2023 Jazz at the Mansion
In Honor of Carole Bohrer
Since 2010, the Bellamy Mansion Museum and Cape Fear Jazz Society have partnered to highlight locally, regionally, and nationally acclaimed jazz performers. On the second Thursday of each month May through September, join us for a concert on the lawn of the Bellamy at 6:30 pm. Performers range from solo songstresses to big bands with a little bit of something for every jazz lover.
Proceeds from ticket sales support the musicians, the Cape Fear Jazz Society, and the Bellamy Mansion Museum.
Thursday, May 11, 2023: Aaron Van Nynatten Quartet
Thursday, June 8, 2023: Jay Killman Quartet
Thursday, July 13, 2023: Teddy Burgh Trio
Thursday, August 10, 2023: Jim Ferris Trio
Thursday, September 14, 2023: El Jaye Johnson Quartet
Thursday, October 12, 2023: Make-up show for rained out--TBD
Shows are outdoors therefore weather permitting. In case of inclement weather, the show will be cancelled. Please check our website and Facebook page for updates if the weather looks iffy. There are no pre-sales of tickets for this reason. Tickets can be purchased at the gate the day-of beginning at 6 pm.
For information on sponsoring Jazz at the Mansion, please contact Leslie Morton at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (910)-251-3700 x305.
Tickets are purchased day-of at the Bellamy Mansion Museum.
There are no early ticket sales available. Ticket sales begin and gates open at 6 pm.
$25.00 General Admission
$20.00 Member and Volunteer Admission
(CFJS & Bellamy Members & Volunteers)
$15.00 Student/Active Military
(Students and Military w/ ID)
Bellamy Mansion Museum of History and Design Arts
503 Market St.
Wilmington, NC 28401
Plan on utilizing street parking which is abundant and FREE on the
blocks surrounding the Museum. Small, personal coolers are allowed.
Beverages (alcoholic & nonalcoholic) and snacks available for sale
during the concerts.
2023 Jazz at the Mansion Sponsors
The Bellamy Mansion Museum and Cape Fear Jazz Society acknowledge the enslaved African-descended individuals who not only constructed the Bellamy site but whose forced labor helped to build the economy and city of Wilmington. As attendees enjoy the jazz concerts on the back lawn in the shadow of the site's original slave quarters, let them not forget that jazz is a musical genre which originated in African-American communities.