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New Orleans musical sensation Valerie Sassyfras will host her birthday party on July 8 at the Old Point Bar

Sassyfras, who has made a name for herself as a New Orleans music icon, has been featured on America’s Got Talent and the Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Valerie Sassyfras 8th of July Birthday Flyer

The July 8 celebration will be hosted by Old Point Bar in New Orleans. Tickets are available now!

Valerie Sassyfras on stage

Known for her no-holds-barred approach to song and dance, Sassyfras has been delighting crowds with her antics for over 20 years.

The acclaimed “quirk-pop” music experience is offering fans discounted early-bird tickets to its concert and anniversary celebration.

I like to make people forget their worries, laugh and enjoy life. It’s fun to add a bit of sass to your life.

— Valerie Sassyfras

NEW ORLEANS, LA, USA, June 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — This month of July will see two milestone anniversaries: the birth of United States independence, celebrated on July 4, and the birth of the New Orleans’ own Valerie Sassyfras, celebrated on July 8.

Tickets for Sassyfras’ “July 8th Birthday Blowout” at Old Point Bar in New Orleans are selling out fast. However, fans can still get their tickets at a discount by ordering early on its Eventbrite page for the event. This year, Sassyfras is pulling out all the stops. His birthday concert will be a once-in-a-lifetime New Orleans experience, complete with food trucks, custom “Horny N Lazy” cocktails named after the lyrics to his viral hit “Girl’s Night Out,” and giveaways from her infamous home gigs she calls “Yardi Parties.”

Current and future fans can order tickets for $5 off the $20 admission price if they use this Eventbrite link to grab theirs before they’re gone!

Sassyfras hopes to top last year’s “Sass Fest” anniversary celebration, a kaleidoscopic journey of musical madness that featured carnival food, a miniature fair, fire-eaters, magicians, pickles in a bag ( don’t ask, you have to be there this year to get it), and a heartbreaking, loving performance from the Woman of the Hour. This year’s party will be held at the trendy and historic Old Point bar in New Orleans, which offers a true New Orleans experience. A guest review on Tripadvisor describes the place as a “hidden gem in the neighborhood of Algiers”.

Valérie Sassyfras offers her audience a unique and unforgettable musical experience featuring electric accordion, mandolin and keyboard. Her performances, either solo or with her Sasshay dancers, “stun” her audience with her infectious personality, wickedly hip choreography, absurdly funny props, and a visual style that leaves her with a psychedelic afterburn.

Sassyfras is still reeling from the success of his latest album, “Electric Rain”, released in April. Critics have applauded Sassyfras’ style and describe it as a new wave and electro-pop hybrid with a strong zydeco influence. Of note are the “Zydeco Girl” tracks, which serve as an artist statement and explain the whole “Sassyfras” philosophy. His song, “Once a Who Dat,” is also standout, an almost certifiable piece of New Orleans Saints pre-game hype.

In her eighth year performing throughout Louisiana, she performed alongside Louis Michot’s Melody Makers, 3rd generation zydeco royalty Gerard Delafonse, and became a fixture at New Orleans events such as the Freret Street Market, the Bayou Yacht Club Bayou Gras and the French Quarter Fest. . It even has its own Mardi Gras event, the Krewe of Sass. A regular at historic venues like Old Point Bar, Three Keys at the Ace Hotel and St. Roch Tavern, among others, her music is also popular at listening and dinner shows, most recently at Bourree’s Restaurant.

Sassyfras’ hits “Girl’s Night Out”, “Hide the Pickle” and “T-Rex & Me” have earned her starring on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, MTV’s Ridiculousness and twice on America’s Got Talent. Her fans, aka “Sassers,” adore her and follow her everywhere, from her coveted “Yardi Parties” to her annual “Horny and Lazy Christmas Spectacular.”

“I like to make people forget their problems, laugh and enjoy life,” says Sassyfras. “It’s fun to add a bit of sass to your life.”

A wonderful musician and artist with deep Louisiana roots, Sassyfras’ life story is featured in a documentary, “Nobody May Come,” which won Best Cinematography at the 2020 New Orleans Film Festival. documentary follows his life from childhood to the present day and describes his dedication to his craft.

Sassyfras’ music is featured on his YouTube channel, Spotify and Apple Music. If you’re planning on attending his Blowout birthday party on July 8, count on bringing home a head full of infectious energy and catchy tunes from his latest release, “Electric Rain,” plus some unforgettable memories.

About Valerie Sassyfras

Valérie Sassyfras is a force of nature, rising to the top of everything she does with an unforgettable style that includes fun and funky choreography mixed with wacky costumes and outrageous props. Valérie is on a mission to give us all permission to laugh in a world that takes itself too seriously.

For more information on Valerie Sassyfras, visit:
Website: https://valeriesassyfras.com/
Events website: https://valeriesassyfrasgigs.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/valsassyfras/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/valerie.sassyfras
& https://www.facebook.com/ValSassyfras/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/valsassyfras
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2Z9AWS6HgcCnUyO024GVrR

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