Discover the famous neighborhoods, nightclubs, bars and brasseries that inspired the greats of the Jazz Age on this 3-hour Paris walking tour, ending with a jazz concert accompanied by a brunch and glass of champagne if you choose the option. Gain insight into Paris' rich jazz heritage as you stroll St-Germain-des-Prés, the Latin Quarter and Les Halles with your guide, pausing at legendary venues such as Les Deux Magots and Le Caveau de la Huchette. Finish with a live jazz performance at the Le Duc des Lombards. Your group size is limited to 15 to ensure a personalized experience.
Did you know that New Orleans is known as “the birthplace of jazz”? On this private tour, you definitely can’t miss the music and soul of this city! Hear how the city’s famous musical style developed, visit some of its iconic locations & discover how to have an authentic New Orleans jazz experience.✔ Trace the jazz roots at Louis Armstrong Park✔ Visit a vinyl store and jazz museum✔ Find the top venues for traditional jazz✔ Walk between the clubs of Frenchman Street✔ Learn about the influence of Creole culture.✔ Find out more about Creole culture at the Home of the Voodoo Queen.✔ Discover where traditional jazz jams unfold night after night at Preservation Hall.✔ Stop by at the Palm Court Jazz Café, one of the city’s finest music venues✔ Find out where to find the fascinating collections inside the Louisiana Jazz Museum.✔ Can be 100% personalized on your request.✔ Stroll down the iconic Frenchman Street, taking tips on the best music venues and how to make the most of them.
Enjoy an authentic Harlem walking tour and live jazz concert. Listen to some of the best live music being performed in New York City during this jazz experience in Harlem, the birthplace of jazz. Take the A train to 125th Street and get the party started on this 3.5-hour tour.
What better way to end an evening than in Harlem with some sightseeing and live jazz? Enjoy a 3.5-hour tour across 125th Street, then a lovely stroll along Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, and finish at a stop in Harlem known for some of the best live jazz.
Experience everything that ‘The Big Easy’ has to offer on this unique total day tour. Dig into the delicious flavors that make New Orleans one of the USA’s top foodie destinations, enjoy some classy cocktails in the famous French Quarter and hear all about the origins of jazz before visiting a few of our favorite local jazz clubs. By the end of this all-encompassing tour, you’ll be hooked on gin and jazz and a bona fide expert on North America’s Mardi Gras city! This tour is a combination of three of our most popular tours, the New Orleans Food Tour, the New Orleans Cocktail Tour and the New Orleans Jazz Tour
The night tour is a great way to see the islands night life and cultural foods.Guest will witness the sunset and art district.Also your able to attend the 2020 Kriolo Jazz Festival.
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.
Take a walking tour of Harlem — a center of jazz and bebop music — then dine on soul food and see a jazz show at a famous venue like the Cotton Club. After exploring the historical neighborhood with a professional guide, feast on mouthwatering cuisine such as crispy fried chicken, spicy ribs and cornbread at Sylvia’s restaurant. You’ll relive the high-stepping nights of the 1920s with a jam session at one of Harlem’s hottest clubs. There’s no better way to explore the full range of Harlem's diverse history, music and food!
An evening of jazz and drinks is a must while you’re in New Orleans – but where to start in a city full of bars? Leave the choices to locals in the know on this private jazz, drinks and bites tour: from a no-frills traditional bar to a cozy spot with a wide range of styles; they will take you to places that most tourists don’t usually find, and help you immerse yourself in authentic New Orleans jazz vibes.Before you hit the bars, your host will give you an introduction to the city’s musical heritage and the development of jazz – and where better to start than Louis Armstrong Park, named after one of the jazz world’s true icons! See where musical styles from across the globe mingled at Congo Square, find the tucked-away little studio where legends recorded their songs and pass by the place where the next generation learn their craft in the city.And then it’s time to hit the bars! All the choices along the way have been hand-picked by locals who know the best places.