Music will fill the air at Little River Canyon on Feb. 25, when TAD of Jazz returns to the JSU Canyon Center with its unique mix of soul, gospel, jazz and funk for a three-course dinner show benefitting environmental education.
“Last year’s event was amazing, with a full house filled with excitement,” said Pete Conroy, director of the Canyon Center. “This year’s event is shaping up to be even better. This dinner show is a fantastic way to raise awareness of the arts and environment.”
Since its inception in 2007, Anniston-based TAD of Jazz has quickly become a leader in the contemporary and smooth jazz realm in Northeast Alabama, performing at Jazz in the Park in Birmingham, Anniston Heritage Festival, Anniston Music Festival, Anniston Jazz Festival and First Friday in Gadsden.
“We expect a sell-out event again this year, so make your reservations early,” said Anna Lindsey, sales and service manager. “We encourage guests to let us know if they have any special needs so we can accommodate and make everyone as comfortable as possible.”
Doors open at 5 p.m. and the show begins at 6 p.m. Seating is first come first serve, so guests are encouraged to arrive early. Reserved tables are available for parties of six or more. Coolers are welcomed.
Advanced tickets are $35, which includes admission and dinner, and reservations are available online, onsite at the Canyon Center Gift Shop or by calling 256-845-7213. Please make your reservations by Feb 21. For more info visit www.canyonconcerts.com.