Joe Gransden and his Jazz Quintet perform at Sundays on the River

Sundays on the River Concerts 2016

Joe Gransden and his Jazz Quintet perform June 12th at Sundays on the River Concert Series at the Chattahoochee Nature Center

Sunday, June 12, 2016, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)

Get your tickets early to hear Joe Gransden and his talented jazz quintet will perform music that ranges from classic Frank Sinatra tunes to the music of Georgia’s own Johnny Mercer.  Johnny Mercer, lyricist and composer, was one of America’s most prolific and beloved songwriters. Mercer composed and co-wrote more than 1,500 songs, received 19 Academy Award nominations and co-founded Capitol Records. Joe Gransden’s classic old soul voice and trumpet solos will bring #GeorgiaMusic alive with classic tunes like Skylark and Moon River.

Purchase Tickets now, this show will sell out: $22.50 for first come, first served table seating at the pavilion and $17.50 for lawn seating.

Bring your own picnic and dine during the show at a table (decorated by you). For lawn seating, bring your own low lawn chair or blanket. Corporate Sponsorships are available. *These monthly concerts will take place on the second Sunday at the Chattahoochee Nature Center located at 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell, Georgia. Each show starts at 7:30 pm and you can arrive at 6:30 pm to enjoy the nature center and gardens prior to the concert. *Adult beverages are available for purchase at each event, but remember, BYOB is prohibited. Invite your friends to enjoy concerts close to home at the beautiful Ben Brady Lakeside Pavilion where live music will fill the stage for Sunday night fun!


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