Date & Price
Saturday, June 1, 2019, 2:00–10:00 pm
Ticket holders may enter Gardens starting at 1:00 pm
Wine tasting: 2:00–7:00 pm
Ages 21 & over: $59/$49 Members (Ticket includes 10 free tastings and a souvenir glass)
Ages 5–20 or designated driver: $39/$29 Members
All Stars, Friday, May 31, 2019
Reserved Seating: $49
Gardens Preferred and Gardens Premium Members: $44
Wine & Jazz Bundle (Festival and All Stars)
For guests 21 years & over: $92
For ages 5–20 and designated drivers: $75
Tickets limited. Sell out likely.
You are welcome to set up your chair at performance locations, including the Pumphouse Plaza and Orchard, and outside of the Open Air Theatre, while you enjoy the Gardens and festival.
This is a rain or shine event. No outside food allowed in the Gardens.
All sales are final. Tickets are non-refundable and may not be exchanged for another date and time. Lost or stolen tickets will not be refunded or replaced.
The Gardens will be closed all day Saturday, June 1, to everyone except Wine & Jazz Festival ticket holders.
Our popular Wine & Jazz Festival returns on June 1, 2019.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of live music while savoring wines from around the world. Sip along to exceptional jazz from Grammy Award-winning musicians, and, after the sun goes down, catch a jazz-inspired evening fountain show to round out your day.
Can’t wait for Saturday? Start your fun early with a special Friday night Wine & Jazz All Stars performance followed by a fountain show that dances to the sounds of big band and swing.
Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra
Headed by celebrated trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis, the Uptown Jazz Orchestra skillfully combines riff playing, spontaneous arrangements, and New Orleans secondline groove in a celebration of old school jazz. A National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Award-winner along with his family, Marsalis is known for his imagination and range, as well as his zeal to introduce children to jazz in New Orleans and beyond.
Stefon Harris & Blackout
Educator, vibraphonist, and composer Stefon Harris is committed to both exploring the rich potential of jazz education and blazing new trails on the vibraphone. As a Grammy Award-nominated and NAACP Image Award-winning artist, Harris leads his band, Stefon Harris & Blackout, with passionate artistry, energetic stage presence, and astonishing virtuosity.
Anat Cohen Quartet
Open Air Theatre
Grammy Award-nominated clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen has won hearts and minds with her expressive virtuosity and delightful stage presence. An established bandleader and prolific composer, the Anat Cohen Quartet program is a unique blend of modern and traditional jazz, classical music, Brazilian choro, Argentine tango, and an expansive timeline of Afro-Cuban styles.
Open Air Theatre
2:00 pm & 3:45 pm
Described as “the shining hope of hot jazz” by The New York Times, Bria Skonberg has been at the forefront of a revival of classic American music channeling her hero Louis Armstrong. Touring constantly with her New York-based band, the Canadian JUNO Award winner showcases her signature sound of fiery trumpet playing and smoky vocals, with creative concoctions of old and new.
High & Mighty Brass
2:15 pm & 4:00 pm
Known for their unique ability to combine classic New Orleans funk and R&B with hip hop influences, High & Mighty Brass has shared the stage with legends such as Dr. John, Rebirth Brass Band, and Trombone Shorty. They deliver both fiercely entertaining and refreshingly inspiring performances, connecting with each and every audience member.
Mike Kennedy Trio
Peirce-du Pont House
2:00 pm & 4:30 pm
Philadelphia native Mike Kennedy has been performing for more than 20 years and chairs the guitar department at The University of the Arts. Kennedy’s latest release, Landfall, is a sonic field trip to the wild west with strokes of Americana, jazz, and folk, inspired by open spaces where the horizon is barely visible.
2:30 pm, 4:15 pm, & 6:00 pm
Inspired by the music of Brazil, Philadelphia-based Ensemble Novo creates a tropical chill vibe with its unique sound, courtesy of its tenor saxophone, vibraphone, electric and nylon string guitars, bass, drums, and percussion.
Main Fountain Garden Fountain Performances
Enjoy 12-minute Daytime Fountain Performances in our Main Fountain Garden at 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, and 6:15 pm.
Catch our In the Mood 30-minute Illuminated Fountain Performance at 9:00 pm.
Dine With Us
Our insulated Wine & Jazz Picnic Tote is packed with a savory sampling of three gourmet cheeses, crackers and pita, hummus, whole strawberries, clusters of grapes, composed salad, small baguette, two bottles of water, and disposable silverware. Guests can pick up the picnic tote at the Visitor Center Group Entrance patio the day of the event.
Each Picnic Tote serves two: $73
Must be pre-purchased by Friday, May 24 at 4:00 pm. Picnic Totes are for Wine & Jazz ticketholders only. Purchase of a Picnic Tote does not include entrance to the Wine & Jazz Festival.
Seatings in 1906, our full-service restaurant, will be available 2:00–7:30 pm for a prix fixe three-course menu with wine pairings from Simi Winery.
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or via phone at 610-388-5290
Reservations will not be accepted online via OpenTable. Make your 1906 reservations early, as sell out is likely.
Concessions throughout the Gardens will offer premium wines, bottled beverages, and snacks.