OAKHURST Neighborhood Association presents the 19th season of Oakhurst Jazz Nights!

Hundreds of jazz lovers will be headed to Oakhurst and picnicking at sunset to enjoy some of the best jazz artists in the southeast. The Oakhurst Neighborhood Association announces another great season of free outdoor jazz concerts Thursdays in April & September.


A HUGE thanks goes out to all of our sponsors, including: Petmeisters, Arlene Dean Homes, Mathew Morgan of Oakhurst Electric, DoubleDome Digital Marketing, and Chad Carter & Associates, Tier3MD, Spaulding Injury Law and especially our host: The Solarium – Community Center of South Decatur.

Fall2022 Concert Series

  • 1THURS SEPT 1ST – Matt Wauchope Trio

    2THURS SEPT 8TH – Trio Jockamo with Will Scruggs

  • 3THURS SEPT 15TH – Hibbard Wright Project with Mace Hibbard, Trey Wright, Marc Miller and Justin Chesarek

    4THURS SEPT 22ND – Diane Durrett and Soul Suga

    5THURS SEPT 29TH – Bonaventure Quartet with Amy Pike


All concerts begin at 7 pm and end at 9 pm and are free and open to the public. The location is the lawn in front of The Solarium at 321 W. Hill St. 30030 in the Oakhurst neighborhood of Decatur.

In case of rain, the concert will move inside the Solarium.

Masks must be worn inside the Solarium at all times.

To keep our Jazz Nights as enjoyable as possible for everyone please observe these simple rules:

  • 1Blankets Only – No Lawn Chairs
  • 2Throw Away Your Trash – Garbage Cans Provided as well as Recycling Bins.
  • 3Kids are warmly welcomed. Please keep an eye on your own children at all times. We have some traffic on a nearby street and personal property at neighboring residences and business that could be potentially dangerous for unattended children.
  • 4We have new and improved landscaping on The Solarium grounds. Please be extra cautious not to trample the new flower beds.
  • 5The Solarium is not a playground and is only to be used for bathrooms during the event. Please be mindful of your children since we have had costly property destruction in the past.