Learn How

We need your help in 2018

Support All About Jazz All About Jazz is looking for 1,000 backers to help fund our 2018 projects that directly support jazz. You can make this happen by purchasing ad space or by making a donation to our fund drive. In addition to completing every project (listed here), we'll also hide all Google ads and present exclusive content for a full year!

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Address

10 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
ph. 212-258-9595

Events

Date Event Time (Price)
Dec10Sun Renee Rosnes Deep In Blue Featuring Melissa Aldana, Steve Nelson (12/7-12/8), Peter Washington And Lenny White 7:30 pm
Dec11Mon New York Youth Symphony: Ted Nash, Extended Works 7:30 pm
Dec12Tue Marquis Hill Blacktet With Special Guest Willie Pickens 7:30 pm
Dec13Wed Marquis Hill Blacktet With Special Guest Willie Pickens 7:30 pm
Dec14Thu Bria Skonberg 9:30 pm
Dec15Fri Riley’s Red Hot Holidays 7:30 pm
Dec16Sat Riley’s Red Hot Holidays 7:30 pm

Related

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Love may be in the eye of the beholder but this self-described “club in the sky” has got it all or as Billie Holiday has been known to sing, “more and more and then some.”

This is not an easy accomplishment. Navigating the imposing marble, glass and steel interior of the Time Warner Center that houses Jazz at Lincoln Center can seem a bit daunting even for a seasoned jazz-goer. Whether you enter from Broadway fronting Columbus Circle into the shopping mall or from W. 60th Street, it's hard to believe that there's a cozy, inviting spot on the fifth floor; the elevators look so corporate and put you off. But what a wonderful world it is once you've made it through those big wooden doors and into this gorgeous house of sound, one of three venues (including Frederick P. Rose Hall and The Appel Room) envisioned and realized by JALC founder and jazz visionary, Wynton Marsalis, which officially opened Oct. 18th, 2004.

read more

Alcohol served: Yes

Takes reservations: Yes

Wheelchair accessible: Yes

Accepts credit cards: Yes

Directions:

By Car: From Long Island

Take Long Island Expressway to Midtown Tunnel. Follow signs to Uptown/West Side and go cross-town at 34th Street to 8th Avenue. Turn right onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, making another right onto Broadway. Make a quick left onto West 60th Street. Parking garages can be found on West 60th Street.

From Southern New Jersey

Take the Lincoln or Holland Tunnels.

From Lincoln Tunnel take the exit on the left towards 40th Street and North. Turn left onto West 42nd Street. Turn right onto 10th Avenue, continuing all the way to 58th Street. Turn right onto West 58th Street. Turn right onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, making another right onto Broadway. Make a quick left onto West 60th Street. Parking garages can be found on West 60th Street. From Holland Tunnel follow signs to Exit 1 (Uptown and Canal Street) into Laight Street. Follow Laight Street to West Side Highway (Joe DiMaggio Highway). Follow to 56th Street, staying to the right after 42nd Street. Turn right onto West 56th Street. Turn left onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, making another right onto Broadway. Make a quick left onto West 60th Street. Parking garages can be found on West 60th Street.

From Northern New Jersey

Take I-95 North/US-9 North/US 1 North. This becomes I-95 North/Upper Level George Washington Bridge/US-9. Take the Henry Hudson Parkway/178th Street exit. Follow signs to Henry Hudson Parkway South/West Side Highway (Joe DiMaggio Highway). Merge onto Henry Hudson Parkway South. Take the West 79th Street (Boat Basin) exit. Follow the circle and exit onto 79th street. Turn right onto West End Avenue, heading south. Turn left onto West 56th Street. Turn left onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, making another right onto Broadway. Make a quick left onto West 60th Street. Parking garages can be found on West 60th Street.

From Southern Connecticut

Take I-95 South to Cross Bronx Expressway, taking the last Manhattan exit (leading towards George Washington Bridge). Follow the Henry Hudson Parkway South. Take the West 79th Street (Boat Basin) exit. Follow the circle and exit onto 79th street. Turn right onto West End Avenue, heading south. Turn left onto West 56th Street. Turn left onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, making another right onto Broadway. Make a quick left onto West 60th Street. Parking garages can be found on West 60th Street.

From Westchester County

Travel south to get onto Route 9 South (from Saw Mill Parkway). Route 9 becomes Henry Hudson Parkway South/West Side Highway (Joe DiMaggio Highway). Take Henry Hudson Parkway South to the West 79th Street (Boat Basin) exit. Follow the circle and exit onto 79th street. Turn right onto West End Avenue, heading south. Turn left onto West 56th Street. Turn left onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, making another right onto Broadway. Make a quick left onto West 60th Street. Parking garages can be found on West 60th Street.

From Rockland County/Upstate New York

Take New York State Thruway south to Palisades Parkway south to the George Washington Bridge. Cross the bridge and follow signs to Henry Hudson Parkway South/West Side Highway (Joe DiMaggio Highway). Merge onto Henry Hudson Parkway South. Take the West 79th Street (Boat Basin) exit. Follow the circle and exit onto 79th street. Turn right onto West End Avenue, heading south. Turn left onto West 56th Street. Turn left onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, making another right onto Broadway. Make a quick left onto West 60th Street. Parking garages can be found on West 60th Street.

By Subway:

Take the A, B, C, D, #1 trains to 59th Street/Columbus Circle.

By Bus:

The M5, M7, M10, M11 and M104 bus lines all stop within one block of Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Page maintained by Jessica Moore | 46,632 views

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola is Near

New York City Newark


Attended a Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola concert?

Share your experience by posting a comment...

comments powered by Disqus

Support All About Jazz's Future

We need your help and we have a deal. Contribute $20 and we'll hide the six Google ads that appear on every page for a full year!