The Pacific Hills Courtyard Jazz Series is back for for 2021! Omaha area musicians will perform in the courtyard at Pacific Hills Lutheran Church three times this Summer.
Julie Baker and The Omaha "Quarantines" will kickoff the series with a performance at 7:00 PM on June 13, 2021.
Julie Baker's gifts and talent as vocalist, educator, director, performer and choreographer have brought her to the place where she is today. Her life has come full circle as she once again is focusing on her love of performing - just as she did where it all began back in the small town of Ericson, Nebraska.
Mark Haar and Jennifer Novak Haar perform together extensively around Omaha, the Midwest, and beyond. They toured nationally with the Mannheim Steamroller Christmas 2019 tour, play for Broadway touring productions and local theater, with the Omaha, Lincoln, Sioux City and Sioux Falls Symphonies, and in many jazz venues in the area. They are joined by drummer Doug Montera.
Courtyard Jazz Series Schedule 2021
June 13, 7:00 PM — Julie Baker and The Omaha "Quarantines"
July 11, 7:00 PM — Matt Wallace and Cuban Missile Crisis
August 8, 7:00 PM — Tuffy Epstein Band
Performances will be in the Moorhead courtyard on the south side of the church. Pacific Hills Lutheran church is at 90th & Pacific (1110 S 90th St.).
These performances are Co-Sponsored by the Music Performance Fund and the Omaha Musicians’ Association
Mobile Grace Food Truck
The Mobile Grace Food Truck will be on location 1 hour before the performance.
Mobile Grace is an extension of Table Grace!
The food truck offers Burgers and Spuds- many ways and you name your price! They are a food truck for everyone and every budget!
Vouchers are an opportunity for people to pay it forward to others who may eat at the truck or café who are not able to pay for their meal with money but may offer time as a volunteer. The vouchers are $8 each and cover a meal. You are welcome to buy as many as you would like or simply donate above and beyond the cost of your meal and we will put that funding toward future patrons in need.