Jazz Classic Venues
Sherman Jazz Museum
201 E. Lamar
The Sherman Jazz Museum is housed in the historic Masonic Lodge building (1924). Rooms feature larger-than-life murals, stacks of vinyl albums, vintage phonographs, and displays of trumpets owned by famous musicians from Dizzy Gillespie to Maynard Ferguson.
Building is not wheelchair accessible; use stairs with caution. Parking available nearby on street and in free parking lots.
400 N. Elm
The historic Kidd-Key Auditorium was completed in 1938 and seats nearly 1,300. Extensive restoration and renovation of the beautiful Art Deco concert hall by the City of Sherman, with generous support from Austin College, has preserved the historical significance of the building and transformed it into the heart of the Sherman Cultural District.
Parking options are street parking, handicap parking, and a parking lot. The building is wheelchair accessible.
Old Iron Post
101 N. Travis
An American bar and restaurant, live music, patio and indoor dining.
No cover for the Jazz After Dark events on Friday and Saturday, and Sunday Gospel Jazz Brunch.
Plenty of street parking.
Oliver Dewey Mayor Outdoor Stage
400 N. Elm
Outdoor stage on the Lawn of Kidd-Key Park, adjacent to Kidd-Key Auditorium.
Lawn seating - bring your own chair!
Enjoy fresh-baked beignets for sale from Cupcake & Company on Saturday morning, April 15, during the High School Jazz Band Showcase!