Keep New Orleans Thriving
A Community Space
The Tigermen Den is a community space, offering cultural programming & celebrations and adapting to neighborhood needs. We adapt to the needs of our community and provide a family friendly environment for gathering and experiencing art! We host Art Show openings, Supper Club gatherings, Theatrical Plays, Live Music, Community Meetings, Movie Nights, Charity Benefits, Full Moon Ceremonies, and more!
The Tigermen Den Porch Concert series creates a elderly accessible and family friendly space for the Bywater Neighborhood to come together and enjoy performances by local musicians. We provide seating to relax and enjoy, although dancing in the streets is always welcome!
Mardi Gras & Halloween Pop-ups
Never fear! The Tigermen Den is here to help you find your costume fantasy twice a year! With an array of vendors who have been collecting costume gems for all of time, the Tigermen Den annual Mardi Gras & Halloween pop-ups run throughout the season inside our historic and beautiful space. We’ve been hosting these costume pop-ups for over 12 years and will keep bring the crazy costume caravan to town as long as we stay standing!
Cajun & Latin Brunches
Our series of Sunday brunches are part of cultural celebration, preservation, and supporting local artists. We offer seating, food, drinks, dance lessons and merriment for the whole family. Dogs and kids get in free!
Since 2012 our mission has been to host, produce and support emerging artistic talent while fostering creativity engagement within our community. In 2021 we felt like we were swimming upstream, fatigued, battered and on the verge of closing our doors for good. That same year the city administration and Mayor Cantrell recognizing their importance in preserving the fabric of life as we know it here in New Orleans and launched the NOTCF program to support the cultural bearers by granting the funds they needed to fully realize their impact. The Mayor understood without the cultural content creators the well of authenticity would begin to dry up and weakening our reputation on both the state, national and international stage. The NOTCF program has recognized the importance of us continuing our programing here at The Tigermen Den by acknowledging the uphill battle of balancing budgets and mission statements when striving to produce authentic grassroots artistic cultural events. We thank the city and mayor for its recognition and support over the last few years and look forward to a continued collaborative relationship moving forward.