Historic Building turned into Bar
Madame Vic's owner, Scott Veazey, loves New Orleans. He has renovated numerous historic properties in the city and when he stumbled upon 1500 Elysian Fields he could not resist restoring it to its 1885 splendor.
Opened in April 2021, the bar features many of its original features gorgeous wooden floors, high ceilings, large windows and a stylish interior design.
The acoustics are fabulous and almost every day there are local New Orleans musicians playing a variety of music styles.
Music at Madame Vic's
Learn more about some of our house musicians.
Obliquestra with Dr Sick
A 5 piece band performing antiquated European Cabaret melodies, occasionally with Yiddish sensibilities or a Spanish tinge.
A Brazilian choro/samba jazz trio: Salvador Avila on 7string guitar, Filipe Leite on drums/pandeiro, Susanne Ortner on clarinet/sax.
Slick Skillet Serenaders
A New Orleans based 20's and 30's era Ragtime, Blues, Western, Swing Jazz Band with a touch of Vaudeville jokes, antics and singing.
Sleaze Ball Orchestra
Deliciously Dark Cabaret Jazz playfully affording a mix of originals and covers. Fraulein Frances (Kitty Baudoin) gets down and dirty with her breathy, deep vocals.
Marty Peters and Party Meters
Based in New Orleans, Marty Peters & The Party Meters features a brash, no-holds-barred take on traditional New Orleans Jazz.
Andy J Forest Treeaux
Lively original blues and folk songs with some New Orleans Mambo and Zydeco, featuring harmonica, guitar, vocals drums and upright bass.