(Boca Raton, FL) – Come visit Florida for the January 27, 2018 Florida Jazz and Blues Jam. January is the best time of the year to visit Florida! Plus, check out this incredible artist line up!
The Florida Jazz and Blues, held Saturday January 27, 2018, features the legendary Dr. John, a six-time GRAMMY® award-winning musician and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, the exclusive Florida appearance of The Devon Allman Project with special guests Duane Betts and former Gregg Allman and Allman Brothers keyboardist Peter Levin, the legendary Walter Trout, with his new album at the top of the Billboard charts, Louisiana bluesman Kenny Neal and venerable blues legend, Marcia Ball.
The event will be held at the Sunset Cove Amphitheater at the West end of Glades Road (20405 Amphitheater Circle, Boca Raton FL 33498). Gates open at 2:00 PM and the live music goes until 11 PM.
If you purchase today, tickets are incredibly affordable at $65 plus tax and minimal Eventbrite/Paypal processing fees. That is only $13 per band! Tickets are general admission and are on sale now here. Order tickets and/or poster here.
Give the gift of live music! Florida Jazz and Blues Jam tickets make an excellent holiday gift. And it could not be easier because tickets are emailed directly to you so you can print them out and place the tickets in a holiday card.
Order an official poster and we will ship it to you!! The 24″ x 36″ poster in printed on 100lb gloss book with AQ, High quality for $21.90 (includes shipping tube, shipping and 7% sales tax). If you purchase tickets online, when you checkout, click the add-on option for the poster purchase. If you cannot make it to the show, you will see the poster option as a separate ticket, click only on the poster link and follow instructions. Make sure to include shipping address. Order tickets and/or poster here.
The Devon Allman Project received stellar reviews from the recent show at the classic Fillmore West. This is the first and, so far only, East Coast show on the books for The Devon Allman Project and special guests. This in itself is worth the price of admission!