Host a concert in your yard!
Sat Apr 3 Elijah Jamal Balbed (saxophone)
Sun Apr 4 Lionel Lyles (saxophone)
Sat Apr 10 Lionel Lyles (saxophone) Low ticket warning
Sat Apr 17 Marshall Keys (saxophone) Sold Out
Sat Apr 24 Todd Marcus (bass clarinet) Sold Out
Sat May 1 Shawn Purcell (guitar) Sold Out
Sun May 2 Lenny Robinson (drums) Contact to host a concert this day
Sat May 15 Paul Carr (saxophone) Low ticket warning
Sat May 29 Marshall Keys (saxophone) Contact to host a concert this day
Sun June 6 Lafayette Gilchrist (piano) Contact to host a concert this day
Due to the pandemic, we've had to cancel all indoor concerts. But we're offering live jazz concerts in your yard! Soon we'll be adding blues and other musical forms. If you've been thirsting to see live music again, this may be the way for you. We send bands on local "tours" that stop in your yard, play a set, and then move on to the next house. It's affordable for you and it provides much-needed income for working musicians who have had to forego live
performances during the pandemic.
We follow and even exceed government safety guidelines. Holding the concerts outside is obviously the only way to go.
We also require everyone, including the musicians, to wear masks and practice 6-foot social distancing. We also keep the number of guests low and make sure food and drink are consumed far from the band and other guests. We're very strict about
this. Hopefully we'll be able to lift these
restrictions in the not too distant future!
Hosting a YardWork Concert is easy. Just tell us your preferred concert listed above
and your neighborhood in the DC area.
Email that information to us at and we'll get right back to you to fill in the details about how the concerts work and hopefully work out a concert for you.
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