Returns for 33rd Year
Top-notch Talent Announced for 2023 Series
Clark County Parks & Recreation is proud to present our 33rd year offering the community a FREE Jazz in the Park Series, featuring:
May 13th | Haley Reinhart : Sold Out
May 20th | Gerald Albright : Sold Out
May 27th | Kim Waters : Sold Out
June 3rd | BLKBOK : Sold Out
June 10th | Blake Aaron & Jeff Kashiwa
Jazz in the Park will be held at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater located at 500 S. Grand Central Parkway. Opening performances will begin at 6:30 p.m. and headliners will take the stage around 8 p.m. Seating spaces are limited. Seating will begin at 6pm for guest with picnic baskets, blankets, and low-back chairs and are first come first served, based on availability. Admission and parking are free. Tickets are REQUIRED for entry! This Event is Smoke & Vape-free.
Space is limited! Be courteous of others.
- Please limit cooler, wagon, and blanket size to leave space for others.
- Remember, food and drinks are available for sale at the event.
- Do not save space for more than a party of 4 or you will be asked to give up the space.
- High back chairs over 6 inches from the ground are not allowed in the lower section.
Gates open at 6:00 PM. Parking lots open at 4:00 PM.
- Please do not line up more than 2 hours before gates open.
- Parking lots will NOT open up until 4:00 PM.
There are TWO entrances, ADA/Senior and General Admission.
A timeless voice outlasts eras. The gold-certified Chicago-born/Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter exudes an empowering level of charisma and confidence earned by a quiet, decade-long grind.Gerald Albright
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Albright was already an accomplished saxophonist by the time he enrolled at the University of Redlands. He launched his solo career in the infancy of what became the smooth jazz format.Kim Waters
Chart-topping saxophonist Kim Waters’ instantly recognizable sound has found the perfect equilibrium between sensitivity and brawn, intellect and emotion and technique and soulfulness. The prolific saxophonist, composer, and producer has enjoyed a career of longevity that is rare.BLKBOK
Born and raised in Detroit’s inner-city, BLKBOK (born Charles Wilson III), grew up in a music-filled house and by the time he was 8, BLKBOK was an acclaimed piano prodigy, winning statewide accolades and college-level competitions. It is no coincidence that Charles chose the name BLKBOK, which echoes that of one of the greatest pianists and composers of all time and the tag reflects the elements that have contributed to the artist’s identity and symbolizes his colorful journey from pop and hip-hop culture to his critically acclaimed, neo-classical debut album Black Book, and various Mixtape projects and collaborations.Blake Aaron
Drawing on a lifetime of diverse musical influences to create a masterful fusion of jazz, R&B, soul, rock, blues and Latin sounds, the Southern California based Aaron creates an expansive, fully expressive collection. Aaron launched his career as an L.A. studio musician and sideman and has recorded and/ or performed with an incredible array of jazz, pop and R&B artists. Aaron is an expressive artist, representing the many different facets of the music he loves and made him who he is.Jeff Kashiwa
Seattle native, Jeff Kashiwa became known as one of the most compelling young saxophonists in contemporary jazz. Kashiwa performed hundreds of shows all over the world and appeared on many of the band’s classic recordings.
Jazz In the Park Series is produced by Clark County Parks & Recreation and Sponsored by: Findlay Chevrolet, Minden Jewelers, 91.5 KUNV Jazz, Because We Matter - Live Smoke & Vape Free
Those interested can get more information by emailing EventInfo@ClarkCountyNV.gov or calling (702) 455-8170.