Oakhurst Jazz Nights Fall 2016

Filed in Events by on September 5, 2016

Oakhurst Jazz Nights Fall 2016

Hundreds of jazz lovers will be headed to Oakhurst and picnicking at sunset again in September to enjoy some of the best jazz artists in the southeast during Oakhurst Jazz Nights Fall 2016. Oakhurst Neighborhood Association presents the 13th season of Oakhurst Jazz Nights! The Oakhurst Jazz Nights Fall 2016 offer another great season of free outdoor jazz concerts this fall, beginning Thursday, September 1, 2016.

Thursday, September 1st – Glumson Brother with Jeff Holt
Thursday, September 8th – Mace Hibbard Quartet
Thursday, September 15th – Tito Gato with Reece Harris
Thursday, September 22th – Darren English Quartet
Thursday, September 29th – Bonaventure Quartet Charles Williams with Amy Pile

All concerts begin at 7 pm and end at 9 pm and are free and open to the public. The location is the lawn in front of The Solarium at 321 W. Hill Street, 30030 in the Oakhurst neighborhood of Decatur.

Cancellation will be posted by 5PM the date of concert due to inclement weather.
To keep Oakhurst Jazz Nights as enjoyable as possible for everyone please observe these simple rules:

  1. Blankets Only – No Lawn Chairs
  2. Throw Away Your Trash – Garbage Cans Provided
  3. Kids are warmly welcomed. Please keep an eye on your own children at all times. We have some traffic on a nearby street and personal property at neighboring residences and business that could be potentially dangerous for unattended children.
  4. They have new and improved landscaping on The Solarium grounds. Please be extra cautious not to trample the new flower beds.

For an elegant front-row view of the concert, candlelit tables are available for reservation. Each table seats up to four and comes complete with chairs, fresh linens, and a custom candle-lit centerpiece. Reservations are $25 per table, per night. Click here to reserve your table.

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