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DC Jazz Loft

One of the last chances to experience the loft at Union Arts … blink and it’ll be gone

 
DC Jazz Loft Series

Thanks to everyone who came out to the…
6TH ANNUAL CAPITALBOP DC JAZZ LOFT SERIES
AT THE DC JAZZ FESTIVAL: JUNE 11, 17, 18

We’re building a pop-up club and speakeasy, just around the corner from Yards Park. Mensa Kondo’s art will be on the walls and the freshest sounds in jazz skimming through the air.
 
SATURDAY, JUNE 11 Marquis Hill Blacktet + Makaya McCraven’s in the Moment + Carolyn Malachi / night 1 was a blast // click to see photos
FRIDAY, JUNE 17 Michele Rosewoman’s New Yor-uba + Amadou Kouyate / tix
SATURDAY, JUNE 18 Orrin Evans’ Capt. Black Big Band + Washington Renaissance Orch. Octet / tix
 
Friday and Saturday nights: DJ Diaspora will be spinning before, between and after the live sets; the party won’t stop till 1 a.m.!
 
INDIVIDUAL tickets to all above shows $20 in advance, $25 at the door
VIP tickets for $50 get reserved seating, free drinks and a chance to meet the artists
 
FULL PASS just $45 gets you into all shows / $150 for VIP seating & free drinks / tix

CB EDUCATION & OUTREACH EVENTS

June 11: Makaya McCraven drum master class at 7drumlessons (U St.), 2 p.m. / tix $10
June 17: Michele Rosewoman drum & keyboard master class at Bloombars (Columbia Hts.), 4 p.m. / free admission
June 18: Orrin Evans DC JazzFest meet-the-artist session at Yards Park (Riverfront), 4 p.m. / free to attendees of the DCJF’s Yards concert

 

DC Jazz Loft Series 2016

 

A SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL THOSE MAKING THIS SERIES POSSIBLE

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…and all our generous individual donors

 

DC Jazz Loft Series at the DC Jazz Festival

Thanks to every single person who came out and helped us make the warehouse home for three amazing nights. It was a fabulous fifth annual DC Jazz Loft Series at the DC Jazz Festival!
The Washington Post noted that “an impressive number of people” came out for Thundercat’s “blissfully weird” performance; DCist went so far as to say that show was “one of the best of any DC Jazz Festival, perhaps second only to Bobby McFerrin’s show at the Warner Theater in 2011!”

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