WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING:
Just wanted to say thanks for such a great performance. You guys rocked! Everyone had a blast, and the term "best band ever" was thrown about multiple times.
Our beloved Prohibition-era music aficionados, Baby Soda Jazz Band, have two free events Sunday 1/29/17 for your listening and dancing pleasure. The first is in upper Manhattan. The second, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:
Roger Morris Park, 65 Jumel Terrace, New York, NY 10032
(Between W.160th and W.162nd St.)
Explore the possibilities of hosting your wedding at Washington Heights’ Morris-Jumel Mansion during this free open house on Sunday, Jan. 29, 3 to 5pm*. The 250-year-old house—Manhattan’s oldest— once served as General George Washington’s HQ during the 1776 battle of New York and for 50 years was home to Eliza Jumel, one of America’s richest women and second wife to Vice President Aaron Burr.
Palomino Catering will be serving their signature small bites and refreshments, and Baby Soda Jazz Band will be performing in this unique, historic space. Morris-Jumel staff will be on hand to answer questions about the venue and its rental for your ceremony and/or reception, indoors and out. All free with RSVP!
*You do NOT need to be in the market for a wedding venue to attend!!
Experience Baby Soda in this popular speakeasy-styled bar, complete with Prohibition-era cocktails, and swing music fans on the dance floor.
This is Baby Soda’s regular Sunday night gig, and a great chance for prospective wedding clients to see the band in person.
Baby Soda’s videos are great, but they don’t do this band justice. Come experience them in this intimate setting.