Based in Camden, the Jazz Cafe will officially reopen its doors on the 24th May, celebrating with two weeks of the best in jazz, funk, hip hop & electronic music.
Among some of the artists who will be taking part in the re-launch programme include: Pantha Du Prince, Dave Harrington, Dam Funk, Egyptian Lover, Portico and Pete Josef.
With a long history between The Columbo Group’s founders and The Jazz Cafe, the new management team is especially thrilled to unveil the first details of this £3million renovation.
The Jazz Cafe offers a platform for jazz music new and old as well as some of the most sought-after names in electronic music. With the purchase being completed in January, a complete renovation has taken place to bring the music venue into the 21st century.
Steve Ball, Director of The Columbo Group comments:“Many of us here at The Columbo Group have a personal history at The Jazz Cafe, its early days have fed into what we do at our other venues a great deal. What makes this acquisition so special is that we now have the chance to channel that history in to taking The Jazz Cafe forward. With a huge respect for the work they’ve done and for the greats that have played there we’re looking forward to taking this venue to the next level. There are elements of all aspects of The Jazz Cafe that we’re going to improve on taking from the experiences of our other venues, whilst of course respecting the lineage of what The Jazz Cafe has come to represent.”
Having formed 25 years ago, The Jazz Cafe has played host to a variety of legendary performances from the likes of Lana Del Ray, Amy Winehouse and Bobby Womack to name a few.
To book tickets for any of the shows coming up at the venue visit: http://thejazzcafelondon.com/.