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End of Summer Party at the Statuary

Friday, September 9th, 6pm-10pm

The Statuary

Multicultural audience enjoying watching and listening to live jazz music in the garden of a residential building in Jersey City Heights.
Chris Woodard Photography

Come party with us! The Statuary has brought you a Summer of Swing featuring Edmar Castañeda, Akiko Tsuruga, Billy Hart, Camille Thurman, Bruce Williams, Houston Person and our own Ted Chubb and now we want to send you into the next season with an End of Summer Party at the Statuary. Follow us on our Instagram, @thestatuary, as we leak out our next special guest.

Guest Info – A suggested music donation of $25 is appreciated. All music donations go toward artist fees for this and future events. As the great singer Abbey Lincoln said "You gotta pay the band!"

Doors Open: 6pm Music Starts: 7pm Food: Taquito’s Mexicanos and Bop-corn Drink: $5 Beer & Wine, by suggested donation

RSVP: Please let us know if you will or will not be attending by Sept 7th. Walk-ins are welcome, however audience members who have responded with an RSVP will be prioritized as we reach capacity. If you are not on our mailing list to receive the RSVP, please contact

About "The Statuary'' - "Where the line between the band and the audience ceases to exist. Jersey City's intimate home for jazz, art, and culture." The Statuary originated in 1907 as the Jersey Statuary Company of Jersey City where the two-story house was Gino DeSanctis's, sculptor and painter, workshop. In 2007, the building was converted into an active artist live/work/present space that has since been a home for community members to celebrate artistic expression, diversity, inclusion, and love through music. The Statuary echoes the mood of the 1970s Jazz Loft scene and provides a platform for innovative and culturally significant local, regional, and national musical talent in combination with visual art and multimedia presentations to create an ethereal atmosphere akin to the history that has shaped this one of a kind space.

This event is in partnership with RiverviewJazz.Org and supported by public funds from the Jersey City Arts and Culture Trust Fund.


  • Wheelchair Accessible

  • Accessibility parking (1) available with 24 hour notice by contacting 201-936-7191.

COVID-19 Protocols

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Phone: (201) 936-7191


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