Jazz'n the Vines at Wild Bush Farm + Vineyard is the Northshore's favorite outdoor concert venue. The concerts take place under the stars and amongst the vines in beautiful Bush, Louisiana and features exceptional music, Wild Bush wine, and great local food trucks.
Our May 20th concert features Amanda Shaw and the Cute Guys. A springtime tradition at the winery, Louisiana's own Amanda Shaw brings her band, The Cute Guys, to Jazz'n the Vines. Amanda's exceptional fiddle playing and upbeat personality are sure to have everyone smiling and tapping their feet, making for a great night at Wild Bush Farm + Vineyard!
Please go to wildbushfarmandvineyard.com for more information.
The Jazz'n the Vines outdoor concert series at Wild Bush Farm + Vineyard is a great evening for a date night, family outing or a get together with friends. Children are welcome, and free under 12. Pontchartrain Vineyards wines are available for tasting and purchase, and we will have local food trucks serving up some good eats. Bring your fest chairs, blankets and battery powered candles, but no bonfires, sky lanterns or outside drinks allowed.
Rain Policy: In the event of a rained out Jazz'n the Vines concert and the vineyard gates are not opened, guests should retain possession of their tickets (rain check). If the concert is rescheduled, your tickets will be valid for the new concert date. If the performer is not rescheduled, tickets may be transferred to another concert of your choice within the calendar year, or a refund will be issued.
Please be aware of your surroundings. We are an outdoor, functioning winery and vineyard, and surrounded by wooded areas where critters will occasionally dig holes overnight. We ask that attendees use care when walking in the field, recognizing that there may be debris or uneven surfaces and expressly assume the risk of injury arising out of a condition of the soil, trees, or crops growing from it, and release any person or entity that is otherwise responsible for these conditions. Children are welcome at Wild Bush, but we ask that they not enter the vineyard spaces, as the plants are young and vulnerable, and occasionally inhabited by wildlife.