Due to insatiable demand, Fever Candlelight Open Air has added more performance dates in Nashville. In addition to Classical or Movie Soundtrack performances at The Grove, you can listen to either Jazz or “Bach to the Beatles” at Center 615‘s outdoor Courtyard space (rain plan included, of course). Experience Pure Soul Nashville jazz quartet jam out to tunes by infamous, highly influential Duke Ellington or Listeso string quartet journey through music history starting with Bach and ending on The Beatles.
Candlelight concert organizers ensure to seek only the best talent in town, so we know Pure Soul Nashville has the jazz chops to do lauded Duke Ellington justice. And if you’ve seen Listeso at The Grove, you already know the wonder they will bring to Bach and The Beatles. Plus, what better way to immerse yourself in unforgettable jazz, timeless Bach, or unsurpassed Beatles than by the intimate glow of LED candles.
To top off the romantic evening, Inglewood Lounge will be on-site serving up cocktails and sodas.
Opening night for Candlelight Open Air Jazz: A Duke Ellington Tribute is Friday, June 11th. Opening night for Candlelight Open Air: Form Bach to the Beatles is Friday, July 9th. Check back for more dates!
All performances will be on Friday nights, with the choice between an hour-long concert at 7PM or 9:30PM.
Groove socially distanced under the night sky starting at just $40 a pop to relax in Zone B or $50 to chill in prime Zone A. Both zones include premiere fold-out chairs for your convenience.
Duke Ellington Tentative Set List
- Take the A Train
- Don’t Mean A Thing
- In A Sentimental Mood
- …and more!
From Bach to the Beatles Tentative Set List
- Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 Mvt 1
- Prelude from Cello Suite no. 1
- Bach/Gounod Ave Maria
- Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor mvt. 1
- I Want to Hold Your Hand
- Strawberry Fields Forever
- All You Need Is Love
- Eleanor Regby
- Love Me Do
- In My Life
- Hey Jude
- Here Comes the Sun
- Come Together
Parking and Where to Enter
Event parking is free. The map below shows all parking options. For the event, guests will enter through the Rec Hall entrance (behind the Bricks building) on the right of the map where the purple arrow points. From the Rec Hall, guests will make their way to the Courtyard for an unforgettable musical experience.
Seats will be spaced out according to social distancing recommendations. Out of an abundance of caution, masks will be required for attendees. For full details, please read the safety measures for the event.
For any and all questions, you may contact our Fever representative Deidre Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org
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2 thoughts on “Candlelight Open Air: Jazz, Bach, and Beatles in Center 615’s Courtyard”
I’d love to purchase Duke Ellington candlelight tickets please for July
Can I be contacted please when these dates are released?
The dates in July feature a different program.
Please contact Deidre Scott at email@example.com for any questions regarding tickets.