On this Monday night Jazz tour your guide will take you way back to the early 20th century when Big Bands, Swing Music, and Dixieland Jazz reined supreme. This is the night to step out if you like to dance, swing dance, jitterbug, or waltz that is! Visit at least three venues where old jazz is always fresh. Vintage clothes encouraged but certainly not required.
Enjoy a jazz concert in a 19th-century, Brooklyn brownstone house. 'Remembering When’ is a celebration of music in the heart of Brooklyn’s historic Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood, where jazz reigned in the 1930s. Enjoy live music performed in an intimate setting plus fish fry late meal and open-mic session. BYOB
Considered the Mecca for African-Americans at the turn of the century, Central Harlem is home to Jazz, Lindy Hop and Swing, and continues today to be one of Harlem’s most vibrant for the arts, dining and shopping.
Harlem is the birthplace of jazz as we know it today! On this tour, you’ll experience and hear the soulful music that Harlem is world-famous for Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and many other household names still have their music echoing throughout the city as performers pay tribute to these greats every day. What are you waiting for?Highlights● Live jazz concert, artistically directed by Craig Harris — a trombonist, composer, and longtime Harlem resident● Spend your Tuesday afternoon surrounded by cool jazz vibes● Our tour guides are locals who are friendly, passionate and knowledgeable about their community ● Visit the elegant Alhambra Ballroom and learn about its history● Enjoy a brief walk in the Mount Morris Park Historic District ● Visit Hotel Theresa, a vibrant mid-20th century center of African-American life
Few cities rival New Orleans’ nightlife thanks to its thrilling music scene. From authentic dixieland to big brass and every other jazz style in between, live music options are endless in the city that gave birth to the coolest genre in music. Hear about the origins and culture of jazz before making your way to the 19th century neighborhood that boasts the best music and bars in town. We’ll visit a few of our favorite local clubs, enjoy a beer and discover the talents of some of the city’s best local musicians. There’s nothing quite like a night out in ‘The Big Easy.’
Explore New Orleans’ jazz and cocktail scenes on fun and far-reaching afternoon tour. With a local guide leading the way, learn about jazz’s origins and explore musical landmarks like Marginy and Louis Armstrong Park. Escape the beaten path in the French Quarter and visit a legendary 18th-century haunt. Enjoy a beer and five cocktail samples.