The four-day Winter Blues Jazz Fest is back! Beginning on January 14 for 4 days, over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, primarily in the Merchant’s Square area of downtown Williamsburg. Venues include the Williamsburg Winery, Muscarelle Museum of Art, the Williamsburg Lodge, the Williamsburg Art Gallery, and many of Williamsburg’s best local restaurants. This event will provide an enriching and entertaining weekend full of jazz programs.
Beginning on Thursday, January 14, the Williamsburg Winery will set the scene for the festival opening celebration, featuring Good Shot Judy and their Little Big Band.
Friday will deliver Jazz Jam, featuring 2 unique jazz bands that will individually perform, then come together for an exciting “jam session” with some of the area’s best musicians joining in. Across the street at the new Williamsburg Art Gallery there will be a swanky, late-night jazz club experience.
Saturday’s event lineup will be simply unforgettable. Start off at the DoG Street Pub Firkin Fest, featuring live blues music on two stages and a fine collection of cask ale.
Alternatively, wine lovers can hit the “Art of Jazz” event, which will turn the famed Muscarelle Museum into a jumpin’ jazz joint. Then head over to the Williamsburg Lodge for Mixology & Music, featuring a mixology cocktail sampling and a high-energy, live music performance by festival headliners, Davina & the Vagabonds.
Finally, cap off this stellar weekend with a Jazz Brunch, followed by a free community concert.
Don’t forget to book your room for the weekend at A Williamsburg White House.
For More information, click here!