Don’t miss out on the jazz scene with these Cincinnati jazz venues and concerts!
Cincinnati Jazz Venues – Since the 1900s, jazz music has had a very influential impact on Cincinnati. In the 1920’s, Gennett Studios attracted big name musicians like Louis Armstrong to record, and African American jazz bands such as Zack Whyte’s Chocolate Beau Brummels originated right here in Cincinnati. Jazz became a crucial part of the Cincinnati club scene in the 1950s and has maintained popularity through time. New Cincinnati jazz venues opening like Caffe Vivace. Be sure to check it out.
Jazz music is among America’s greatest cultural achievements and exports to the world community, and it unites people across the divides of race, region and national boundaries. Cincinnati is the proud home to a plethora of jazz venues and concerts, of which we have listed below. Frequent these venues as much as you’d like, and be sure to add these concerts to your calendar.
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Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
Admission: $37.50 – $62.50
Artist: Wynton Marsalis
Artist: Kamasi Washington
“Just Friends” with Kathy Wade and Friends
Artist: Khalid Moss Quartet with Mike Wade
Dee Felice Café
Every Thursday – Sunday
Check listings for times
Artist: Phil DeGreg Trio, The Lee Stolar Trio, The John Von Ohlen Trio and other guests.
Local Jazz Venues:
Dee Felice Café
529 Main Street
Covington, KY 41011
1136 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
2442 Gilbert Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Of course, there is more than one way to stay on top of Cincinnati jazz. You can follow the Cincinnati Jazz Community on Facebook, Look up jazz events near you with All About Jazz, or visit Women of Jazz, Blues and R&B Singers of Cincinnati to find out about new artist emerging.
If there are any upcoming Cincinnati jazz events we have missed, please contact us at The Voice of Black Cincinnati.
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