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Bring family and friends of all ages! The 10th annual Jazz on the Lawn summer concert series returns Sundays in August from 5-7pm in Stewart Street Park. Come dance, relax, and enjoy lively music in the park. Bring a picnic basket or grab something to eat from one of the food trucks.  

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Location: Stewart Street Park is located at 1836 Stewart Street. Park amenities include a
children's playground, restrooms and some accessible parking.

Bike Valet: Free bike valet available in the Stewart Street parking lot, 1836 Stewart Street.

Bus: Ride Big Blue Bus Route 5 to any concert. Board and/or exit at Westbound or Eastbound
Olympic and Stewart. Only $1 each way. Visit bigbluebus.com to plan your trip.

Parking: Free Parking is available after 3:30pm in in the Agensys lot, 1800 Stewart Street.  

Accessibility: A section of parking spots will be reserved for accessible parking in Stewart Street Park's lot. Vehicles must have a government-issued accessible parking license plate, placard, hangtag or sticker. The entrance to the Park's parking lot will serve as a drop-off location. A parking attendant will be staffing the lot.

The park and restrooms are wheelchair accessible.
If you are using a wheeled mobility device, the walking or bike paths can be used to traverse the park. To view the concert, travel over grass will be required. The grass can be uneven.

For assistance with accessibility accommodations, contact the Cultural Affairs Division at least one week prior to the event at 310-458-8350; TTY 310-458-8696; or smarts@smgov.net.
 

Music Lineup 


August 2nd Nate Birkey Quintet 5-7pm

Nate Birkey

Whether performing his own compositions, jazz classics, hymns, spirituals, country or pop tunes, Birkey holds his quintet together with thoughtful arrangements that instill a sense of wonder as to what's coming next.

A fluid improviser and vocalist of understated grace, Birkey has an engaging way with a song. His sound is poised and assured, powerfully stark and spare - it creates an atmosphere at once solitary and electric. 

Food trucks: The Grilled Cheese Truck, Dogtown Dogs & Chunk-N-Chip


August 9th Estaire Godinez 5-7pm

 Estaire Godinez

A smoldering vocalist and ace percussionist, Estaire performs a fusion of jazz, pop and Brazilian with charisma and easily moves between swing and Samba, backbeats and Boss Nova. From stints with Prince and Coke Escovedo ,to the Brothers Johnson and George Benson, she has proven herself a stylistic chameleon capable of wearing a variety of musical hats.

 

 

Food trucks: The Grilled Cheese Truck, Hungry Nomad & The Pudding Truck


 August 16th Louie Cruz Beltran 5-7pm
Louie Cruz Beltran


Blending Afro Cuban rhythms with jazz, Latin jazz, pop and R&B influences, Louie Cruz Beltran is an entertainer at heart who is also a superbly skilled conguero, timbalero and vocalist.

 

 

Food trucks: Slammin’ Sliders, Mangia Italian Ristorante on Wheels & Sweet E’s Bakeshop

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 August 23rd California Feetwarmers 5-7pm

California Feetwarmers

This large and eclectic group plays music from the 1920s and carries on the tradition of Sidney Bechet and his New Orleans Feetwarmers and Duke Ellington and his Harlem Footwarmers.

 

 

Food trucks: Crispy CubanThe Lobos Truck & The Pudding Truck


August 30th Brasil Brazil 5-7pm

Brasil Brazil II

Featuring  Brazilian singers, Ana Gazzola and Sonia Santos, Brasil Brazil delivers the fervor, enthusiasm and excitement of popular Brazilian music with a variety of styles, rhythms and faces of this colorful and tropical culture. With a variety of unique, authentic percussion instruments, the music has the joyful feel of Carnaval. The  music, tinged with jazz and spiced with Latin and African drumming, creates a high energy performance.

Food trucks: Slammin' Sliders, CA Taco Bear & King Kone 


Grilled Cheese Truck Dogtown Dogs logo ChunkNChip logo Hungry Nomad
The Pudding Truck logo Mangia Sweet E's logo CA Taco Bear
Slammin Sliders logo Crispy Cuban
Lobos Truck    king kone


 

 

  

 

Last updated: 8/28/2015
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