The band was formed in 1969 and began their first residency in late 1970. This was at The Vine at Shavington near Nantwich in Cheshire where they played fortnightly on Thursdays for eight years.
After leaving The Vine, The Salt City Jazzmen had residencies at the Railway Hotel and The Bowling Green pub in Nantwich, The Red Lion, Wybunbury, The Red Lion, Nantwich, The Royal Oak, Worleston, The Old Barbridge Inn, Barbridge (they were here for over 17 years), The Jolly Tar, Barbridge, the Rising Sun, Wistaston Green and The Nags Head, Crewe, until moving early in 2014 to their present venue, The Elephant, Shavington.
Opened in 1871 this 10 Hectare park has been awarded her 10th Green Flag Award (2017.)
Park Facilities include
- Children's Play area
- Bowling Green
- Floral displays and ornamental lawn areas
- Large open space
The Pavilion was designed and built in 1887 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria and acted as a social focus within the park.
The Pavilion offers a light refreshment and informal dining service whilst providing some of the best views over the Jubilee Gardens.
'Stock at The Pavilion' is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee and slice of homemade cake in the day or a glass of wine or continental beer in the evening. Offering a wide range of informal meals, which are all freshly prepared on the premises using locally sourced ingredients, the menu consists of traditional English and Mediterranean favourites with a modern twist.
Stock at The Pavilion is known as being the perfect venue for birthdays, christenings and celebrations as well as its hugely popular theme nights.
Whilst every effort goes into ensuring this gig listing is accurate and up to date, always check with the venue before you travel.
Limited Seating Available