Taylor Mac is a genius. Macarthur award winner and Pulitzer Prize nominee, his opus “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music” begins its two week residency at The Theatre at Ace Hotel tomorrow.
It’s about communities falling apart and rebuilding themselves, using the songs of resistance as tools of change. We haven’t seen it yet, but people are throwing around the words “phantasmagoric” “sly” “messy” “brilliant.” A few critics said they were different critics afterwards. We’re so lucky to host such power within our walls. Join us. A few tickets are still available.
Today, March 14, at 7:10am, our bayou baby turned two. In celebration, we’re giving birthday cake to everyone. And by birthday cake we mean a discount code. And by discount code we mean BONBAGAY. Good for 25% off rooms at @aceneworleans all year long. Must book before 7:10am CST Thursday morning.
Keep your eyes peeled, people: The legendary Preservation Hall sousaphone tuba has gone missing. If you have any information about its wherabouts, call 504-418-0367. There's a reward for its safe return.
Our new robe was borne from high desert sunsets, Mojave mountain ranges and crafted by two sisters @blockshoptextiles who know a thing or two about a thing or two. Looks as good in your livingroom as it does under big skies. Find it at @acehotelshop
Love’s allowed on other days too. This month, we’re supporting Choose Love, a radical new organization that donates real goods and necessities to refugees. Book a room in February with code CHOOSELOVE for 10% off your reservation, with another 10% going directly to them.