THE DOC WATKINS TRIO MAKES LIVE MUSIC RETURN WITH OUTDOOR JAZZ CONCERT IN THE BUD LIGHT COURTYARD AT THE AT&T CENTER ON OCTOBER 10
For the first time since March, jazz fans across the Alamo City can look forward to enjoying a live concert with The Doc Watkins Trio, presented by Jazz, TX, on Saturday, Oct. 10. The event will take place under the stars in the Bud Light Courtyard at the AT&T Center. Tickets are available at ATTCenter.com and Ticketmaster.com.
Parking is complimentary in Lot 2 of the AT&T Center, and classic concession items from Rock & Brews ̶ with over 15 different types of craft and domestic beers ̶ will be available for contact-free ordering and delivery in the Bud Light Courtyard. The show will remain compliant with social distancing guidelines put forth by local and state jurisdictions, allowing fans to enjoy the experience from the comfort of their own table with seating for groups of two, four, or six positioned at least six feet from other tables. Each group will be given an assigned area to ensure that safe physical distancing is accessible throughout the event. Guests will be required to wear a mask when not actively eating or drinking and will go through a wellness check upon entering the Bud Light Courtyard. For COVID-19 related questions, and the AT&T Center’s commitment to safety protocols, visit attcenter.com/ourpromise.
Doc Watkins is a pianist, vocalist, bandleader, and the owner of Jazz, TX. Watkins co-hosts the weekly radio show, “Live at Jazz, TX” which airs Saturday nights on Texas Public Radio. Watkins currently performs over two hundred shows per year with multiple groups under his name, and has released seven albums to date, covering multiple genres including Classical, Jazz, Blues, and Texas Swing. Watkins has toured extensively throughout the U.S., Canada, Russia, and Europe, and has performed twice at Carnegie Hall. In 2016, Watkins opened his own music venue, Jazz, TX. During the pandemic, Jazz, TX was able to transport their audience to a virtual experience by offering live performances, available for streaming here. His latest album release features Big Band arrangements of classic Texas Swing tunes.