Harlem is home to many free outdoor jazz concerts in the summer, but there's one that stands out: Jazzmobile's weekly series in front of beautiful Grant's Tomb.
And it's here through August.
As part of its annual Summerfest, the venerable Harlem-based jazz-promoting organization continues its season of live performances on the steps of the iconic General Grant National Memorial every Wednesday at 7pm through the end of the month.
Tonight's concert features the Danny Mixon Quartet, followed next week by Donald Harrison and his quartet, with lots more to come.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a chair and sit in the leafy plaza right in front of the classical mausoleum on Riverside Drive and 122nd Street.
Can't make it during the week? Free outdoor Jazzmobile concerts also take place in the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park every Friday at 7pm. Stop by this week as trombonist and composer Craig Harris performs live.