Smoke Jazz Club, A Cultural Cornerstone Of Harlem, Set For Ribbon-Cutting Led By City Council Member Gale Brewer

A ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring local dignitaries and a live jazz performance to celebrate the reopening of uptown’s premier jazz club, Smoke in Harlem.

After being closed for two years, this revered institution recently reopened after undertaking an impressive expansion and renovation that readies the venerable club for the post-pandemic 21st century.

Smoke’s return brings much-needed hope and rejuvenation to the city and the music community. 

New York City Council Member Gale Brewer, Co-Owners of Smoke Jazz Club Paul Stache and Molly Sparrow Johnson, and a live outdoor performance by some of today’s top jazz artists.

Thursday, September 1, 2022, at 3:30 – 4 pm EST

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SMOKE Jazz Club at 2751 Broadway (between 105/106th Streets), Harlem, New York, (Travel take the 1 Train, to 103th Street).

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