Jazz has made a resurgence in Brampton. Last year, World of Jazz, a new weekend-long festival, kicked off in the city and ever since the local scene has grown.
While the city doesn’t have any dedicated jazz bars, there are still a few places you can enjoy quality jazz music.
J. Red & Co (341 Main Street S) not only has $1 oysters, half off select bottles of wine, and all you can eat mussels, they also have live jazz every Tuesday night.
Joe’s Jazz Jam goes down every Friday night at Wendel Clark’s (36 Main Street N). From 9 p.m. to midnight enjoy some groovin’ jazz, drinks, and a delicious meal. If you think you want to jam with the band, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on how to apply.
Check out various duos and trios for your entertainment at J. Red & Co. every Sunday night from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Expect acoustic jazz, swing, and timeless pop standards. Pair that with delicious food and drinks, and you’re in for a great evening.
Friday at Wendel Clark’s and Sunday’s Jazz @ J. Red are both put together by B-Jazzed, the organizers of Brampton’s World of Jazz festival. Speaking of the festival, The World of Jazz Festival is back for another year for September 7 and 8. It kicks off on the 7th with Michael Kaeshammer at the Rose Theatre.
If you want more info about the Jazz nights or the festival, you can email email@example.com.