JAZZ UP YOUR HOLIDAYS!
Jae Sinnett’s Zero to 60 Quartet Christmas Concert
A local legend, jazz master Jae Sinnett is a gifted drummer, composer, arranger, educator and band leader who has performed with stars like Branford and Ellis Marsalis, Joe Henderson, Chuck Mangione, and more. Thousands of fans tune in to Jae’s WHRV-FM broadcasts, where he shares his deep love for and knowledge of jazz. Don’t miss this joyful jazz celebration with Jae’s Quartet and guest vocalist Denise Donatelli.
Attucks Theatre, Norfolk
Enhance Your Visit with Excursions:
- The world’s your oyster at The Big Easy Oyster Bar on Granby Street in the heart of downtown Norfolk, where the seafood’s delicious and the music is live!
- Discover the Chrysler Museum of Art, with its world-renowned glass art collection, Art Nouveau furniture, and works of art from African and Egyptian cultures. At noon, you can watch artists from around the world create handcrafted pieces in the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio.
- Breakfast lover? Discover a 30-year tradition at Charlie’s Café. The locals know it’s the place for killer omelets and other delicious breakfast fare.
- Go antiquing in the Historic Ghent Some of the most popular hot spots are Le Marché, Morgan House Antiques Gallery and Three Swallows Imports.
- Immerse yourself in more than a million light bulbs displayed throughout the Norfolk Botanical Garden. Enjoy a festive drive, from 5:30 pm – 10pm, through more than a million twinkling lights this winter. Voted #8 best light display in the country through USA Today/10 Best contest in 2014!
- Cruise the Norfolk waterways with Spirit of Norfolk and enjoy the perfect mix of beautiful sights, dining and entertainment and views—offering lunch, dinner, moonlight and themed cruises.
- Thirsty? Norfolk’s historic Ghent neighborhood offers a plethora of pleasures for the parched, including the Mermaid Winery, Virginia’s first urban winery, and Smartmouth Brewing Company, Rip Rap Brewing Company, Bold Mariner Brewing, Coelacanth Brewing and O’Connor Brewing Company
- Night cap? After the concert, end your evening with a drink at Gershwin’s, a 1920’s piano bar without the prohibition and a swanky speakeasy
- Make it a getaway. Spend the night at one of our Festival-friendly hotels.