Host a concert in your yard! Sign up to for an outdoor concert for yourself and your
friends and neighbors or as a gift. Select a date from below & email us at info@JKproductions.org.
Four concerts a day Contact to host one of them
Sat May 15 Paul Carr Quartet (saxophone) Sold Out
Sat May 22 Tedd Baker Quartet (saxophone) Limited availability
Sun May 23 Janelle Gill Trio (piano) Sold Out
Sat May 29 Marshall Keys Quartet (saxophone) Sold Out
Sun May 30 tba
Sat June 5 Shawn Purcell Quartet (guitar) Limited availability
Sun June 6 Lafayette Gilchrist Trio (piano) Limited availability
Sat June 12 Lenny Robinson Quartet (drums) Limited availability
Sun June 13 Elijah Jamal Balbed Quartet (saxophone) Sold Out
Sat June 19 Chris Barrick Quartet (vibraphone) Hosting slots available
Sun June 20 (Father's Day) Lionel Lyles Quartet (saxophone) Hosting slots available
Sun June 20 (Father's Day) Ruthie & the Wranglers (country/Americana) Hosting slots available
Sat June 26 tba
Sun June 27 Paul Carr Quartet (saxophone) Hosting slots available
Sat July 3 tba
Sun July 4 (Independence Day) tba
Sat July 10 Herb Scott Quartet (saxophone) Hosting slots available
Sun July 11 tba
When the pandemic hit, we had to cancel all indoor concerts. So we began offering live jazz concerts in people's yards. That provided some much needed income for the musicians and brought joy to people who had been deprived of live music. As the pandemic wanes, we are continuing these YardWork Concerts because people just enjoy having friends and neighbors over to experience a great concert at home. Many people like giving a concert in the yard as a gift for their spouse or other family member too. Basically, we send bands on local "tours" that stop in your yard, play a concert, and then move on to the next house. That makes it more affordable for you and it provides much-needed income for working musicians who have had to forego live performances during the pandemic.
We follow CDC and local government safety guidelines regarding capacity, social distancing and masks. 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 artist or concert date, and tell us 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.