Venue Details

5 Star Starred
Arts Garage
180 NE 1st Street Delray Beach, FL 33444
561-450-6357
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Courtney P.
You certainly can partake in any of the excellent restaurants off Atlantic Ave in downtown and then catch the show, if you'd like! But, why not take advantage of the fact you can b.y.o.b.! Bring any kind of food or drink you want, but you have to provide your own cups, plates, silverware.
The Trouble With Doug dining May 12 2014 star this tip starred
Courtney P.
Depending on if you attend a matinee or evening performance, you may have trouble with parking, or it could be a breeze! There is a garage conveniently located in the same building as the theatre. There is a lot across the street, or there is meter parking along all the streets in downtown.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.9 average rating
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17 events
8 reviews
2 stars
attended Jul 17 2014

Outstanding! We are new to the area and will make this venue one of our favorites.

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26 events
22 reviews
10 stars
attended Sep 05 2014

Met our friends and had a great table . Elsten sang for 2 1/2 hours. It was fantastic. Arts Garage is our favorite jazz spot and Goldstar makes it happen often!

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16 events
9 reviews
0 stars
attended Sep 06 2014

I went with 4 friends 2 of whom paid full price throughout the Arts Garage and 3 of us used Goldstar for the same Premium seating. Because I am a repeat client of the Gargae, it is. Phenomenal intimate venue for great talent; I called the office...continued

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Website

http://artsgarage.org/

Description

Arts Garage is a BYOW (Bring your Own Whatever) venue. Patrons may bring their own food, beverages, cutlery and cups.

Schedule (subject to change):

September 12, 2014: Polly Gibbons with the Shelley Berg Trio
Polly Gibbons is one of the most respected singer-songwriters of her generation, and is making her North American debut at Arts Garage. Her nomination for a BBC Jazz Award back in 2006, with no album release to her name, was a clear indication of just how special a singer and performer Polly is. With warm, rich, soulful vocals and an innate blues sensibility, Polly has been likened to many of the jazz and soul greats, while bringing her own storytelling and earnest depth alongside unique humor and fun to performances.

September 13, 2014: Christian Howes
Nominated for “Violinist of the Year” by the Jazz Journalists Association, voted first place in the Downbeat Critics’ Poll (Rising Stars) in 2011, and voted among the top three violinists in the Jazz Times Critics’ Poll (2013), Christian Howes headlined six nights at Lincoln Center in 2013, and recently toured Ukraine at the invitation of the U.S. Embassy. A former Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music, Christian helps string players and teachers expand into improvisation, contemporary styles and related subjects through his Creative String Academy.

September 26, 2014: Jowee Omicil
More than just a player, Jowee Omicil is a unique and prolific composer, producer, arranger, vocalist, band leader and music instructor who has devoted much of his time to passing down his broad knowledge of musicology to students of all ages. On May 18, 2010, Jowee had the honor of being invited to President Barack Obama’s White House to play his music for its inaugural observation of Haitian Flag Day before 150 VIP guests. With his latest release, Naked, Jowee offers a work that is steeped in purpose yet listener-friendly and accessible to all. In essence, that is the only way he knows to approach the making of his music.