Summer JazzFest – Grove Street Stompers
Formed in 1959 by band leader and piano player Bill Dunham, this fabulous group’s repertoire includes samples of Dixieland, New Orleans and swing styles with tunes made famous by such greats as Bix, Louies and Jelly Roll.
Many great jazz musicians sat in with the Stompers over the years – Pete Fountain, Wild Bill Davison, Tony Parenti, Bob Wilber, and singers Barbara Lea and Laurel Watson. Some of the Stompers have worked at venues like Eddie Condons, Jimmy Ryans, Red Blazer Too, and Cajun, among others.
Making their Bickford debut, this group has been a Monday night staple at New York’s venerable Arthur’s Tavern since 1962 – over 50 years! This may be the oldest gig in town, maybe the world!
Join us for the swinging sounds of summer!
Museum Members: $18
All seats are reserved.
On-line ticket sales end two hours prior to a performance. At that time, please call the Box Office for tickets at 973.971.3706.
New! Pre-Performance Boxed Dinners!
Get a gourmet boxed dinner with a unique flair created by Chef Andrew Pantano of Culinary Creations. Dine in the Museum’s elegant Court or North Gallery, or enjoy dining al fresco on the grounds!
- Honey citrus poached Wild salmon with smashed green bean salad ($25)
- Chicken walnut and grape salad croissant with heirloom tomato salad ($20)
- Rainbow vegetable shirataki bowl with peanut lime sauce (vegetarian) ($20)
Orders can be placed up to 4 days in advance of the concert and picked up between 6:00PM – 7:00PM on the day of the event. Beverages will be available for purchase on-site.
Order a Boxed Dinner for this evening.
Photo credit: Arthur’s Tavern. Image courtesy of the artists