The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)’s Friday night Jazz Concerts continue tomorrow night, October 3rd, featuring Louis Van Taylor Sextet.
From the LACMA website:
Saxophone and woodwind specialist Louis Van Taylor has been performing the world over. His career began with a 20-year association with Ray Charles, followed by stints with the Gap Band, Kool and the Gang, Gerald Wilson, Jimmie and Jeannie Cheatham, Phil Ranelin, and many others. Van Taylor has taught at USC Jazz Studies Department for seven years and has also mentored Washington Rucker’s Jazz for Wee People, sponsored by the Los Angeles Jazz Society.
Jazz at LACMA starts every Friday night at 6pm at the Los Angeles Times Central Court. Tickets are free, no reservations required, but the earlier you show up the better. Parking is available underneath LACMA or across the street (and that might cost you a little bit).
Food options, as well as Sangria, Beer and other adult beverages (and non-adult beverages) will be on sale. Ray and Stark Bar will be open as well. LACMA has started to ask that we not bring outside alcohol, or glass bottles to the event. The food trucks along Wilshire Avenue will be there until an hour or two before showtime. You can also bring your own picnic, as well as your own chair or blankets.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90036
Mon-Tue, Thu: 12–8pm