November 6-9, 2019

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Information About Concert-Only Tickets

At this time, any available concert-only tickets are *sold online only* at

Each year we set aside concert-only tickets for our local Kiawah-area residents so that you may enjoy our headline concerts, too!

Because demand is greater than supply for these tickets, we host a ticket lottery for interested persons which is announced through our newsletter 6-8 weeks in advance of Weekend of Jazz. We have found this to be the fairest process for interested guests to purchase concert-only tickets. You can subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here. (Your privacy is important to us and you can opt-out of the newsletter anytime.)

Weather-permitting, our headline shows will be held outdoors on the Grand Lawn at The Sanctuary and, if so, additional seats may be added and available the week of the event.

Seats would be made available in real-time and sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are sold as “Combos” for both Friday and Saturday shows and cost $119.00 plus taxes and fees ($128.10 total).

Weekend of Jazz is a partnership with Kiawah Island Golf Resort with the dual goal of creating a world-class event while attracting guests to book a package resort stay. KIGR offers a wide array of accommodations including the Forbes –Five Star and AAA, Five - Diamond Sanctuary Hotel, plentiful 1, 2 and 3 bedroom villa accommodations, or private homes which can be reserved throughout the event. Please call the resort at 800-654-2924 for specific pricing and availability.

About Earl Klugh

At the age of three, Klugh commenced training on the piano until he switched to the guitar at the age of ten. At the age of thirteen, Klugh was captivated by the guitar playing of Chet Atkins when Atkins made an appearance on the Perry Como Show.[2] Klugh was a performing guest on several of Atkins' albums. Atkins, reciprocating as well, joined Earl on his Magic In Your Eyes album. Klugh also appeared with Atkins on several television programs, including Hee Haw and a 1994 TV special entitled "Read my Licks". Klugh was also influenced by Bob James, Ray Parker Jr, Wes Montgomery and Laurindo Almeida. His sound is a blend of these jazz, pop and rhythm and blues influences, forming a potpourri of sweet contemporary music original to only him.[1]

Klugh's first recording, at age fifteen, was on Yusef Lateef's Suite 16.[3] He played on George Benson's White Rabbit album and two years later, in 1973, joined his touring band.[4]

For their album One on One, Klugh and Bob James received a Grammy award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance of 1981. He has since received 12 Grammy nominations, millions of record and CD sales, and continues touring worldwide to this day.

Klugh has recorded over 30 albums including 23 Top Ten charting records—five of them No. 1—on Billboard's Jazz Album chart. With 2008's The Spice of Life, Klugh earned his 12th career Grammy nomination—his second nomination and release on the independent Koch label.

Each spring, Klugh hosts a special Weekend of Jazz featuring jazz legends and greats at the Five-Star Broadmoor Hotel & Resort in Colorado Springs.[5] Jazz greats including Ramsey Lewis, Patti Austin, Chuck Mangione, Bob James, Joe Sample, Chris Botti, Roberta Flack, and Arturo Sandoval have all performed at the annual event set at the foot of the Colorado Rockies. In November 2010, Klugh brought the 'Weekend of Jazz' to Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina.