A Swinging Jazz Night Is Coming To London’s Fab Floating Bar

Floating Jazz Club

Jazz takes to the water with the Floating Jazz Club!

Looking for a night that’s going to float your boat? Look no further than Fever’s wonderful Floating Jazz Club, a new series of jazz nights taking to the waters of the Thames this month. Whether you’re looking to impress a suitor with a classy date night, or simply inject a little more music into your 2019, you’re catered for here. The next nights are on March 26 and April 9: read on for more info, or pick up your tickets here.

Floating jazz club

The Floating Jazz Club is a concert quite unlike any other. For starters, how many times have you been to a gig that’s floating on the Thames? Hosted at the fabulous Tamesis Dock, the barge-turned-nightlife venue, you’ll hear the rhythms of excellent jazz before enjoying views of the London from the river. (Don’t worry, the performance space is all indoors so you’ll be nice and cosy!) A carefully-chosen selection of the UK’s best up-and-coming jazz bands will provide the tunes, and we’re sure it’s going to be a jazztastic evening.

Floating jazz club

Naturally, the bar will be open during your visit, and there’s a complimentary glass of prosecco included with your ticket. The Floating Jazz Club will leave you with a spring in your step and a song in your heart, so be sure not to miss it. All aboard!

Find your tickets to the Floating Jazz Club here.

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