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Statystyka skrzynki
Fulton Street Mall - OU0204

 A Jazz Band in Bronze

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N 29° 56.857' W 90° 03.921' (WGS84)

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 Location: United States > Louisiana
 Cache Type: Virtual
 Size: No container
 Status: Archived
 Date Hidden: 26 December 2010
 Date Created: 27 December 2010
 Last Modified: 17 May 2015
 Waypoint: OU0204


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This statue has its own gazebo and they play in all kinds of weather at all times of the day and night.  This section of Fulton St. is closed to traffic and was part of the World's Fair in 1984.  Check it out around Christmas time for the "Miracle on Fulton Street".

To log this cache, look at the trombone player and note how many fingers on his right hand are UNDER the instrument.  Then look at the clarinet player and note how many buttons are on his shirt (not his jacket).  Enter these two numbers with no space between them.  Do Not take pictures close up that will reveal the answers.

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9 17 May 2015 NativTxn Cache archived

Cache was archived.

2 05 March 2015 UMainah Didn't find it

Was in town for a seminar. I stayed at the Riverfront Hotel for the week, which is on Fulton Street. Unfortunately it seems this band had gone home, so no luck for me. I did find some bronze musicians on Bourbon Street, but no trombone player at that one.



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The band was a no show
The band was a no show

1 01 April 2013 Aardvark Found it

New Orleans is a very interesting area to visit.  Thanks.