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PRA Corporate Event Venues: Generations Hall

Venues

Generations Hall


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Overview

Originally built in the early 1820s, the building that now houses Generations Hall was used as a sugar refinery for more than 60 years. It has also served as a warehouse for cotton, the first pumping station in New Orleans, and the Italian Village for the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition.

Today, this historic building has been revamped into 36,000 square feet of prime event space. Generations Hall is a unique and versatile destination for private events, banquets and corporate parties.

Highlights include:

  • The full space can accommodate over 1,000 guests, and it can be segmented for smaller groups
  • VIP lounge areas
  • Intricate lighting packages
  • Top notch sound systems
  • Original artwork depicting the history of jazz in New Orleans

Inside Generations Hall

Generations Hall can accommodate a variety of group events and sizes. Comprised of three large spaces the Big Room, Metropolitan I and Metropolitan 2 Generations Hall can be configured to hold 50 to 5,000 guests. The multi-level interior features several bar areas, dance floors, balconies and modern furniture.

Generations Hall also offers state-of-the-art audio and video technology. From big band to disco, their talented in-house technicians can create a truly memorable experience for your next event.

Planning Your Next Event

Experience the true flavor of New Orleans at Generations Hall. Whether you’re looking to plan an intimate party of less than 100 or a massive blowout of 5,000 guests, this modern venue is prepared to plan a fantastic event.