Philly's Best Jazz Venues Guide: Philadelphia

Philly's Best Jazz Venues Guide: Philadelphia

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Philly is a great city to experience Jazz, a music genre that originated from African American communities of New Orleans in the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It emerged in the form of independent traditional and popular musical styles, all linked by the common bonds of African American and European American musical parentage with a performance orientation.

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Listed below are some of Philly's best venue's to experience live Jazz music in Philadelphia.

Philly's Best Jazz Venue's:

  • Hosting live jazz performances every night except Sundays, Chris’ Jazz Cafe offers drink specials, discounts for college students and multiple sets a night, making it a great place to take in local and touring jazz musicians. 1421 Sansom Street, (215) 568-3131, chrisjazzcafe.com
  • Stepping through the doors of Paris Bistro & Jazz Cafe transports patrons to the City of Lights in the 1930s. Open from Thursdays through Sundays, the Chestnut Hill spot hosts local musicians playing jazz standards or songs from the Great American Songbook. Also on offer: a full menu of classic French food and drinks. 8229 Germantown Avenue, (215) 242-6200, parisbistro.net
  • More of a performance space and educational center than a club or lounge, the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz aims to promote jazz—past, present and future—with workshops, classes, private lessons and, of course, concerts. 738 S. Broad Street, (215) 893-9912, clefclubofjazz.org
  • Sure, Relish may be known for its Southern cuisine and politician patrons, but it’s also known for live jazz. Two shows on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights feature local musicians who hold the art form in high reverence. 7152 Ogontz Avenue, (215), 276-0170, relishphiladelphia.com
  • The same family that owns Warmdaddy’s, Relish and Paris Bistro recently opened South on North Broad Street. Those looking to fill their ears as well as their stomachs do well in this intimate jazz parlor that seats around 70, features live music six nights a week and dishes out southern favorites. 600 N. Broad Street, (215) 600-0220, southrestaurant.net
  • Even in its stylish waterfront location, Warmdaddy’s has a down-home vibe, a down-home Southern menu and a get-down lineup of national jazz, blues and R&B artists every night. While some nights require a cover charge, many do not. 1400 S. Columbus Boulevard, (215) 462-2000, warmdaddys.com

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