Friday, December 22nd at 7:00 pm, Ravenscroft welcomes We3 & Friends to the Jazzbird stage for the last Jazzbird Night of 2023! Featured artists include Nicole Pesce– Piano, Renee Patrick– Vocals, Suzanne Lansford– Violin, Sheila Early-Drums, and Mel Brown– Electric Bass.
We3 showcases the exquisite vocal stylings of Renee Patrick, complemented by virtuosic pianist Nicole Pesce and violinist Suzanne Lansford. These remarkable ladies collectively form a dynamic powerhouse of talent. Drummer Sheila Earley will be gracing the stage alongside the esteemed Grammy Award-winning bassist, Mel Brown, as they join We3 in delivering an eclectic blend of genres and beloved classics, along with select tracks from We3’s Christmas album. Join us for the last Jazzbird Night of the year as we enjoy a jolly evening filled with joyous melodies sure to ignite the holiday spirit!
Experience an evening filled with wonderful jazz and choose from a fine selection of wine, craft beers, and catered dinner options for purchase. Check back here or visit our Facebook page the Thursday before this event for a more detailed dining menu. Doors open at 6:00 pm, and the show begins at 7:00 pm.
Reservations for Jazzbird are now available. Click the “Get Tickets” button above to reserve your seats. Prices will range from $16-$28/each. For ticketing assistance, click the “TICKETING HELP” button to see step-by-step instructions on reserving seating in Jazzbird.
JAZZ & DINE
DECEMBER 22nd, 2023
CHARCUTERIE & ARTISAN CHEESE BOARD
AGED CHEDDAR, ST. ANDRE TRIPLE CREAM BRIE, AGED GOUDA, CRANBERRY GOAT CHEESE
PROSCIUTTO, SALAMI, SPICY CAPICOLA ASSORTED NUTS, GRAPES, STRAWBERRIES, PESTO,
JAMS, PICKLED JARDINIERE GRILLED BAGUETTE, GLUTEN FREE CRACKERS
MIXED GREENS SALAD
(SERVED WITH VEGETABLE SIDE AND DINNER ROLL)
BRAISED GREEN CHILI PORK
WHITE RICE, BROCCOLI
OVEN ROASTED BEEF BRISKET
WHITE RICE, BROCCOLI
VANILLA BEAN ICE CREAM
FOOD PROVIDED BY: CUISINE PRIVÉ
*ITEMS MAY BE SERVED RAW OR UNDERCOOKED. CONSUMING RAW OR UNDERCOOKED MEATS, POULTRY, SEAFOOD, SHELLFISH, OR EGGS MAY INCREASE YOUR RISK OF FOOD BORNE ILLNESS