Additional performers will be announced over the coming weeks…check back for updates!

  • Big Freedia

    The Queen of Bounce, Big Freedia is an American musician known for New Orleans genre of hip hop. As the undisputed ambassador of the energetic, New Orleans-based bounce movement, Big Freedia is never afraid to twerk, wiggle, and shake her way to self-confidence, and is encouraging her fans to do the same.

    Recently, Big Freedia was featured on the new Beyonce single, Break My Soul.

  • Tank & the Bangas

    New Orleans’ own Tank and the Bangas won the 2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest and in November 2019, were nominated in the Best New Artist category for the 2020 Grammy Awards. The band recently toured the USA with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, and have just released a new album, Red Balloon.

  • Choppa

    The energetic and physically chiseled Choppa was born and raised in New Orleans. An appearance on New Orleans’ popular radio show Nine O’Clock Props made Choppa an instant hit with listeners and in 2001 the independent label Take Fo’ released his debut, Choppa Style. The title cut became an inescapable regional hit and soon BET’s late-night show Uncut began airing the video. A re-recorded version of “Choppa Style,” with Master P adding some verse, became an instant hit. Recently, Choppa re-released a New Orleans Saints version of Choppa Style.

  • Lolo Mayhew

    Lolo Mayhew is an American Singer/DJ & Actress. She has toured the US, South Africa, Belgium, Holland, Dubai, & Tokyo to enthusiastic crowds. She has also starred in Showtime’s “Dexter,” “CSI,” “Law and Order,” FOX’s “9-1-1,” & most recently, CBS’s “FBI:Most Wanted.” She was previously signed to EPIC SONY & toured as an opening act with Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Destiny’s Child, and even opened up for Aerosmith at the Super Bowl. Lolo is also an amazing songwriter, and has licensed over 200 original songs to film, TV, and commercials. Previously, Mayhew toured the globe as the Ring Announcer and National Anthem singer for WWE’s “Smackdown.”

  • Kid Kamillion

    Haling from New Orleans, Bryan Normand also known by his alter ego Kid Kamillion, began his career at an early age. In high school, he put down his skateboard and turned his focus to spinning records. By college, he was curating the rave movement throughout the southern US and made a name for himself. After taking over the New Orleans nightlife scene, Kid Kamillion took his knowledge of southern hip hop and rave culture, and began fabricating his own sound. After gaining recognition from EDM ambassador A-Trak for his edit of “Heads will roll”, Kid Kamillion has earned a stout reputation among current heavy hitter DJs throughout the EDM and festival scene.

  • Pretty Na$ty

    New to the decks but no stranger to the scene, New Orleans’ own PRETTY NA$TY is ready to show the world what they’ve been missing out on: There ain’t no party quite like a PRETTY NA$TY party… bringing all the vibes and fun in high energy sets, filled with thick, satisfying bass lines, Southern rap/hip hop flair, plus your favorite classic bangers. PRETTY NA$TY was born out of a need for self expression, to be unapologetically yourself and be confident in the vibe you carry. Pretty Na$ty will perform the opening set in the Big Night party tent, and will then be one of the featured DJs at the Big Night New Orleans Silent Disco.


  • DJ Rozay Rell

    Rozay Rell is a not a newbie to the Big Night New Orleans stage. He brings a high energy, crowd moving performance for everyone to enjoy. Rell will be the featured DJ in the VIP Mansion at Big Night 2023, so be prepared to groove all night til’ the clock strikes 12 and we toast to 2023!!

  • DJ Zeus

    Felipe “Zeus” Perrier was born in New Orleans. His DJ journey started at age 15 at weddings and ceremonial events. Zeus strives to create an experience for every individual he encounters, playing funk, rock, country and sweet jazzy-blues, hip hop mixes, pop, house and R&B. Zeus has been the game day DJ for both the New orleans Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans, and will be one of the DJs at the Big Night New Orleans Silent Disco.

  • 610 Stompers

    The 610 Stompers are many things but, first and foremost, they are Ordinary Men with Extraordinary Moves! Since their birth in 2009, the 610 Stompers have grown into a 100-man strong, all male dance group whose bold mission is to return the ordinary man to the glory of dance.


The host lineup for Big Night New Orleans will include many local celebrities, who will be joining us to help ring in the New Year!


*Lineup subject to change

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