Jazz on the Lawn 2014
Sundays in August, 5-7pm
Stewart Street Park
Free admission, parking & bike valet

Santa Monica Cultural Affairs presents the 9th annual Jazz on the Lawn summer concert series. Bring a picnic, blanket, beach chair, and family and friends of all ages for a sampling of jazz each Sunday in August - and this year that means 5 concerts! 

In addition to dessert trucks, for the first time Jazz on the Lawn will also have rotating food trucks at each concert to serve hungry picnickers. 

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August 3 - Critical Brass

Critical Brass began playing nightclubs, funeral parades, and Mardi Gras parties in California 12 years ago with a deeply liquid foundation in the New Orleans Second Line tradition. The band showcases a unique dance-crazy blend of dixieland jazz, gospel funk and roll, Afro-latin grooves, and raw neo-soul hip-hop freestyles.

 

 

Food trucks: Dogtown Dogs & Sweet Lucie’s Organic Ice Cream

 Critical Brass


 

August 10 - Adaawe

A group of seven scintillating women performing an international fusion of African music, R&B/pop vocals, jazz-funk, Latin and reggae steeped in Gospel harmonies. Adaawe’s musical kaleidoscope offers a high-octane sensation of pure joy.


Food trucks: The Lobos Truck & A ROCKin ICE Hawaiian Shave Ice

 Adaawe

 


   

8/17 Tom Nolan Band

The Tom Nolan Band has been playing together for over twenty years and is an institution on the southern California music scene. The band plays a mix of classic soul, blues, jazz, and their own original tunes.


Food trucks:
Yalla Truck & Paradise Cookies and Ice Cream

Tom Nolan Band


 8/24 Cats with Class

Cats with Class is a band of talented musicians with wildly divergent cultural roots that fuses together jazz, rock and swing. The band features their unique original material along with a few smokin’ traditional cover tunes sprinkled in. 

 

Food trucks: Dogtown Dogs & Sweet Lucie’s Organic Ice Cream

 

  Cats with Class


8/31 Orquesta Charangoa

Orquesta Charangoa plays traditional Cuban dance rhythms (such as chachacha, son, mambo, merengue & Danzon) and  features flute, violins, three part vocal harmonies,and Cuban percussion. 

 

Food trucks:The Lobos Truck & A ROCKin ICE Hawaiian Shave Ice

 

 Orquesta Charangoa

 

 


 

Parking & Public Transportation

Stewart Street Park is located at 1836 Stewart Street. Stewart Street Park amenities include a children's playground, restrooms and nearby parking.

Free Parking is available after 3:30pm in the Agensys parking lot located north of the park at 1800 Stewart Street.

Accessible Parking is available in the Stewart Street Park lot located at 1836 Stewart Street.

Free Bike Valet is available in the Stewart Street Park lot located at 1836 Stewart Street.

Big Blue Bus Line 5 stops on Olympic Blvd. at Stewart St. and runs every 30 minutes on Sundays.


  

 

Last updated: 8/1/2014
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