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Jazz In The Park: Sounds So Good at Riverfront Park - History Pavilion

Where

Riverfront Park - History Pavilion
202 East La Harpe Boulevard
Little Rock, AR
501.371.4770

When

Wed, September 6, 2017
6:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-09-06 6:00 pm 2017-09-06 Jazz In The Park: Sounds So Good at Riverfront Park - History Pavilion Each Wednesday (6-8 pm) in September 2017, there is a free, family-friendly "Jazz in the Park" concert at the History Pavilion in Little Rock's Riverfront Park. A natural-stone amphitheatre provides limited seating; lawn chairs and blankets are permitted. No coolers are allowed but beer, wine, soft drinks, and water are available for purchase; proceeds from beverage sales benefit the scholarship fund of the 501c3 nonprofit Art Porter Music Education (artporter.org), which provides shareable invitations under "Events" on its Facebook page. A different band performs each week, as indicated on the "Calendar of Events" at littlerock.com. Featured on 6 September 2017 is Sounds So Good: Curtis "JJ" Adams (keys), Tim Woods (soprano sax), Ivan Yarbrough (electric bass), Gavin Hawkins (drums), Tamisha "Sonnie" Cheatham (vocals). Photos for performers can be found on the Facebook page titled "Sounds So Good Jazz Quintet." Info and a local map for the venue are provided via a link at the top of this Jazz Near You entry, which can be shared via e-mail as well as social media. Riverfront Park - History Pavilion, 202 East La Harpe Boulevard false MM/DD/YYYY

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Each Wednesday (6-8 pm) in September 2017, there is a free, family-friendly "Jazz in the Park" concert at the History Pavilion in Little Rock's Riverfront Park. A natural-stone amphitheatre provides limited seating; lawn chairs and blankets are permitted. No coolers are allowed but beer, wine, soft drinks, and water are available for purchase; proceeds from beverage sales benefit the scholarship fund of the 501c3 nonprofit Art Porter Music Education (artporter.org), which provides shareable invitations under "Events" on its Facebook page. A different band performs each week, as indicated on the "Calendar of Events" at littlerock.com...

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Alita Mantels uploaded this event on April 26, 2017

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