Our newest Event Organizer, Marcus will be taking the lead on hosting this Friday's Jazz Picnic event! Thank you Marcus!
Each Week our group gets bigger! We had a huge group attend the events and we wined & dined under the stars with perfect weather on the lawn!
COME JOIN US, It's Free!!! Bring a bottle of your favorite wine. Some great food to share and wine and dine under the stars in the beautiful environment of LACMA. Listen to some Jazz. or check out the Museum. It's an evening of Art/Food/Wine/Jazz.
Bring something to share, either some wine/champagne or some finger eats such as charcuterie, salumi, cheeses, fresh produce such as grapes, dried fruits such as dates or nuts, olives, bread, foods that are easy to eat without utensils... Home made dishes are especially appreciated... pasta salads, lasagna, ethnic cuisines... you are only limited by your imagination! But please leave the chips and 2 buck chuck at home. You're a foodie for goodness sake!
Bring a blanket/beach towel to sit on.
Friday's party on blankets!
The Jazz starts at 6PM come anytime you can. Darrell and/or Todd'll be there at 5:30 to snag us a spot on the grass, so pop in anytime after work.
Free admission to the museum from 3-8pm, so if you have some time, come early to tour the museum before the concert.
What better event to unwind than a free jazz concert, bring some food and wine to share and relax now that the weekend is just beginning. Time for a bit of wining and dining with your fellow LA Foodies!
Look For Marcus and the Regulars near the elevators. If the bar is setup again, the bartender might know where we are...
BP Grand Entrance | Free, no reservations
PARKING: Self-park: Parking is located at the Pritzker Parking Garage on Sixth St, just east of Fairfax Ave, and on the corner of Wilshire Blvd at Spaulding Ave.
Click Here to check the Upcoming Music Events on the LACMA Jazz Calendar
LACMA, BP Grand Entrance
Grace Kelly Quintet Friday, June 6, 2014 | 6 pm
Saxophonist, composer, and vocalist Grace Kelly has attracted audiences with her proficiency, creativity, and growth. At only 21 years old, Kelly has already shared the stage with legendary artists such as Wynton Marsalis, Phil Woods, and Harry Connick, Jr. in concerts around the world. In 2013, DownBeat Critics Poll named her one of the "alto saxophone rising stars," the youngest artist ever named in the poll.
Ernie Watts Quartet
Friday, June 13, 2014 | 6 pm
Nick Mancini Collective
Friday, June 20, 2014 | 6 pm