MOST ICONIC JAZZ CLUBS IN NEW YORK CITY

The Cotton Club

The Cotton Club first opened its doors in 1920, known then as the Club Deluxe

The Apollo Theater

Apollo Theater’s neo-classical building—located at 253 West 125th Street—was designed and built by architect George Keister in 1913

The Savoy Ballroom

The Savoy Ballroom began operation on March 12, 1926, as one of the country’s first racially integrated public venues

The Village Vanguard

Known as New York City’s oldest remaining jazz clubs, the Village Vanguard was first opened by Max Gordon and Greenwich Avenue in 1934

Café Society

Open from 1938 to 1948, Café Society was one of New York City’s jazz clubs located on Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village.

Birdland

Jazz club Birdland joined the New York music scene at a time in which the city served as one of the country’s top locations for jazz performances

6 MOST ICONIC JAZZ CLUBS IN USA NEW YORK CITY

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