Jazz Night: Kim Nalley

Thursday, September 26, 2019
6:30 PM

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Bay Area legend and international performer Kim Nalley “has pipes to burn and works the stage like she means it (San Francisco Chronicle). She and her band heat up this summer’s concert series with a performance evoking the legendary divas of American jazz.

Sacramento’s longest-running summer jazz series is tuning up and turning out in 2019 with premier performances on fourth Thursdays, June through September in the Crocker’s outdoor courtyard. Along with the concert, attendees can enjoy all the Museum has to offer, including special exhibitions, gallery talks, the Museum Store, and dinner and drinks at the Crocker Cafe by Supper Club. Please, no outside food or beverages (excluding water). This summer’s prelude music will be provided by the Beth Duncan Quartet on the Café Stage from 5:30 to 6:15 PM. For the best seat in the house, bring your own chair. There is limited seating provided, standing room to mingle, and plenty of space to dance.

Start your Jazz Night on the right note: Add parking to your to your concert tickets for just $7 per car! Click the REGISTER ONLINE button and after selecting your tickets, check the PARKING PASS box to add to your transaction. Proof of purchase will be emailed as part of your receipt; entrance to the parking lot will require proof of purchase. Prepaid parking will be available at 1801 3rd St, beginning at 4:30 PM.

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$10 MEMBERS
$20 NONMEMBERS

Purchase tickets by clicking the REGISTER button, visiting the Museum Admission Desk, or by calling (916) 808-1184.

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Jazz Night: Kim Nalley

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