Music of the Greats – Jazz up Your February
February may be the shortest month, but the final doorway between winter and spring can feel like forever to cross. If you want to forget about the cold and have a classy evening of fun, the Dakota has a lot to be excited about.
On February 6th is the music of Patsy Cline. The Dakota describes it: “In this powerful 90-minute stage performance, Joyann Parker and her seasoned band showcase the most popular and best-loved of Patsy’s songs, woven beautifully in-between stories of her life and career. Joyann has an uncanny and authentic way of channeling the classic vocals of the legendary Patsy Cline. This is a must-see show that has sold out over 10 times!” The show is at 7; tickets are $15-$25.
Celebrate a late Valentine’s Day – or an into-Valentines with The Etta James Experience: Greats Gone 2 Soon on February 15th. You can catch it at 7 or 9:30 pm. Tickets are $30/25 for both shows. See below for discounted parking.
A real throwback to legendary talents of yesteryear happens on Louis Armstrong night – Sunday, February 24th. The Southside Aces are known for their authentic New Orleans dance-hall style. Access this show for just a $10 cover.
On February 25th, Mick Sterling and Wain McFarlane will perform a Night of Ray Charles. Show is at 7; tickets are $15-$25.
You can enjoy nearby safe ramp parking for just $6 at the Park and Shop ramps. The discount is valid all day Sundays and after 4 pm the rest of the week. Do something goof for your soul. Check the Dakota’s full calendar here.