Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet
The Oxford American magazine is excited to welcome the Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet to the South on Main stage! This is the second show of their Jazz Sub-Series. The series is made possible in part by presenting sponsor UCA College of Fine Arts & Communication, as well as their season sponsor University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
“[Marsalis’s] playing is eccentric within graceful boundaries, concerned with polyrhythm as science, history and gamesmanship, full of technique used to nonslick ends...Discipline and strategy are written deeply into the band.”
—New York Times
The youngest of siblings Wynton, Branford, and Delfeayo, Jason Marsalis and his brothers and father comprise New Orleans’s venerable "first family of jazz." Jason is well known for his fine drumming, working with his father’s group, as well as the great pianist Marcus Roberts. He also performs as a vibraphonist with various groups—including his own and was the winner in the 2013 Downbeat Magazine’s Critics Poll in the category of Rising Star Vibes.
Since 2007, Jason has been actively touring with his Vibes Quartet, which includes bassist Will Goble, drummer David Potter, and pianist Austin Johnson. The band performs original music, as well as many hidden gems in jazz literature and beyond. Jason’s playing is unique and draws from a wide range of influences, and his knack for selecting compositions that cover a range of moods, rhythms, and emotions make for a compelling artistic statement.
His release, Heirs of the Crescent City (Elm Records), turned out to be a sort of love letter to New Orleans, utilizing its traditions while expanding on them with new ideas. This original music was inspired by such artists as Louis Armstrong, Warren “Baby” Dodds, Professor Longhair, Fats Domino, The Wild Magnolias, James Black, the Meters, Eddie Bo, and the recently departed Allen Toussaint. All of the elements of New Orleans music such as traditional, Mardi Gras, funk, and second line are represented on the album.
November 14, 2019 - 8:00 PM
$42 = Premium Reserved Table
$40 = Reserved Table
$30 = General Admission
TICKET PRICE SERVICE CHARGE TOTAL PER TICKET $42.00 $6.25 $48.25 $40.00 $6.00 $46.00 $30.00 $4.50 $34.50
- Becoming a subscriber guarantees the same table for every performance in the series.
- Doors open 2 hours prior to each show.
- Tickets are available for pickup only on the night of the show when doors open.
- The venue does not have an on-site box office. Tickets are only sold via Metrotix, or, on the night of the show when the doors open (if tickets remain.)
- Buying a reserved or premium reserved ticket guarantees you that specific seat. Seating at tables and countertops is "family style." If you do not purchase all the seats at your table, you will be seated with other patrons.
- General Admission Ticketholders - You may sit at stools at the bar, perimeter chairs not at tables, or you may stand. You are not guaranteed a seat, as seating is limited and only available first-come-first-seated when the doors open. Once all General Admission chairs are taken, there will only be standing room for all other General Admission ticketholders.
- South on Main does not take reservations for ticketed concerts.
- Food is served before and throughout the concert.
- Shows are all ages. Everyone must have a ticket to attend.
- Free surface lot parking is available.
- Additional Info: http://southonmain.com/pages/faq-ticketing-seating/
METROTIX SALES END: Noon day of show
South on Main
1304 Main Street , Little Rock, Arkansas 72202