NYC Jazz Tours

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    Bloody Sunday Village Jazz Brunch Crawl

    Bloody Sunday Village Jazz Brunch Crawl NYC Jazz Tours Combine four of New Yorkers’ favorite things: the Village, brunch, booze, and jazz! Hear traditional jazz in a French Brasserie, then some swing or bebop in a former car garage, and more! Savor a delicious brunch with drinks along the way Enjoy your Sunday afternoon to the fullest with a classic adventure you’ll want to make a routine You’ll be livin’ it up like a real New Yorker on this Sunday afternoon adventure! On this tour, you’ll venture to the Village for some hearty brunch, booze, and jazz! You’ll hear traditional style jazz in a French Brasserie, then some swing or bebop in a former car garage turned restaurant and jazz club. Finally, you’ll listen to a vocalist in a hidden back room right off of Washington Square Park! Get ready to feed your appetite for jazz and excellent cuisine at a jazz brunch afterwards! Doesn’t that sound lovely?
    Bloody Sunday Village Jazz Brunch Crawl

    Ave of the Americas & W 13th St, New York

    • Combine four of New Yorkers’ favorite things: the Village, brunch, booze, and jazz!
    • Hear traditional jazz in a French Brasserie, then some swing or bebop in a former car garage, and more!
    • Savor a delicious brunch with drinks along the way
    • Enjoy your Sunday afternoon to the fullest with a classic adventure you’ll want to make a routine
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    Drag Show Tour

    Get ready for a night of sheer fabulousness! You’ll start your all-encompassing adventure by visiting the birthplace of the gay rights movement, the Stonewall Inn, and learning its fascinating history. See a drag show by one of NYC’s best performers at this one-of-a-kind venue! Afterwards, you’ll migrate to Hell’s Kitchen at your own expense and discover a professionally trained opera singing drag queen who was featured on America’s Got Talent! And this is all just a sneak preview! P.S. Yes, you’ll have the chance to dance the night away at the end of your tour.
    Drag Show Tour

    385 6th Avenue, New York

    • Visit the birthplace of the gay rights movement, the Stonewall Inn, and learn about its fascinating history
    • See a drag show by one of NYC’s best performers
    • Discover a professionally trained opera singing drag queen who was featured on America’s Got Talent
    • Catch the end of a drag variety show where you can stick around and dance the night away
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    Vintage Music Night Tour

    This is the time to put on your vintage clothes and step into the limelight with your killer dance moves. Everyone here is encouraging to waltz, swing, or jitterbug the night away! You’ll visit a minimum of three venues where old jazz is always fresh and exciting! You’ll also watch the most authentic big band in the land, featured by Martin Scorsese in his works “The Aviator” and “Boardwalk Empire”. If they’re good enough for Marty... Later on, you’ll take a walk down Swing Street, which featured the most popular jazz musicians in history! Towards the end of your tour, you’ll take advantage of a spacious dance floor and a band that knows the best big band hits! And if you need a break from cutting a rug, you can always pause for dinner! And this is all just a fabulous sneak preview!
    Vintage Music Night Tour

    1776 Broadway, New York

    • Embark on a journey back in time to the early 20th century when Big Bands, Swing Music, and Dixieland Jazz reigned supreme
    • Show off your killer swing dance, jitterbug, or waltz moves on the dancefloor while listening to your favorite old tunes
    • Take a walk down what was the most important jazz street in the world
    • Conclude your night with delicious cocktails that reflect the jazz era
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    West Side Jazz Tour

    Wednesday got you feeling Kind of Blue? Need a pick-me up, In a (non) Silent Way? Want some entertainment that’s Miles Ahead of the rest? Get Up With this awesome jazz tour! The possibilities are truly endless on this spontaneous excursion. You may visit a prohibition-era speakeasy dive bar, another bar that was the start of the gay liberation movement, a sing-along piano bar where Thomas Payne used to live, the oldest continually operating jazz club in NYC, or a combination of other exciting locations! You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy dinner accompanied by live music at a unique venue. To be specific, a renovated car garage that features oversized industrial art. Now that’s something you’ve never done before. Conclude your adventure at a jazz musician’s loft -- a once-in-a-lifetime experience where the proprietor himself lives. Want a hint? He’s a renowned jazz guitarists who has gigged with Sonny Rollins, Roy Hargrove, Hank Jones, and countless others! And this is all just a sneak preview!
    West Side Jazz Tour

    385 6th Avenue, New York

    • Tour West Side’s hottest and most historic spots on a happy hump-day with your trusty tour guide, Ari
    • Visit a prohibition-era speakeasy dive bar, the piano bar where Barbara Streisand got her start, or other equally enthralling spots
    • Purchase a delicious dinner accompanied by live music in a renovated car garage
    • Refuel for the second half of your week with a jazz adventure
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    Soulful Sunday Harlem Jazz Night Tour

    You’ve surely never seen Harlem like this before. That is, unless you’re a true Harlemite and jazzbo yourself. On this tour, you’ll get an authentic soulful Sunday night to refresh yourself for the week to come. You’ll start at the Apollo Theatre and get in some people-watching down the infamous 125th street. Afterwards, you’ll visit a members-only underground club in a Harlem Brownstone where you’ll mingle with old school Harlemites. Later, you’ll enjoy a jam session lead by a legendary jazz organist -- the “Ambassador to Harlem” -- who’s played alongside Lou Donaldson and George Benson! And of course you couldn’t skip out on the delicious food this quirky neighborhood has to offer. You’ll get the best of the best at Ms Marie’s. Savor mouthwatering meatloaf, fried chicken, oxtail, fish, and vegetarian fare as well to satisfy your stomach! Don’t miss her world-famous drunken rum cake! To conclude your tour, you’ll visit a real Harlem juke joint where you can throw back a few drinks. And this is all just a sneak preview!
    Soulful Sunday Harlem Jazz Night Tour

    1776 Broadway, New York

    • Embark on a soulful Sunday night -- Harlem-style
    • Visit an underground, exclusive club in a Harlem Brownstone, enjoy a jam session lead by a legendary jazz organist known as the “Ambassador of Harlem,” and more
    • Savory soul foods such as meatloaf, fried chicken, and the world-famous drunken rum cake at Ms Marie
    • Bring in the new week by singing along to your favorite old school tunes
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    Singers Spotlight Village Jazz Tour

    If you were looking for the best of the best jazz vocalists, chances are you’d start your search in the West Village! You’ll visit three different venues where you’ll hear an array of amazing jazz singers -- a collection of rising stars and certifiable legends! On your way to the first venue, you’ll walk through the famous Washington Square Arch and learn about its rich history. Later, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the most intimate jazz club in the Village (it only seats 20!) where’ll enjoy hot music while sipping on a glass of wine.and eating delicious NYC pizza or desserts. You’ll pass the original location of Cafe Society, where Billie Holiday first sang “Strange Fruit” -- literally one of the most significant moments in the history of popular music. Not to mention you’ll glimpse Stonewall Bar, birthplace of the gay rights movement and where countless entertainers got their first breaks, including Barbara Streisand. And this is all just a sneak preview, if you can believe it!
    Singers Spotlight Village Jazz Tour

    385 6th Avenue, New York

    • Hear the best of the best jazz vocalists in the Greenwich Village area
    • Walk through the famous Washington Square Arch and learn about its rich history
    • Visit the most intimate jazz club in the Village, where you’ll sip a glass of wine and refuel with delicious pizza and desserts
    • Embark on an adventure filled with jazz melodies and fascinating histories
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