Update 11/15/19: Cezanne Jazz Club in Montrose has closed, along with the Black Labrador. It is expected to reopen in a new location in 2020.
Raise your glass to world-class musical performances by jazz musicians at the Cezanne Jazz Club in Montrose.
Located in the heart of Montrose, the moody and low-lit neighborhood haunt known as the Cezanne Jazz Club is considered to be one of the foremost jazz clubs in the southwest United States.
Open Friday and Saturday evenings from 9pm to midnight, Cezanne hosts two sets each night with the first set taking place from 9pm to 10:15pm, a 30-minute break between sets for tables to clear out, and a second set from 10:45pm to midnight.
Though only a 40-seat venue, the quaint, weekend-only space hosts an impressive roster of locally- and nationally-recognized acts of varying jazz sub-genres, a full bar for all your libation needs, and even a humble dinner menu for customers that arrive with an appetite.
Before You Visit
Though the Cezanne Jazz Club is a 21 and up establishment, minors are permitted when escorted by their parent or legally appointed guardian.
Visitors should note that there are no advance tickets available for purchase and a general cover charge of $10 is always required unless otherwise noted on their calendar.
The club operates on a first-come, first-served basis. To best ensure a great
seat, the club recommends arriving between 8:30pm to 9pm when their doors open to choose your seat.
Couldn’t make it to the first performance? Don’t sweat it because there is always a second set that takes place starting at 10:45pm. And if you do feel like sticking around for the additional performance, folks should note that the cover charge allows you to attend both sessions—unless otherwise noted by the club.
Visitors should also note that the Cezanne is not wheelchair accessible. The venue is located above the Black Lab and is only accessible by stairs on the interior of the restaurant.