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Nightfall Jazz Cafe series to debut at The Granfalloon

Listen to live music at the new Thursday evening Nightfall Jazz Cafe, featuring celebrated jazz artists.

NOOGAtoday | The Granfalloon

Head to this venue located at 400 E. Main St. for live jazz.

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The folks behind the beloved Nightfall concert series are bringing a new evening of shows for music lovers to enjoy.

Enter: The Nightfall Jazz Cafe, a limited series of Thursday evening jazz shows at The Granfalloon.

The shows will feature Lisa Anita Baker’s band opening each week, with a special headlining artist. The series will open on Thursday, June 27 with contemporary jazz singer + keyboardist Allen Cook.

Tickets to the shows are $25 + can be purchased online or at the door. The Granfalloon will also offer a full bar and tapas menu. Note: Doors will open at 6:45 p.m., with the show beginning at 7:30 p.m. There will be two sets with a brief intermission.

Keep an eye out on The Granfalloon’s events page for upcoming show announcements.

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