Promotion guidelines

Let everyone know that you are an official community partner of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation!

Social Media handles

Facebook:  @JazzandHeritage

Twitter: @Jazznheritage

Youtube: @jazzandheritage

Instagram: @jazzandheritage

TikTok: @jazzandheritage

Linkedin: @The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation


About the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation invests proceeds from Jazz Fest and additional funds that we raise for year-round programming in education, economic development, and cultural enrichment.   Education programs include the Don “Moose” Jamison Heritage School of Music, the Tom Dent Congo Square Lectures, the Class Got Brass competition for school brass bands, a youth audio workshop program, youth vocal workshops, and more!  Economic Development initiatives include the Community Partnership Grants, the Catapult Fund accelerator program, and Sync Up entertainment industry workshops.  Cultural enrichment programs include the Jazz & Heritage Concert Series and annual Foundation Festivals: the Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival, the Congo Square Rhythms Festival, the Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival, and the Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival.  Importantly, these are free programs that the Jazz and Heritage Foundation has developed over many years to ensure that we give back to Louisiana. The Jazz & Heritage Foundation owns radio station WWOZ 90.7-FM and the Jazz & Heritage Archive. The Foundation also owns the George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center – an education and community facility named for the late Jazz Fest founder George Wein and his wife Joyce.  The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation established the Jazz & Heritage Music Relief Fund – a statewide relief fund to support Louisiana musicians who were affected by the pandemic. In the last two years the Jazz & Heritage Foundation has been able to provide relief funds of nearly $3 million dollars supporting musicians, music industry gig workers, Black Masking Indians, and other indigenous cultural practitioners. To learn more about the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, please visit us online at

Brand Guidelines

In an effort to clarify appropriate use of the Foundation’s names and logos, and to prevent unauthorized uses of our names and logos, we have created these Brand and Trademark Guidelines. We strongly encourage anyone considering using the name or logo of Jazz Fest, or of any of our other programs, assets or activities, to carefully review these guidelines

Name use

The Foundatoin’s name is to be used for grant-funded activities only. Please do not use the Foundation’s name or logo for activities not supported by a Foundation grant. When referring to the Foundation by name, please use: the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation.

Logo Use

The logos available on this site may be used by authorized community partners for print and electronic communications. Please be sure to place the logo on a white background whenever possible or surround the logo with ample white space. If you have any questions about using the Foundation’s logo, please contact the Grants Department at The Jazz & Heritage Foundation logo is to be used for Community Partnership grant-funded activities only. When linking this logo online, please link to As stated in the Letter of Agreement, the Foundation logo will be used on promotional materials for the grant-funded activity. Do not distort or alter this logo in any way while in use.

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