Join us as we celebrate 35 years!!! Our Performance Lounge now offers 2 options for tickets. Please carefully review your selection before purchase. ****ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ***
NEW Terms & Conditions apply for all tickets as of January 2, 2023 $30 per person food & beverage minimum. Our full menu is available before and during the show.
Seats not claimed within 30 minutes PRIOR to show start time will be forfeited.
Our Performance Lounge can accommodate tables for up to 6 guests.
If you plan to sit with other guests who have tickets under another name, please enter the ticket holder’s name in our “Survey notes” when checking out. Groups of 7 or more: Guarantee your large party will be sat near each other by booking through our Events Team. Email [email protected].
In addition to being one of the most in-demand saxophone players on a global scale, Eric is also the music director for The Blue Note At Sea Cruise and The Smooth Jazz Cruise. So you can only imagine who his special guests will be in 2023. Shows so special, that in many cases we can’t even tell you who the featured guest artist will be…you will have to trust us. Contemporary saxophonist Eric Marienthal is a Grammy Award-winning artist who is best known for his work in the jazz fusion, smooth jazz, and pop genres. He has performed in over 65 different countries, recorded 14 solo CD’s and has played on hundreds of other records, films, television shows and commercial jingles. Marienthal has performed with Elton John, Barbara Streisand, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, Dionne Warwick, Burt Bacharach, Aaron Neville, Johnny Mathis, Dave Grusin, Lee Ritenour, David Benoit, The Rippingtons, Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band, Patti Austin, Lou Rawls, David Lee Roth, The Yellowjackets, B.B. King, Ramsey Lewis, Patti Labelle, Olivia Newton-John, to name a few. Eric has been voted as one of Jazziz Magazine’s “Favorite Alto Sax Players” along with David Sanborn and Phil Woods, and has had 8 songs in the top 10 National Contemporary Jazz Radio charts.
Growing up in Copenhagen, Michael Lington remembers the precise moment he decided he needed to move to America if he was going to seriously pursue a career in music. He was still a budding musician at the time, who loved several different genres: jazz, pop, R&B and more—as a young boy he’d even met the American swing legend Benny Goodman. But it wasn’t until he was on the verge of turning 20 that Lington—now recognized as one of the most creative and successful contemporary soul and jazz saxophonists in the world—made his fateful decision.