2022 Summer Sunset

Jazz Series


Weekly on Wednesdays from July 13 to August 31

6:00-8:00pm

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Concerts will be held under the tent on the HMM Waterfront, rain or shine.

Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs if they please. However, tables, chairs, and picnic tables will be provided on site to use.

Restrooms will also be available. Online Ticket sales will close at 3:30pm on the day of each event. Tickets will also be sold at check-in. Click Here to read our FAQs.

BYOB. Food Trucks will be available during most concerts.

Please drink responsibly.

Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm, rain or shine

July 13: Dan Moretti and The Hammond Boys

July 20: Paul Del Nero

*July 27: Project Flynn

August 3: Neal & The Vipers

August 10: Greg Abate Quartet

August 17: Donna Byrne Quartet

August 24: Greg Picollo

August 31: Roomful of Blues

Tickets:

Members: $20

Non Members: $30

Full Series Pass: $125 (Members Only)

Reliance Society & Afterguard Member: Free, RSVP Here

*July 27: Free Admission

Greg Abate Quartet

August 10, 2022 6:00 pm

Donna Byrne Quartet

August 17, 2022 6:00 pm

Greg Picollo

August 24, 2022 6:00 pm

Roomful of Blues

August 31, 2022 6:00 pm


Jazz Series FAQ

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When does the show start?

Concerts begin at 6pm. Check-in will open a few minutes beforehand.

Where are my tickets?

Tickets are non-tangible. Please check-in by your name when you arrive.

I bought tickets for myself and some friends. What if my friends and I are arriving separately?

That's cool! Please instruct your friends to drop your name at the check-in table when they arrive. And feel free to forward this web page to them so they are ready for the show.

Will tickets be available at the event?

Yes. Tickets can be purchased online until 3:30pm the afternoon of the show. Additional tickets will be sold at check-in starting at 6pm. All payment forms are accepted.

Can I bring food?

Picnics are welcome! We will have food trucks/caterers selling their yummy refreshments at each concert. But if you prefer to bring your own food or drinks you are welcome to.

Do you sell alcohol?

No. However, the jazz series is BYOB. Guests of drinking age are welcome to bring their own alcoholic beverages to enjoy on the waterfront. All open alcoholic beverages must remain on the waterfront property. Please drink responsibly.

Can I bring my own lawn chair?

Absolutely! We will be providing chairs and picnic tables for all concerts. However, you are welcome to bring your own preferred lawn chair if you'd like.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes. Well behaved dogs on leashes are welcome to join you at the concert series. Please be courteous and pick up any droppings your dog may leave behind. If your dog is being disruptive or reactive, we may ask you to move or leave depending on the situation.

Are there bathrooms?

Yes. We have bathrooms on the waterfront available to guests. If you will require access to a handicapped bathroom, please ask a staff member for assistance.

What about parking?

Parking is first-come-first-serve. Guests are welcome to park in the Museum parking lot along Burnside Street. Overflow parking can park on the lawn in front of the Museum. Please be careful not to block in anyone else's car. If both the parking lot and the lawn are full, we recommend finding street parking on High Street or Burton Street. Please do not park on the waterfront.

Can I buy tickets to other upcoming shows while I’m there?

Yes! Tickets to future shows can be purchased on our website or at check-in during the concerts.

Can I become a member?

Yes! Click here to sign up for a membership before buying your tickets. If you already purchased a non-member ticket and decide at a show to become a member, we can credit the $5 difference to your new membership in person.

What if it rains?

Concerts will be held rain or shine. Our waterfront tent will protect you and the performers from the rain during the show.

I’m a Sponsor/VIP, what should I do?

Please RSVP beforehand by phone or email. Or click the button below to send us a message.

At the concert, a staff member will instruct you to your reserved seating at check-in.

I’m a Reliance Society or Afterguard Member, how do I register for the Jazz Series?

Your membership includes two complimentary tickets to any of the Jazz concerts. Please click the button below to RSVP. Login is required. Email us for help.

Covid Safety:

Masks are welcome but not required for the Summer Jazz Series. We kindly ask our non-vaccinated guests to wear masks. If you are experiencing Covid-like symptoms or have recently tested positive for Covid-19, we ask you to please not come. Please email or call the office and we'd be happy to transfer your ticket to a future show when you are recovered. (This policy is subject to change based on CDC & RI Government recommendations.)

I have more questions.

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Bristol, Rhode Island

One Burnside Street

(401)253-5000

Contact the Herreshoff Staff

Let's Chat!

The Museum Staff are happy to help you!

Bristol, Rhode Island

One Burnside Street

(401)253-5000

7 replies added

  1. Patricia Lamarre July 10, 2021 Reply

    This event is new to us.
    Where/how can I learn about the venue? Such as….
    *Do I bring my beach chair or are there seats?
    *Venue address?

    • Hello Patrica,
      This event is new to us too and we’re really excited. Thank you for your questions! The venue location is the HMM waterfront: 1 Burnside St, Bristol RI, 02809. You are welcome to bring your own chairs. We will also have chairs and picnic tables available as well as restrooms. If you have further questions, please email info@herreshoff.org

  2. Diane July 10, 2021 Reply

    Dan Morretti is someone you don’t want to miss!

  3. Check us out 8/29, Warren Concert Series @ Burr’s Hill Park at 5pm! Include us in next year’s Jazz series

  4. Poguemahion July 14, 2021 Reply

    Is the museum & jazz concerts wheelchair accessible?

    • The majority of the Museum’s exhibits are wheelchair accessible. The Jazz concerts are held outside and are also wheelchair accessible. However, the outdoor restrooms are not. The restrooms in the Hall of Boats are accessible. A staff member can help block traffic and be a guide to the restrooms.

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