Jazz Concert for Two or Four with Appetizers at The Velvet Note (Up to 53% Off)

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In a Nutshell

A musician-run club brings jazz and blues performers into an intimate, 40-seat setting with carefully crafted acoustics

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 31st, 2013. Limit 3 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Not valid until 4/30/13. Valid Tuesday or Wednesday nights. Valid only for Spinach & Artichoke dip, Hummus plate or Caesar salad. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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The Deal

  • General admission and appetizers
  • When: any Tuesday or Wednesday night through July 31
  • Where: The Velvet Note
  • Ticket values include all fees

Available Options

  • $14 for a concert package for two (up to a $29 value)
  • $27 for a concert package for four (up to a $58 value)

Each package includes:

  • One music-lounge ticket per person to an Tuesday or Wednesday concert (a $10 value each)
  • One appetizer per pair (up to a $9 value). Valid appetizer options include spinach and artichoke dip, hummus plate, and caesar salad.

Upcoming Shows

Jazz Trios (Every Tuesday)

Led by drummer and Georgia State University professor Justin Varnes, weekly jazz trios delight aficionados and help neophytes ease into appreciation. Together with his ever-rotating collaborators, Varnes tickles ears with nimble improvisations and welcomes questions from the audience.

Nina Carl (Wednesday, April 17)

A relative of jazz great Thelonious Monk, Nina Carl has music in her blood. During concerts, she gives voice to her deep-rooted love of jazz and pop with smoky vocals and an intimate, conversational singing style.

The Velvet Note

No strangers to the stage themselves, the board of directors at The Velvet Note built the intimate venue as a musician’s dream of exquisite natural acoustics. On its carefully crafted soundstage sits a 1924 Baldwin Model M baby grand piano, which serves an endless lineup of locally and nationally renowned acts. In between applause and using their index fingers as maestro batons, visitors can occupy their hands with food from The Velvet Note’s menu, featuring lobster cobb salad, black mussels in garlic butter, and all manner of classic southern desserts. Run by musicians for musicians, the club creates an up-close-and-personal environment where performers and fans can actually mingle.

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