Jazz sax sensation, Dayve Stewart, takes the stage at the third annual Corks & Forks…and all that Jazz! on Thursday, April 20 presented by Mercedes-Benz of Orlando.

Performing locally at JazzTastings, Stewart entertains audiences with his silver saxophone and creates memorable performances long after the curtain closes. He has toured with double GRAMMY™️ winning artist Paul Brown, Ray Charles Tribute, and the legendary 11x GRAMMY™️ winning Al Green to name a few. Stewart has completed two Jazz infused, stellar world tours that aired on television as a documentary. Stewart’s unique sound can also be heard on GRAMMY™️ nominated Jamison Ross album released on Concord Jazz Record label.

Additional artists include Christopher Baptiste, Lavon Rushing, Tim Timmons, and Yoshi.

While enjoying live Jazz throughout the evening, guests will dine on samples of signature dishes from some of the finest local chefs and restaurants along with fine wines, spirits, and beer from favorite local and national brands.

Tickets are on sale now for $65 for general admission and $125 for VIP with additional perks including exclusive early entry to the VIP reception at 5 p.m., exclusive access to the VIP lounge, hors d’oeuvres, and a premium open bar with full pours. All proceeds benefit Venue on Lake Lily.

Fast Facts: 3rd Annual Corks & Forks…and all that Jazz!

  • Thursday, April 20, 2023
  • 6 – 9 p.m. (rain or shine)
  • Venue on Lake Lily
    641 S. Maitland Avenue
    Maitland, Florida 32751
  • General Admission and VIP tickets: www.corksandforksmaitland.com
    @corksandforksmaitland on Facebook and Instagram, #corksandforksmaitland

Some of the platinum-level sponsors include Barfield Fence, Certified Financial Group, Charlan Brock Architects, and MiGre Engineers LLC. For a complete list of generous sponsors, visit www.corksandforksmaitland.com.

“Signature events such as Corks & Forks celebrate Maitland’s history, charm, and community spirit. Venue at Lake Lily proudly anchors our community and serves as the hub of fellowship and philanthropy for generations to come to embrace and enjoy,” said the President of Venue on Lake Lily Renee Charlan.

Founded and funded in the 1960s by individual members, The Maitland Civic Center has thrived for decades as the epicenter of Maitland’s social, civic, and cultural life. As with all places that enjoy rare tenure, the civic center, now known as Venue on Lake Lily is continuing its journey as a vital member of the community by exploring ways to evolve and redefine its purpose, position, and promise within the community.

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