2022 Caprock Jazz Festival Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium Museum of Texas Tech University 3301 4th Street Saturday, July 9th
2022 Caprock Jazz Festival
Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium
Museum of Texas Tech University
3301 4th Street
Saturday, July 9th
7pm-Concert; doors at 6:30pm
$100-Pre-concert dinner & concert, includes two drink tickets
The Caprock Jazz Concert aims to bring-quality contemporary jazz performers to the South Plains. The concert is a major fundraiser for the Roots Historical Arts Council and the Caviel Museum of African American History in Lubbock, TX. We hope you can join us for a night of great music!
There will be performances from Lubbock’s very own Tom Braxton, who was inducted into the West Texas Hall of Fame along with his father James “JT” Braxton in 2017. Also performing is the amazing Jasmin Ghent who received the prestigious 2019 “NAACP Image Award” for Outstanding Jazz Album for her 2019 album “The Story of Jazz”. Groove Frequencies will be taking the stage with their unique style of smooth jazz that has been earning them fans with Jazz enthusiast worldwide since the release of their first album In The Groove in 2017.
Two types of tickets are available. A concert ticket which will allow entry from 6:30pm, and also a ticket for a pre-show dinner that starts at 5:00pm. You will see both these options through the link below.
A pre-concert dinner, catered by Top Tier, will be held at 5 p.m. for $100. each, which includes the concert ticket and two drink tickets. Tables for eight are available for $700. Please contact Roots Council board members for information on the tables of eight: (806) 535-2475.
Tickets for only the concert are $50. each and allow entry from 6:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased through Select-a-Seat Lubbock.
A cash bar will be available before the performance and during the 15-minute intermission.
Lubbock’s own Tom Braxton, who was inducted into the West Texas Hall of Fame in 2017 with his father James “JT” Braxton, will anchor the concert with special guests Jasmin Ghent and Groove Frequencies completing the program.
Jasmin Ghent won the prestigious 2019 “NAACP Image Award” for Outstanding Jazz Album for her 2019 album, “The Story of Jazz.”
Groove Frequencies has been capturing jazz enthusiasts worldwide since the release of their first album, “In the Groove” in 2017.
Entertaining dinner guests in the Sculpture Court will be long-time local favorite Joy Harris and her teen-age jazz proteges, as well as Daron Mann and his five-piece ensemble.
(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
MUSEUM OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
3301 4th Street