YLC Wednesday at the Square
Free 10-Concert Series • Wednesdays 5-8 pm at Lafayette Square
About YLC Wednesday at the Square
YLC Wednesday at the Square is a free, 10-concert music series in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District. Proceeds from food and drink sales benefit the Young Leadership Council’s community service projects, designed not only to improve the quality of life in the Greater New Orleans area but also to foster leadership skills in young professionals.
Cost and Tickets
The concert series is free and open to the public, supported by sponsors and food and drink sales. Food and drink tickets may be purchased at designated booths at the square.
A VIP Area is available for patrons who wish to have the best YLC Wednesday at the Square experience. VIP Passes offer access to an exclusive viewing area in front of the stage, three Abita beers, and an exclusive bathroom on-site. VIP Passes will be available for purchase in 2020.
Food and Drink
Outside food and beverages are prohibited. Please remember, this is a fundraiser and your food and drink purchases at YLC Wednesday at the Square keep the concerts free. All food and beverages are available for purchase using tickets.
Tickets can be purchased at each concert with cash or credit card. Bulk ticket purchases can be arranged in advance for amounts over $300. Please reach out to Liz Waller at [email protected] to purchase!
Official Wednesday at the Square Tee
Official Wednesday at the Square t-shirts are now available online at Bywater Clothing! All proceeds will support the Young Leadership Council’s community service projects.
Attention: Pet Owners
For the protection of our YLC Wednesday at the Square patrons, all pets must be kept on a leash with a maximum length of 6 feet at all times. Animals exhibiting aggressive behavior are not permitted. Owners are asked to immediately remove an animal that exhibits aggressive behavior. By entering the concert area, owners agree to be solely liable for the actions of their pets. If we find your pet to be a risk to other patrons, you will be asked to leave.