Frenchmen Street Productions featured on new reality series,”The Runner”

Frenchmen Street Productions had the opportunity to second-line along with the world-renowned Preservation Hall Jazz Band in a recent episode of, “The Runner.” The new reality series made it’s way through New Orleans July 15th. The runner narrowly escaped his chasers by being whisked off into second-line parade, joined by our krewe of skeleton revelers and stilt-walkers. Tune into www.go90.com to see July 16 episode 1.

 

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“Absolutely Epic,” Our latest review on The Knot

We love hearing feedback from our clients, check our our latest review on theknot.com .

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“We just got back from NOLA and were married on June 26th, 2015. Having the Kinfolk Brass Band and Amanda Thompson be a part of our day was a fantastic experience (start to finish). Amanda professionally handled every piece of the parade and all we, our guests and the people along the parade route had to do was enjoy the festivities, which they whole heartedly did (makes me smile just thinking about it). They also played privately at our reception which was a blast. We had strangers later on that evening stop us in the street and show us the pictures they took of the parade from earlier in the day. We are so glad we had the Kinfolk Brass Band be a part of our day. Make sure to get Gerald as your Grand Marshall….you won’t regret it. Our guest had a great time and more then one commented on how all future weddings for them will always fall short if there is no second-line with the Kinfolk Brass Band…. they are authentic all the way.” – George

Frenchmen Street Productions Celebrates Marriage Equality

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“We cannot recommend this band highly enough. As a same sex couple, we were nervous about any of our vendors saying they wouldn’t work with us, but the Kinfolk Brass Band were so nice and accommodating…Once they saw we were done with the wedding, Amanda approached me, and let me know they were ready when ever we were. We left Jackson Square and were serenaded by them for 6 blocks. All our guests were raving about how much fun the parade was, and all the on lookers congratulated us along the way.” – Jason Minter, March 15, 2015

At Frenchmen Street Productions, we’re beyond thrilled by the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage, and look forward to celebrating with many more couples.

Check out this article encouraging LGBT couples to wed in New Orleans.

http://gonola.com/2015/06/26/time-wedding-party-get-married-nola.html