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Georgia State University’s notable Jazz Ensemble Band, directed by Dr. Gordon Vernick, will debut with a delightful evening dedicated to authentic Jazz, with a Georgia Twist. Hear them perform while you enjoy a ‘Chastain Style’ picnic and sip adult libations.
Jazz blends many southern cultural ideals and music genres. With jazz roots based in the Deep South you’ll hear ragtime to blues, blended with rhythms that will keep your toes tapping and primed to dance. Hear Lisa Chauntel their featured vocalist, who will sing song selections that reveal why Georgia is such a great state for music. Tickets are $22.50 for first come, first served table seating at the pavilion and $17.50 for lawn seating.
Reserve your seats now for this evening of inspiration, musical excitement and rhythm and blues performed by Georgia’s future musical stars…
Some notable GSU Jazz Band Alumni include such notable performers as:
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General Information for all shows: Bring your own picnic and dine during the show at a table (decorated by you). For lawn seating, bring your own low lawn chair or blanket.
*These monthly concerts will take place on the second Sunday at the Chattahoochee Nature Center located at 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell, GA. Each show starts at 7:30 pm and you can arrive at 6:30 pm to enjoy the nature center and gardens prior to the concert. *Adult beverages are available for purchase at each event, but remember, BYOB is prohibited. Invite your friends to enjoy concerts close to home at the beautiful Ben Brady Lakeside Pavilion where live music will fill the stage for Sunday night fun!
The Chattahoochee Nature Center – is a private non-profit that serves the community daily. Our mission is to connect people to nature. Explore our LEED certified Discovery Center with the Southeast’s only nature exchange. Hike our river boardwalk and accessible woodland trails that feature over 30 species of native wildlife within 127 acres along the Chattahoochee River. Educational programs for children focus on the ecosystem of the Chattahoochee Watershed and help to expand the awareness of the natural world.