Neighborhood Concert Series

Photo by Janet Parrish

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WELCOME BACK. As we open our doors to in-person live events, the safety of our staff, patrons and artists is of utmost importance, and we have implemented a number of policies to keep everyone safe.

We thank you for your patience and support as we proceed with caution, care and love.

MASKS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED FOR ALL STAFF, VOLUNTEERS AND PATRONS.

• Audience members may bring water bottles and drink while in their seats. But should wear a mask at all times.

• Ticket holders who do not come wearing a mask – one will be provided for you.

ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.  By purchasing a ticket and entering a Jazz Bridge Neighborhood Concert venue, you and any guests acknowledge that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 still exists in any public place where people are present and voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. 

You also agree not to hold Jazz Bridge or any of their directors, officers, employees, contractors, or volunteers liable for any COVID-related illness or injury.

Here is our 2022/2023 Schedule. We hope to see you there.

Jazz Bridge New Season of Neighborhood Concerts 2022/2023

Each year, we present a stellar and diverse line-up of over 100 Jazz and Blues musicians, presenting mostly original work, at family-friendly ticket prices. Tickets: $15 at the door, $5.00 for students with I.D. and FREE for kids 12 and under.

Season Passes are now available and can be purchased online or at the venue for $120. This special discount affords the pass holder the opportunity to see all 12 shows at a rate of $10 each instead of $15 and you get to bring one guest.

The Neighborhood Concert series, hosted by local Jazz musicians and aficionados, will showcase local Jazz musicians in 12 performances in two venues and run from October through December returning March through May this year. Concerts take place from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm, on first Wednesdays in Cheltenham, PA and on first Thursdays in Collingswood, NJ. Each concert includes a unique opportunity for the audience to interact with the performers through a Q&A period to.

The Neighborhood Concerts are currently supported by grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts/Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance and PNC Arts Alive (the presenting sponsor of the Roxborough series for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons).

Concert Sponsors

Check out our Instagram and You Tube sites to watch some of our concerts. Here is bassist Nicholas Krolak with Behn Gillece on vibraphone, Jon Katz on saxophone and Claudio DePujeda on drums performing one of Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr. Summer Concerts in the Park 2022.

Vocalist Kaylé Brecher and her trio at Cheltenham Arts Center

Jazz Bridge also produces some limited series jazz performances.  With support from the City of Philadelphia and the Friends of Hawthorne Park, we present outdoor concerts in City parks during the summer months. The City also funds us to curate performances held in local Free Library branches and senior centers during the fall and winter months as well as April (Jazz Appreciation Month).


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