The Concerts in 2014 will be held Sunday afternoons, June 1st through August 24th. All concerts start at 6 PM and end at 8 PM unless otherwise notified. Note that there will be no concert on July 6th. Concerts on the Green are held at the beautiful Lou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Park at 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd., in Woodland Hills.
There is plenty of room for a late afternoon picnic with the family while being entertained by headline performers. Parking for Concerts on the Green is available in the parking structure directly behind the stage on Califa Street for $10. Additional parking is available on Owensmouth Avenue in either parking structure between Califa and Oxnard. (see map). Signs are clearly posted. Parking for Movies on the Green is $5 per car. For the July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza! Parking is $10 and $15 per car depending on the structure.
Check out the Membership page for the great value including free parking at all events all season with your membership! – See more at: http://valleycultural.org/concerts-movies/concert-schedule-2014/#sthash.x2G5TN2W.dpuf
Freddie Ravel & Friends perform at Concerts on the Green on Sunday, June 08, 2014 – 6:00 pm.
Warner Center Park, 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills, California 91367
May 1st – May 9th
Brian Culbertson returns to London for year number 5, where he will undoubtedly blow everybody away like he always does. Last time he sold out every single show, and he’s about to do the same again.
Brian’s line up will be Derek Nash (saxophone), Otto Williams (bass), Simply Red’s Mark Jaimes (guitar), Take That’s Bernie Smith (additional keyboards) & Chris Miskel (Brian’s drummer from Chicago).
Call 0207 439 4962 (+44 207 439 4962) To Book Over The Phone
Pizza Express, Soho, London
The Riviera Resort Sunday Night Series has become such a success and was voted as the “Best of the Desert” for best outdoor venue for LIVE music & great dining! Come make a memory! We welcome our visitors in town for Fashion Week & Spring Break. A great place to experience desert life styleand good living. Sunday Night Music Series 2014!
Riviera Resort Palm Springs
Saxophonist Paul “Shilts” Weimar hails from London, England and began his career at the age of 15, when he joined the National Youth Jazz Orchestra of Great Britain. After working in nightclubs, backing US stars such as The Temptations, he soon established himself on the London session scene and recorded with artists like David Bowie and Jimmy Paige.
Paul’s soulful, funky saxophone style ensured him an invitation to “The Brand New Heavies” in 1994. This association lasted for 6 years and several world tours. Later he became bandleader and front-man of the British urban jazz funk export, “Down To The Bone” which enjoyed massive success in the US. DTTB released 7 albums of which Paul was heavily featured, both as a player and as a writer.
In 2001 Paul debuted as “Shilts”. The first album “See What Happens” was recognized as one of the top records of the year and saved him a nomination for Best New Artist at the National Smooth Jazz Awards. He finally said farewell to DTTB to focus on his solo career. With forming his own record label, the full-on funk fortified CD “Going Underground” (2010) came out – its single “Seeing Things Clearly” remained 5 weeks on #1 of the jazz charts. His latest album “All Grown Up” (2012), is named as his best work to date by critics and fans.
Here you can order your exclusive Hotel Package:
2 nights (May 1-3, 2013) incl. half-board & 4 concerts: from 255,00 Euro per person in a double room
2 nights (May 2-4, 2014) incl. half-board & 6 concerts: from 316,00 Euro per person in a double room
from 3 nights* (May 1-4, 2014) incl. half-board & 8 concerts: from 443,00 Euro per person in a double room
Posted: April 9, 2014 in Concerts, Smooth Jazz
Tags: Al Jarreau, Capital Jazz Fest 2014, Down To The Bone, Incognito, Jeff Lorber Fusion, Julian Vaughn, Keiko Matsui, Lebron, Lin Rountree, Loose Ends, Marcus Johnson, Nicholas Cole, Rick Braun, Smooth Jazz, Stanley Clarke
Picture by travel agency Black Sense
Saturday, June 07, 2014 – 12:00 – noon
The 3-day Capital Jazz Fest line-up on this date is: (Pavilion Stage) Remembering George Duke Tribute Show hosted by vocalist Al Jarreau & Stanley Clarke plus special surprise guests | Rick Braun | Dianne Reeves | Down to the Bone | Vocalist Michael Franks | “Catch A Rising Star” Showcase featuring Generation NeXt: Julian Vaughn, Nicholas Cole, Lin Rountree & Lebron | (Symphone Woods Stage) Vocalist Chaka Khan | The Brand New Heavies | Klymaxx featuring vocalist Bernadette Cooper | Vocalist Dwele | Vocalist Regina Belle.
Sunday, June 08, 2014 – 12:00 – noon
The 3-day Capital Jazz Fest line-up on this date is: (Pavilion Stage) Vocalist Kem | Incognito | Vocalist Rachelle Ferrell | Jeff Lorber Fusion | Marcus Johnson | Keiko Matsui | “Catch A Rising Star” Showcase – Part III featuring Lil’ John Roberts & Friends | (Symphony Woods Stage) The O’Jays | Vocalist Faith Evans | Vocalist Peabo Bryson | Loose Ends | Vocalist Joe.
Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia, Maryland 21044
The San Antonio Summer Art & Jazz Festival, also known as SAS FEST, is a free, three-day event featuring an outstanding line-up of local, regional, and nationally known jazz artists, with an Arts & Crafts Fair, as well as delicious food and drinks, and we are now adding the 1st Annual San Antonio Summer Art…
The 3-day San Antonio Summer Art & Jazz Festival features jazz of all genres, including at 4pm: Dean James | 6pm: Michael Ward | 8:30pm: Blake Aaron.
Crockett Park, 1300 N Main Ave, San Antonio, Texas 78212
Posted: April 7, 2014 in Concerts, Contemporary Jazz, Jazz, Smooth Jazz
Tags: Brian Culbertson, Chad Fisher Group, Frank McComb, Jazz, Karen Briggs, Kelley O’ Neal & the KAYO Band, Kim Scott, Roman Street, Smooth Jazz, The Eric Essix Jazz Escape, The Eric Essix Project, Tracy Hamlin
The Eric Essix Jazz Escape at the Renaissance Ross Bridge, is the first event of its kind in this region to be hosted by a world class golf resort and spa. It’s a weekend getaway that offers an intimate jazz concert experience in a secluded, lush woodland environment that is still only minutes from the airport, city center, shopping, attractions and great restaurants. For residents of Birmingham and surrounding areas, the Renaissance at Ross Bridge is the perfect getaway that’s not far away…making Eric’s Jazz Escape the ultimate “stay-cation”!
Roman Street, Brian Culbertson, Kelley O’ Neal & the KAYO Band, Frank McComb, The Eric Essix Project, Kim Scott, Tracy Hamlin, and Karen Briggs.
Labor Day Weekend
August 29-31, 2014
Renaissance Ross Bridge, 4000 Grand Ave, Birmingham, Alabama 35226