Thursday, June 28, 2018

Jazz at Lincoln Center - On Sale Now: 2018-19 Season

2018–19 Season On Sale Now

Be a part of our most diverse, inclusive, and ambitious season yet.

Our 2018–19 concert season is a fantastic selection of performances that bring together artists of all backgrounds. The artistic diversity of our lineup showcases how the versatility and inclusvity of jazz turns barriers into bridges. Join us as we swing into the 2018–19 season and celebrate America's music at its finest.


Spaces by Wynton Marsalis

Sep 13–15
Rose Theater

Wynton Marsalis' Spaces features the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra along with dancers Lil Buck and Jared Grimes. These opening weekend performances sold out in 2016, so get your tickets today!

Ella Sang the Blues with Brianna Thomas

Sep 14–15
7pm & 9:30pm
The Appel Room

Showstopping and souful vocalist Brianna Thomas reimagines Ella Fitzgerald's only all-blues album, These are the Blues. 

Season highlights include: 

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Plays Miles Davis — The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis perform Miles Davis' groundbreaking works from the 1940s-60s.

Steve Miller with Marty Stuart: Music From Appalachia — Steve Miller and Marty Stuart will explore classica Appalachian blues and bluegrass styles .

Wadada Leo Smith: America's National Parks — Wadada Leo Smith brings us a multimedia concert experience including visual projections that blend real-time footage of the five-piece band with moving images which celebrate of America's National Parks.

Wynton Marsalis and Ken Burns: Country Music — In this collaboration bewtween documentarian Ken Burns and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, we'll see clips of Burns' new documentary Country Music, paired with the JLCO's reimagining of classic country music tunes.

Learn more about what we have in store for our upcoming season. Review our season highlights and purchase your tickets today.   


2018–19 Season

View the full lineup for our 31st Season.

American Roots: Mark O'Connor Band & Friends
Jazz, Bluegrass, & Folk

Oct 5–6
7pm & 9:30pm
The Appel Room

Featuring fiddle virtuoso Mark O’Connor with Maggie O’Connor and Kate Lee on fiddle and vocals, Forrest O’Connor on mandolin and vocals, Geoff Saunders on banjo and bass, National Flatpick Guitar Champion Joe Smart, and vocalists Alvin Youngblood Hart and Lizz Wright.

Joey Alexander with Strings

Oct 19–20
Rose Theater

Pianist Joey Alexander headlines in Rose Theater for the first time. He'll be joined by a string section with parts written and conducted by Grammy Award–winning composer and arranger RichardDeRosa.

Diane Schuur Sings Basie

Nov 2–3, 
7pm & 9:30pm
The Appel Room

Diane Schuur and the Riley Mulherkar Big Band celebrate Count Basie with performances from Diane Schuur and The Count Basie Orchestra.

Big Band Holidays

Dec 19, 7pm
Dec 20–22, 8pm
Dec 23, 2pm
Rose Theater

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis celebrate the holiday season with special guest vocalists Vuyo Sotashe and Veronica Swift.

Dianne Reeves

Feb 15–16
Rose Theater

2018 NEA Jazz Master Dianne Reeves returns to Jazz at Lincoln Center to serenade audiences with her annual Valentine's Day selections. 

McCoy Tyner & Charles McPherson at 80

Apr 5–6
Rose Theater

Pianist McCoy Tyner and saxophonist Charles McPherson join the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis to play brand-new big band arrangements of their iconic compositions.

Jazz & Popular Song Series

Apr 10–11
May 15–16
Jun 5–6    
The Appel Room

Michael Feinstein directs Jazz & Popular Song for the ninth consecutive season, celebrating Peter Allen, the Great American Crooners, and Lerner & Loewe.

Ellington Through the Ages

May 3–4
Rose Theater

Wynton Marsalis and bassist Rodney Whitaker lead an all-Ellington showcase with 16 of the best young professionals on the scene, many of whom came up through our Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band program.

To Purchase Tickets:


By Phone
Call CenterCharge at 212-721-6500
10am–9pm ET, Daily

In Person
Visit the Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office
Broadway at 60th Street (ground floor)
Monday–Saturday, 10am–6pm
Sunday, 12pm–6pm