardners
Wayne Toups & Zydecajun
Jon Cleary
Bonerama
Jeff Beck
Galactic
Wilco
Arcade Fire

Sunday, May 8th Broadcasts

Gov't Majik - the Dirty South Arfo-Beat Arkestra
Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes
Vivaz!
Russell Batiste, Jr. and Friends
Anders Osborne
Marcia Ball
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Cowboy Mouth
Voice of the Wetlands All Stars
Lucinda Williams
Irma Thomas
Better Than Ezra
Allen Toussaint
Robert Plant & The Band of Joy
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band
The Neville Brothers

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