Before I get into the first weekend of summer’s bustling outdoor jazz schedule, there is news of an exciting venue opening. Saturday, June 22nd, marks the first day for Streetlight Guild, “the brick and mortar house for Columbus culture,” located at 1367 East Main Street on the Near East Side.
One of Columbus’ longest-running sources for great weekly live jazz hits a major milestone next week. On Thursday, June 20th, from 7:30 to 10:30pm, the Rick Brunetto Big Band will celebrate 30 Years (!) of weekly big band dances at the 94th Aero Squadron. Tickets are $20 (show only) to
The Creekside Blues and Jazz Festival returns for its 21st annual installment at Gahanna’s Creekside Park & Plaza this Friday, June 14th (5pm – midnight), Saturday, June 15th (11am – midnight), and Sunday, June 16th (11am – 7pm). Single day tickets ($7 – $10) and weekend passes are available –
Thanks to a few big events, the Outdoor Jazz season continues for one more weekend! The Big Badd, Columbus’ purveyors of modern pop favorites imbued with jazz musicality and chops, get the weekend off to a good start with their performance at the Mac and Cheese Festival at Easton Town
Happy 1st day of summer! The week’s Outdoor Jazz Schedule (All events are free unless otherwise noted) is appropriately active, topped by ComFest 2018 at Goodale Park – click here for the festival’s jazz schedule and see below for a preview. Outdoor live jazz is available downtown before ComFest on
Happy Mother’s Day to all of the mothers out there! There are plenty of ways to celebrate Mom with jazz this weekend, including a couple events ahead of the holiday. The In Full Swing big band is presenting a two-night “Swing Into Spring!” concert with the help of vocalists from