Is It Any Good?

It always feels like Summer in Los Angeles, but to me Summer can only begin when the LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) starts off it’s Friday night Jazz Concert Series. And that series starts April 18th.

From the LACMA Jazz Page:

Jazz at LACMA features the art of jazz as practiced by leading Southern California artists. Celebrating over twenty years at LACMA, the program continues to be one of the museum’s most recognizable offerings. Jazz at LACMA is a celebration of L.A.’s finest jazz musicians and has featured such legends as Wayne Shorter, John Clayton, Kenny Burrell, Les McCann, Billy Childs, Arturo Sandoval, Cannonball-Coltrane Project, and Ernie Watts. Over 42,000 visitors attend the program annually from April through November.

Count me among the Friday night Jazz Concert Series’ unabashed fans. I will be there every night I can.

Starting April 18th at 6pm, the Museum will be filled with the sounds of Jazz, both modern and classic. One concert a Friday on up till November (at least that’s when the last one was last year).

Is It Any Good will be publishing the reminders the day before (and hopefully) the day of. The total schedule hasn’t been put together yet, but you can get a look at what’s coming by clicking here, and going to the LACMA Jazz page at the LACMA Website.

Wine, Food and the Summer air. Can Los Angeles get any better?

Again, the Friday night Jazz Concert Series starts up April 18th at 6pm.

For a basic review, as well as some safety tips, just click on over to our Friday night Jazz Concert Series @LACMA review.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90036
(323) 857-6000

Mon-Tue, Thu: 12–8pm
Wed: Closed
Fri: 12–9pm
Sat-Sun: 11am–8pm