Fall 2019 Beaches Chapel Concert Series Announced

The Beaches Museum along with the Lazzara Family Foundation and Entertainment & Productions will be continuing their very successful Chapel Concert Series this fall.

The Fall 2019 Chapel Concert Series will kick off with local favorite and jazz pianist, Noel Freidline, on August 1. A graduate of the UNF music program, Freidline is making his third appearance in the Chapel. The concert also marks a milestone of the 50th Chapel Concert since the program's inception in 2014.

Chart-topping blues artist Sugaray Rayford will perform on September 25. With vocals reminiscent of Muddy Waters and Otis Redding, Sugaray's dance moves are compared to James Brown. Randall Bramblett will take the stage on October 7. The Georgia-born songwriter and performer has worked with Southern musical legends including the Allman Brothers.

Will Kimbrough, scheduled for November 4, is deeply rooted in classic rock ‘n roll, old school country, gospel, traditional blues and folk music. Finishing up the season on December 10 will be saxophonist and blues songstress Vanessa Collier.

The five-concert series will feature a diverse range of artists from jazz piano to blues saxaphone in the iconic and historic Beaches Museum Chapel. With 120 seats, each concert is unique and intimate and gives the artists an opportunity to interact with the audience.

Individual concert tickets are available for $25 in advance, $30 on the day of the show. Season tickets including all five concerts are $100. All shows begin at 7 p.m. For tickets or for more information, call 904-241-5657 or visit www.beachesmuseum.org
About the Beaches Museum

Beaches Museum's mission is "to preserve and share the distinct history and culture of the Beaches area." 

The Beaches Museum is generously supported by The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville and Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs.

Beaches Museum
381 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250   
(904) 241-5657