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Multi-day Event

Water Colors

@ Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park

Multi-day Event

Water Colors

@ Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park

Weekly free outdoor Jazz music series at the Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park.

Chicago is known for its colorful influence on jazz music, which takes center stage in this waterfront series of singers and musicians who specialize in “America’s classical music” at the Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park.

Performance Schedule:

  • 7/15 | NextGenJazz Emerging Artists Project presented by Jazz Institute of Chicago
  • 7/22 | Live the Spirit Residency and the Englewood Jazz Festival presents the South Side Living Masters
  • 7/29 | The MIYUMI Project presented by Chicago Asian American Jazz Festival
  • 8/5 | Tito Carrillo Sextet presented by Jazz Institute of Chicago
  • 8/12 | Altoizm led by Greg Ward, Rajiv Halim, and Sharel Cassity and Joe Policastro Trio presented by Hyde Park Jazz Festival
  • 8/19 | Guru Tonic and Ronnie G presented by the South Side Jazz Coalition
  • 8/26 | Sam Thousand & The Soul Vortex presented by Jazz Institute of Chicago

Navy Pier acknowledges support from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.

Event Venue

Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park

Address

600 E. Grand Avenue
Chicago , IL 60611

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Navy Pier is the People’s Pier, Chicago’s lakefront treasure, welcoming all and offering dynamic and eclectic experiences through partnerships and programs that inspire discovery and wonder.

Since its reopening in 1995, more than 180 million guests have come to enjoy the Pier's 50 acres of unparalleled attractions and experiences. In 2022, Navy Pier continues to evolve into an accessible, year-round centerpiece for Chicago’s diverse arts and cultural treasures.


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