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TBG Presents 2010 Jazz in the Garden Concert Series

Posted Jun 29th, 2010 by Melissa SHaner  Category: Arts & Entertainment, Toledo.com

 

Toledo Botanical Garden Presents
the 2010 Jazz in the Garden Concert Series

Sponsored by Buckeye CableSystem and Yark BMW

It doesn’t get any better than cool jazz on hot summer nights! Toledo Botanical Garden is excited to announce an expanded season of Jazz in the Garden concerts this year. Guests will enjoy music from their favorite regional musicians in the Shade Garden at TBG beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday nights July 8 through September 9.

Pack a picnic or purchase dinner from City Q Barbeque. Ice cream, soft drinks and coffee beverages will be available as well. Bring a blanket or folding chairs and then kick back and groove to the swinging, singing, toe tapping tunes of these hip and happening groups:

§ July 8 Kelly Broadway & Her Swinging Seven Piece Band
§ July 15 Celebrating Art Tatum – Piano Virtuosos: Claude Black, Eric Dickey & Josh Silver
§ July 22 Blues and Mo Blues: VooDoo Libido / The Coosters
§ July 29 Ramona Collins
§ August 5 Damon Cook is Cookin’
§ August 12 Hepcat Revival
§ August 19 Jon Barlie & Friends
§ August 26 6th Edition
§ September 2 Jason Quick Trio with Lisa Lynn
§ September 9 Happy 89th Birthday Jon Hendricks!

Admission is $7.00 for adults, $6.00 for seniors (60+) and students, and $5.00 for Toledo Botanical Garden and Art Tatum Jazz Heritage Society members. Kids 12 and under are free. Discounted season passes are available through July 8.

Jazz in the Garden is made possible through support from Kingston Healthcare, Harold Jaffe Jewelers, the Ohio Arts Council, Star 105.5 and 93.5 WRQN, WGTE FM 91, The Toledo City Paper, and the National Endowment for the Arts American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Fund of the Toledo Community Foundation and the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo.

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