Sundance 2019: Preservation Hall Jazz Band on Main Street

On Sunday of opening weekend of Sundance 2019, The producers behind A Tuba to Cuba, a documentary film on the history of New Orleans jazz, set up a Second Line brass band parade down Main Street during the Sundance Film Festival. The parade was be lead by Win and Regine of Arcade Fire accompanied by the famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band  from New Orleans. Although Second Lines are generally present trailing a funeral procession and it’s not really clear who died, it was pretty fun. And weird, cuz snow.

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Photos by Natalie Simpson / Beehive Photography.

 

Jeremy Pughhttps://www.saltlakemagazine.com/
Jeremy Pugh is Salt Lake magazine's Editor. He covers culture, history, theater, the outdoors and whatever else we ask him to. Jeremy is also the author of the book "100 Things to Do in Salt Lake City Before You Die" and the co-author of the history, culture and urban legend guidebook "Secret Salt Lake" (Spring 2021, Reedy Press).

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