Grab your chair and head down the street to Merchant Square.
Enjoy a different music ensemble every week as you sit under the stars.
From Jazz to classical to the Air Force Band, there is something for everyone.
Include this in your Williamsburg getaway! You won’t be sorry.
2017 Summer Breeze Season
July 5 | 504 Supreme
504 Supreme is a high energy ensemble whose sole purpose is to entertain. The band’s unique style of entertainment is a blend of influences, ranging from the authentic styles of Louis Armstrong to the “King of the Swingers,” the great Louis Prima.
July 12 | Bobby Blackhat Band
Bobby Blackhat brings together the finest blues musicians in Hampton Roads to perform classic, modern, as well as original blues tunes that will keep your toes tappin and your hips shakin all night long.
July 19 | Dharma Bombs
Founded in the heart of the Commonwealth, Dharma Bombs spreads Appalachian music with a side of Dixieland.
July 26 | Good Shot Judy
Virginia-based quartet Good Shot Judy specializes in classic vocal jazz entertainment. Bringing the swing to Merchants Square!
August 2 | Trutone Honeys
Bringing the sounds of the 1940’s to the Merchants Square stage, this jazz trio is sure to delight!
August 9 | The Michael Clark Band
The Michael Clark Band incorporates many different musical styles into their
show. Their powerful vocals and tight musical arrangements are the trademarks
of each performance.
August 16 | United States Air Force Heritage of America Concert Band
The finest musicians in the United States Air Force.
August 23 | United States Air Force Rhythm in Blue Jazz Ensemble
The Rhythm in Blue Jazz Ensemble tells the story of patriotism through jazz tunes and stories.
August 30 | United States Air Force Heritage Brass Ensemble
Comprised of ten brass players, a percussionist, and vocalist, the Heritage Brass Ensemble presents a diverse repertoire featuring orchestral transcriptions, patriotic favorites, jazz standards, new compositions and distinctive arrangements.
Visit Merchants Square’s website for latest info on these concerts
All concerts are free, and concertgoers are advised to bring a lawn chair.