‘JINGLE JAM’ by JAMNOLA is Back with New Ways to Celebrate The Holiday Season

‘Jingle JAM’ a joyous holiday excursion by JAMNOLA, kicks off on Saturday, December 9th and runs through January 1st. The 5,400-square-foot Cultural funhouse has decked its halls with larger-than-life Nutcrackers, Christmas trees, presents, and more!

Guests can write a holiday wish on the Spirit Tree wall and will enjoy a new holiday playlist curated by Anjelika “Jelly” Joseph as they explore the cultural gems that make NOLA so special.

Every Saturday and Sunday starting December 9th through Sunday, December 24th from 11 am to 4 pm,  guests will have the opportunity to engage and take photos with iconic holiday characters including Papa Noel, The Grinch, Chocolate Santa, Krampus, Buddy the Elf, and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (check @JAMNOLA on Instagram and Facebook for details)

To encourage the gift of giving and spreading joy, JAMNOLA will provide up to 300 complimentary JAMNOLA tickets, one per reservation (up to a $35 value) at check-in, (while supplies last) for guests to gift to friends, family, co-workers, and strangers.

“We are thrilled to bring the magic of the holidays to JAMNOLA with Jingle JAM. It’s a unique opportunity for guests to immerse themselves in the holiday spirit and create cherished memories with loved ones,” says Jonny Liss, JAMNOLA Founder.


Tickets are available now at jamnola.com. JAMNOLA is located at 2832 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70117, and is open Wednesday-Monday. Adult Tickets start at $30 per person, Kids (3-12) tickets start at $21  (children 2 and under are free).


JAMNOLA is New Orleans’ cultural funhouse that takes audiences of all ages on a topsy-turvy stroll through the cultural gems that make the city so special. The immersive 17 exhibits are 5,400 square feet of pure NOLA joy celebrating the iconic art, music, food, and theatrics of the city through the eyes of 30+ local artists. This love letter to New Orleans was co-founded by Bywater residents Jonny LIss and Chad Smith in creative partnership with Cat Todd and Collin Ferguson of Where Y’Art Works. More information and tickets are available at JAMNOLA.com.

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