Reserved Area – $35 (table/chair included)

General Admission: Advanced  – $25 | Day of — $30 (bring lawn chair)

Children under 12 yrs – FREE (General Admission Area – bring lawn chair)



12 noon   Signal Quartet

1:30pm    Jerome Clark & Friends

3:00pm    Lori Lefevre

4:30pm    496 West

6:00pm    Lindsey Webster




Doors @ 11:30am / No outside food or beverage / Rain or Shine event / Umbrellas not permitted /
FREE PARKING (Centennial Lot) / Smoking allowed in designated areas only 


Lindsey Webster

Lindsey Webster’s roots span the worlds of R&B, Pop, Rock, Jazz and beyond. Her flawless range has been compared to Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston and Minnie Ripperton, while her breezy and poetic songwriting is reminiscent of Sade. Webster’s refreshing approach has garnered two Billboard #1’s and seven Top 10’s on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Chart.

496 West

496 West connects somewhere between contemporary jazz, R&B, soul, a sprinkling of the blues and, of course, gospel jazz. They offer a variety of combos featuring soulful vocals, a powerhouse horn section, killer keys, silky strings, and indispensable percussions.  Performances include music for related listening to an all out party.

Lori Lefevre

Through her work in music and theatre, Lori has performed throughout the United States and Europe. Back in her home town of Toledo she has been singing jazz for the last three decades. Lori is a frequent performer at concerts and festivals throughout Michigan, and Ohio and has been the featured vocalist with the Toledo Jazz Orchestra, The Paul Keller Orchestra and The Masters of Jazz.

Jerome Clark & Friends

Jerome Clark is a versatile musician, guitarist, vocalist, and composer based in Detroit, Michigan. During the past two decades Jerome has performed at Bakers, The Bird of Paradise, Floods, The Chicago Theater, The Charles H. Wright Museum, Andy’s Jazz Club. (Chicago),The Finn & Porter Restaurant, Cliff Bells, Alvins, La Musique Restaurant and countless private engagements.

Signal Quartet

Signal Quartet is a collective musical ensemble based in Southeast Michigan consisting of Ben Wolkins on Trumpet and Flugelhorn, Ian Blunden on Guitar, Eric Nachtrab on Bass and Sean Perlmutter on Drums. The group’s repertoire is comprised of original compositions by members of the band which serve as springboards for far-reaching improvisations.

“The Great Lakes Jazz Society is supported in part by American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds allocated by the City of Toledo and the Lucas County Commissioners and administered by The Arts Commission”