Venue Details

107 Star Starred
The Paramount Theatre
2025 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612
510-465-6400
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Member Tips

Pam Jensen
Park on the street for free, walk just 1-2 blocks!
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Pam Jensen
Dressing festively is fun, but not necessary.
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Mke Hughes
BART is just 500 feet away
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Goldstar Member
Have a drink in the lobby before the show and carry it with you into the theater.
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cheryl rosenthal
I love dressing up when i go out
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cheryl rosenthal
Drinks were good 9.00 for a premiumliquor
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Reviews & Ratings

29 ratings
4.9 average rating
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594 events
340 reviews
42 stars
attended Dec 10 2011

We enjoyed this event much more than we thought we would. It rocked in certain parts. They are all very talented musicians. We loved the diversity of the talent. Well... continued

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83 events
52 reviews
10 stars
attended Dec 10 2011

My wife and I really enjoyed Dave Koz's Christmas show at the Paramount Theater! Dave assembled a great jazz team that included Jonathan Butler, Rick Braun, etc., that... continued

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57 events
47 reviews
27 stars
attended Dec 10 2011

I've been to many of Dave Koz's Jazz Christmas' over the years and he's had many artists such as Brian Culbertson, Peter White and Chris Botti to name a few. He needs to... continued

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Website

http://www.goldenvoice.com/shows/details/?id=32962

Description

In a career that spans twenty years and a dozen albums, saxophonist Dave Koz has established himself as one of the most prominent figures in contemporary music. But as noteworthy as his body of recorded work and as entertaining his live performances and other past accomplishments might be, Koz finds himself in an era of dramatic and sweeping change where everything once taken for granted is suddenly up for grabs. For Koz and for all of us in this new century its a new day, full of new challenges and opportunities, and new rules that are still being written.

Koz embraces this era of change and even the uncertainty that comes with it on _Hello Tomorrow, _his first album for Concord Records. Released on October 12, 2010, _Hello Tomorrow _debuted at No. 1 on both _Billboard_’s Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart and iTunes Jazz Album chart and was named the Best Smooth Jazz Album of 2010 by iTunes. Hailed as an event record by The New York Times, it has already yielded two No. 1 singles: “Put The Top Down,” which spent 18 weeks at No. 1 on the Mediabase Smooth A/C chart (the longest stint at No. 1 of any of Koz’s chart-topping hits) and “Anything’s Possible.”