Last-Minute reminder

Reminder: the physical ticket, shown here, is BRONZE level. This grants admission to the event, but you must still bring your own supplies – table, covering, chairs, food.

Supplies (card table, white resin chairs, white tablecloth..) can be found inexpensively at any local discount store – Target, Sams Club, Wal-Mart, etc.

See you Sunday!

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT:
Bronze Package: Bring your own table, table covering, decorations, chairs, and food. This ticket price covers admission for two to the event. Sales end September 2.

Location:
The Augusta Common
836 Reynolds Street
downtown Augusta

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25 Wonderful Ways to Wear (All) White

Get your tickets today for the 2nd Annual Labor Day Weekend #whitedinneraugusta event. We recommend the SILVER package. Only bring decorations and food for two. We will provide the table, table covering, and chairs.

Or… get the GOLD package and leave all of that to us. Just show up and be fabulous. Dinner is on us.

https://whitedinneraugusta2017.eventbrite.com

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT:

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT:

Bronze Package: Bring your own table, table covering, decorations, chairs, and food. This ticket price covers admission to the event.

Silver Package (our best seller): Only bring decorations and food for two. We will provide the table, table covering, and chairs.

Gold Package: Just show up, be fabulous & enjoy the event. We’ll set you up and provide dinner for two from one of our onsite food trucks/vendors.

Tix available at http://whitedinneraugusta.com

Kemba Cofield performs in the Augusta River Region – Labor Day Jazz Weekend

NEWS ALERT – August 8, 2017

Augusta – Kemba Cofield, International Jazz Vocalist and Recording Artist – one of many special performances in Augusta during Labor Day Jazz Weekend.

Garden City Jazz will present a listening room in an intimate jazz club setting on Saturday, September 2, 2017, during Labor Day Jazz Weekend 2017. The feature artist is jazz vocalist, educator, and recording artist, KEMBA COFIELD.

Enjoy a pop-up jazz club in historic downtown Augusta during the long holiday weekend. The space will feature live classic jazz music in a listening room environment very much like those only available in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, etc.

Other events during that weekend can be found at http://labordayjazz.com


ABOUT KEMBA COFIELD:

Winner of the “Future of Jazz Straight Ahead Vocalist” award, Kemba Cofield captures the essence of every song she sings by painting a colorful portrait with each lyric, sharing her story that encompasses her joys and pains. She eagerly leads us through a path that celebrates the past and present with sensuality and richness. Her crisp articulation shines through to her soul; and it isn’t until then, that we really meet Kemba Cofield: the internationally known jazz vocalist, recording artist, writer, composer, talent extraordinaire.


“I don’t just consider myself a vocalist but a storyteller,” she says. “If I’m talking about love, I convey that emotion to the audience.” This passionate display of musicianship has entertained diverse audiences nationwide including performances at some of the finest venues such as the Philadelphia Museum, Atlanta’s prestigious High Museum and the New York’s Historic Lenox Lounge. Kemba’s vocal skills have offered her the opportunity to share the stage with the Zapp Band, Midnight Star, Bernard Linnette, Don Braden, The Aaron Goldberg Trio, Takana Miyamoto, Rodney Jordan, Freddie Cole, Rene Marie, and other famed musicians and jazz greats.
The independent premier release of Shades of Kemba in 2005 sustained Kemba Cofield’s place in the music industry. Shades of Kemba matched her powerful resonance with her influential personality, depicting her growth into an established jazz artist. Her first project was completed with collaborations with Wycliffe Gordon, Victor Goines, Marcus Printup, Reginald Veal, Doron Johnson and Alvin Atkinson. Since the release of her sophomore album, Kemba Cofield Live in Atlanta, Kemba has had an amazing career headlining the 2008 Atlanta Jazz Festival, the National Black Arts Festival and performing at Lincoln Center, the world’s leading jazz performing arts center.


JAZZ VOCALIST KEMBA COFIELD

September 2, 2017

UPDATED *** Rooftop Bar @ The Partridge Inn (2110 Walton Way)

Cocktails & Open Bar 7:30-8:30p | Show starts at 8:30p

Tickets $30 advance, $40 day of show | 

Questions: +1 (762) 233-5299, info [at] gardencityjazz.com

 

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GARDEN CITY JAZZ is the Augusta River Region’s #1 Resource for Jazz Events & Education.

We are artists and arts supporters who appreciate jazz music of all forms. It is our goal to CONNECT: PROMOTE: DEVELOP. To connect players to new audiences. To promote great performances. To develop meaningful programs.

Garden City Jazz presents several programs annually in the Greater Augusta Area, providing performance opportunities for area jazz musicians and music students, while promoting awareness of the historical and cultural significance of jazz music.

 

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Venue change for Music Festival and White Dinner – Augusta event.

NEWS ALERT – September 3, 2016

Music Festival and White Dinner – Augusta event has been moved to Jessye Norman School of the Arts.

AUGUSTA, GA – Due to ground conditions at the Augusta Common resulting from tropical storm Hermine, the Labor Day Weekend Music Festival and White Dinner Augusta event, scheduled for September 4, 2016, has been moved indoors to the Jessye Norman School of the Arts (739 Greene Street).

The featured artists, Sounds of 824 and London Arrington will perform in the Ellis & Ann N. Johnson Gallery. The White Dinner component is sold out, and a handful of tickets remain for the Music Festival. Because of space constraints, seating priority will be given to existing ticketholders.

Garden City Jazz presents several programs annually in the Greater Augusta Area, providing performance opportunities for area jazz musicians and music students, while promoting awareness of the historical and cultural significance of jazz music.  A portion of proceeds will be donated to the James Brown Academy of Musik Pupils and the Wycliffe Gordon Scholarship at Augusta University.

KarenGordon, GardenCityJazz