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Advance Tickets can be purchased through this website on each event page, or from our Gig Tickets page (anytime up until the Thursday evening before the event date*). Tickets will also be available on the door, except for ‘All Ticket’ gigs.
Doors open at 6:30 pm; music starts at 8:00 pm and we finish at 10:30 pm (See gigs for additional support bands which play between 7:10 pm and 7:45 pm). Friendly atmosphere – bar, raffle, secondhand books and cds for sale.
Concessions: We offer a reduction of £1 for people who are of “bus pass” age, or those in receipt of state benefits, and a student or under 25’s discount of 50% of the full entry fee. Children under the age of 15 are admitted free except for “all ticket” gigs. Facilities for the disabled, wheelchair access by arrangement.
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Buy tickets online, or on the door (except all ticket gigs, when indicated). Changes to band members, from those originally listed in paper programme, are coloured orange..
Join Wakefield Jazz for our new season and in our completely refurbished venue!
Buy tickets on gig pages or see all tickets here
(Your PayPal receipt is your entry ticket – unless paying on door)
Food: Order hot food (Please note: This is separate to gig tickets)
Please remember that our Christmas Party gig is All Ticket – ONLY 5 LEFT – and includes food.
Online tickets should be ordered by or before the end of Thursday 8 December. Doors open at 6:30pm and food served.
(Future gigs, not yet listed above, will appear here)
* On the day of an event, staff are often involved in setting up the venue and may miss seeing a late Friday ticket sale. This is why online ticket sales are only available up until the night before the advertised event. However, tickets can still be purchased on the door, unless otherwise stated on the event.
Campaign To Support Grassroots Jazz Venues
Nigel Price recently began a fundraising campaign to support grassroots jazz venues who failed to qualify for any help in the Culture Recovery Fund as we came out of the pandemic. The situation is critical, with more than a handful of clubs closing their doors for good, some of them having been open for decades. Please support this initiative and read more here on the various ways you can help.