Stray Grass kicks off Jazz Among the Grapevines Concert Series in Grand Junction |

Stray Grass kicks off Jazz Among the Grapevines Concert Series in Grand Junction

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WHAT: Stray Grass, Jazz Among the Grapevines Concert Series

WHEN: Tuesday, May 20, 7-9 p.m.

WHERE: Two Rivers Winery, 2087 Broadway, Grand Junction

COST: $10 per person

INFO: 970-260-8866;

Get jazzy with Stray Grass at Two Rivers Winery on Tuesday, May 20. Live music runs from 7-9 p.m. on the lawn of Two Rivers Winery (2087 Broadway, Grand Junction). Admission costs $10 per person for this all-ages show.

Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair, blanket and picnic basket. Wine from Two Rivers will be available for purchase by the glass or bottle. Please remember, no outside adult beverages are allowed.

Stray Grass, a local band, will kick off the Jazz Among the Grapevines Concert Series, which benefits educational programs held at The Art Center (otherwise known as the Western Colorado Center for the Arts). These outdoor concerts occur the third Tuesday of the month for the rest of the summer. Live music by Hot Tub Jazz is scheduled for June, Bryan Savage in July, then Influx swing through in August. Organizers expect 100-150 attendees at each show.

“It’s a nice evening venue,” Art Center Guild co-president Cathy Zippert said. “People come out and get to watch the sunset.

“The series lineup offers a variety of talented musicians. It’s a great way to support The Art Center.”

Though tickets are available for pre-purchase at The Art Center (1803 N. Seventh St., Grand Junction) and at Two Rivers Winery, Zippert added that most people purchase tickets at the gate.


Do you love Art Center programs? Why not support its services by joining the Art Center Guild. It currently has 25 members and they’re looking for more.

“We have given $9,000 to the Art Center this year,” Zippert said.

According to The Art Center website, “Guild members have a number of fundraising and social activities throughout the year, including the annual Arts and Craft Fair, catering special events, and volunteering at The Art Center sponsored events, and more.”

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