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Saenger Theatre

1111 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70112-2625
+1 504-525-1052
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I have seen close to 10 shows here over the last 2 years and have had a great experience each time... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jeanea B
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Beautiful historic theatre

I've seen a couple of shows at the Saenger and I'm always in awe of how beautiful it is inside. I... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
StephOliver17
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1111 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70112-2625
Central Business District
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I have seen close to 10 shows here over the last 2 years and have had a great experience each time. The only hint I will give is for women to use the restroom before you go, and don't drink too much while you're there....the...More

Thank Jeanea B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I've seen a couple of shows at the Saenger and I'm always in awe of how beautiful it is inside. I love that it has been so beautifully restored and holds so much history. At one show the staff was very strict about using phones...More

Thank StephOliver17
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Right on Canal Street, the Saenger is easy to find and a perfect place for a show. We say YouTuber DanTDM there. Get there early to admire the theatre. Parking garage across the street for easy access.

Thank brandonspeck
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had very good seats to this concert. the atmosphere was great in the theater. Eat before you go. The concert was long and we got our moneys worth.

Thank Shawn D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have seen several musical events (Government Mule, Ray LaMontagne, My Morning Jacket), stage presentations and more. This is a vaudeville-style theater that is wonderful all on it's own.

Thank Claude F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went to see one of our favorite singers here. It was like going back to a grander time! Gorgeous! Everyone was in awe of their beautiful ceiling! People were gazing at the ceiling and taking pictures. The acoustics were excellent. Room to dance. The...More

Thank dancingirlglitter
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We attended the Alton Brown show last night. Really funny, he's a food network celebrity chef. The theater is beautiful. Incredibly clean and well maintained. It reminded me of the Forum in Ceasar Palace, Las Vegas. The seats are close, and smaller. I got stuck...More

Thank Joan W
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

The show is another topic entirely but the theater was clean, good location walking distance from the French Quarter, full bar. I'd go again.

Thank evacray
Reviewed 12 April 2017

What a grand historic theater! Lots to see for sure as it's kept up so nicely and beautifully. good acoustics and a nice venue. See It just for it's beauty

Thank Bernardo F
Reviewed 11 April 2017

New Orleans's Saenger Theater took a devastating blow from Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and hs come back to its' old glorious self -- the theater is nearing the end of its' 2016-2017 Broadway Across America season and we have enjoyed every production immensely -- we've...More

Thank Stew S
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Reviewer922
Is there a good view from Orchestra C L 107 and 106 for Trombone Shorty concert?
28 January 2017|
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Response from glapril | Reviewed this property |
I'm trying to understand if you are wanting Orchestra Pit Seating or if you mean Orchestra Center Row L seats 106 and 107. We had seats a tad farther back for The Lion King and they were great seats.
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MS_Rosebud
Hi. I need advice for seats for a Broadway show. My husband can't bend his left leg, and needs a seat he can extend it some. Which seats have the best view and sound, but can accommodate his need to extend his leg. He is not in a wheelchair. There are seats available as follows: 1) floor right side aisle seat - are they angled slightly so that he can sit comfortably with his leg extended? 2) floor left side seat next to wall - rows S or P show no seat directly in front so he can extend his leg. Can you see the stage well from these seats. 3) Balcony seats Row A - Suites A, B, S, or T appear that he would have room to extend his leg.
1 January 2017|
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Response from Trisha U | Reviewed this property |
I think I'm too late to answer your question but let me know if you still need this advice . The center orchestra has the biggest widest seats . They are however cramped . If he needs space to stretch his leg get an aisle... More
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carla a
If I get a seat in the balcony near the rear will i still be able to see all of a stage play?
10 December 2016|
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Response from tl4253 | Reviewed this property |
Yes.
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