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Preservation Hall Jazz Band brings Creole Christmas National Tour to Sheboygan


SHEBOYGAN, WI (September 20, 2023) - The Weill Center for the Performing Arts, a 1,150-seat live event venue located in the heart of downtown Sheboygan’s growing arts and entertainment district announced Preservation Hall Jazz Band will perform their holiday concert, “Creole Christmas” on Sunday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, September 22 at noon.

“We’re thrilled to welcome these legendary jazz musicians to our community for a special holiday show,” said Jerry Jones, Weill Center board president. “We are excited to bring the spirit and sounds of New Orleans to downtown Sheboygan.”

The Preservation Hall Jazz Band was founded in New Orleans by tuba player Allan Jaffe in the early 1960s and derived their name from Preservation Hall in the French Quarter. Despite challenges the band faced including Jaffe’s death in 1987 and the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the Hall in 2005, the band continued to tour the country as well as internationally. They have been applauded for sharing the unbreakable spirit of New Orleans. Rolling Stones Magazine says they are "The Past and Promise of American Music.”

Join as the band performs New Orleans classics as well as some of our best-loved holiday selections with a twist. Tickets go on sale Friday, September 22 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at, by phone at (920) 208-3243, or in person at 826 N 8th Street in Sheboygan. The Weill Center ticket office is open from Tuesday to Friday, 12 - 4 p.m., and one hour prior to events.

The Weill Center’s current lineup is available at Additional events for the 2023-24 season will be announced in the coming weeks.

About the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts
The Weill Center for the Performing Arts is a 1,150-seat live event venue in Downtown Sheboygan, WI. The Weill Center presents a series of live performances including music, comedy, variety acts, movies and more. In 2001 the theater was restored to its original Spanish Colonial Revival architectural style and atmospheric theater, as built in 1928. The
theater is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information and a full schedule of events, visit