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10 - Apr
(Nearby Event: Concerts & Music, Family)
Where:The Wynwood Yard, 56 NW 29th St, Miami, Florida, United States, 33127
Tables are pulled up near the Simple Vodka Stage for that jazzy club feel. Savor cocktails, as well as wine by the bottle or the glass from The Bar at The Yard, and bites from our resident food concepts. Admission is free and the lawn is covered: Shows go on rain or shine thanks to The Yard's Eventstar Pavilion.  This series is curated by musician and co-founder of Guitars Over Guns, Chad Bernstein. January 30th: The Ricca Project The Ricca Project is a South Florida based Jazz and Funk Fusion band lead by guitar player Jesse Ricca. Their music finds the common ground between memorable melodies, deep pocket grooves and sophisticated harmony, rhythmic and melodic jazz concepts. Keeping the South Florida jazz music traditions alive. The band consists of Eli Mills on bass, Tj Prystal on drums, Dan Andrews back and forth on sax and keys and Jesse Ricca on guitar. This quartet brings a unique sound and level of musicianship to whatever they play. February 6th: Electric Kif Electric Kif, Florida's most in-demand fusion quartet, has quickly garnered the attention of the live music scene in past couple of years with a style of our own - a mix between 70's fusion like Weather Report and contemporary music like Radiohead, Snarky Puppy, and even Khruangbin. They were honored to be selected for the inaugural Ground Up Music Festival, Rochester International Jazz Festival, Miami Downtown Jazz Festival, and more. Performance highlights have also included opening for artists like Stanley Jordan and Snarky Puppy, as well as some guest appearances at their monthly Miami residency from Cory Henry, Michael League, Roosevelt Collier and other top notch musicians. February 13th: Nikki Kidd Nikki Kidd is an International Jazz Vocalist with a palatable passion for music. Her musical style is the embodiment of classic and current jazz and her voice has the ability to transport you to the days of speak easies. Voted Miami New Times "Best Jazz Act" in 2018 and Legacy Magazi