Live music in Bath city centre
Acoustic, jazz and swing in the atmospheric former Victorian railway station ticket hall
Live music at the Braz
Wednesday - Saturday evenings from 7.30pm (approx.)
Live music at the Brasserie varies in styles from dynamic duos, to modern trios to a Hot Club style quintet. The music is always melodic, and quiet enough for conversation and naturally of a very high standard.
Our regular performers include: Dan Reid, Gavin Lazarus, James Lambeth, Andy Kinsman, Jon Green, and Rob Wilson.
Wednesday 23rd May | Dan Reid Trio
Thursday 24th May | Gavin Lazarus Band
Friday 25th May | Take 3
Saturday 26th May | Mike Collins Trio
Live music at Green Park Brasserie
The Brasserie has become one of Bath's hotspots for live music and dining. One of the longest established restaurants in Bath we've welcome musicians from across the South West and Bath since 1992.
Please note: on Wednesday 30th May our live music will be alfresco on our shared terrace with Bath Pizza Co rather than inside the Brasserie.
James Lambeth Trio
From Morrissey to Sinatra, James Lambeth is a smooth jazz vocalist who plays with his swing band. Lambeth has been playing the Brasserie for many years.
Gavin Lazarus is a dynamic professional singer specialising in jazz and swing. Inspired by Frank Sinatra and Peggy Lee, Gavin has been playing the Green Park Brasserie for over 5 years.
Dan Reid is an outstanding trumpeter, lyrical with a big Chet Baker influence and a beautiful, controlled, quiet tone.
Kinsman is one of Bath's finest Saxophonist who's played the London Coliseum, the Barbican and V-Festival.
Jazz House Trio
Based in 60's jazz. Jazz House Trio are the go to backing band for visiting touring jazz stars.
Guitar and Sax led band, bringing the house down with great jazz funk.
Live music at Bath Pizza Co
Our sister business, Bath Pizza Co (directly behind the Brasserie) host alfresco live music sessions throughout the spring and summer months.
Join us every Thursday evening from 6pm (approx) under the stunning glass vaulted Victorian roof of Green Park Station.