University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Jazz in June concerts take place every Tuesday evening during the month of June in the Sheldon Sculpture Garden. The free concert series, held each Tuesday in June, will feature two sets of music from 7-7:45 p.m. and 8-8:45 p.m., respectively, with a 15-minute intermission. Beyond the performances, the series will include education outreach coordinated by community centers and artists.
For the first time in over 4 years, Jazz in June has a big street food festival again featuring 12 different food trucks! Everyone in Lincoln should come get dinner on Tuesday nights at the Jazz in June Food Festival! The market will offer food and drinks from 5 to 9 p.m. each Tuesday located on 12th Street between Q and R Street.
- UNL Dairy Store (Best Ice Cream!)
- Daffodil (Mediterranean)
- La Cocina (Mexican Food/Tacos)
- Mary Ellens (BBQ & Soul Food)
- Made It Myself Shaved Ice (Flavored Ice)
- Kouzina (Greek)
- Motorfood (Mac and Cheese, Sliders)
- Runza (Runza!!!!)
- Farmers Market Kettlecorn (Kettlecorn)
- Sweet Things by Marcy (Southern Style Desserts)
- Marshall Dogs (Hot Dogs)
- Ybor (Cuban Sandwiches)
Bike Valet will provide free, secure parking for bicycles from 5 p.m. until an hour after each concert at the east end of the market.
For more information about bike valet, contact Outdoor Adventure Center at 402-472-4777.
For more information about Jazz in June please contact us at email@example.com
To ensure the safety of guests, performers, volunteers and vendors, social distancing will be required per recommendations of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department. Those recommendations are subject to change. In addition, PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED at concerts. Jazz in June organizers respectfully request that concert goers leave their four-legged friends at home unless it is a service animal. Because of the nature of large crowds, the organizers want all patrons to enjoy the event.