Jazz is back in Mammoth Lakes this weekend

Press release

Cajun Night by the Creek on Sunday, July 10th a special fundraising jazz event for the Southern Mono Historical Society featuring Tom Rigney & Flambeau!
Tom Rigney

Tom Rigney

Tom Rigney has historically been the most well-attended performance at the Mammoth Lakes JazzJubilee, and we are all so excited they will be returning to Mammoth to perform.
Tom is known around the world as one of the best violin artists in jazz, blues, Cajun and groove and the members of his band individually have so much talent in their own rights, this is a performance not to be missed.  Tom Rigney and Flambeau have been featured on PBS and performed on cruises around the world.
This event will be an outdoor live concert under the stars in the most beautiful historic site in MammothLakes, The Hayden Cabin.  MUSIC ONLY TICKETS will be available at the door starting at 6:00 PM for $40 donation per person.  Dinner tickets are sold out.  Dance floor and Cocktail/Beer cash bar available.
Mammoth Jazz Fest at The Village on Friday and Saturday, July 8th and July 9th, and MammothMuseum at the Hayden Cabin on July 10th have joined together this year giving jazz enthusiasts a full weekend of wonderful music and a whole lot of fun!
Friday night at The Village will be a Wine Walk for $35 with Scott Martin’s Latin Soul Band performing a tribute to our own Joe Sample, the famous jazz pianist who lived and played his music in our wonderful town.  Saturday at the Village will be several free jazz performances featuring Mel Collins and others playing  Modern Jazz, Smooth Jazz and New Era.  Cocktail/Beer cash bar and food vendors will be available both nights.
Tom Rigney & Flambeau, Scott Martin’s Latin Soul Band and Mel Collins have been some of the most anticipated and well-attended performances at the Mammoth Lakes Jazz Jubilee, and we are all so excited they all will be returning to Mammoth to perform.
Visit www.mammothjazzweekend.org for more information or call (760) 934-6299.

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