Sam Rodriquez Latin Jazz! A wide range of lively rhythms showcasing the African heriatge in modern Latin sounds. Planned for high tide evenings (for maximum breeze and comfort!), the concerts bring residents and tourists alike to the lawn of St. Simons Island Lighthouse for one of the most pleasant and entertaining evenings you can spend in the Golden Isles. All concerts are from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children 6-12, and free for kids under 6. Bring a chair or blanket to relax on, a picnic summer, your favorite beverage – and of course, all your friends for the high-tide event that’s become a Golden Isles tradition. For more information, 912-262-6934 or visit goldenislesarts.org.
Jazz in the Park
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