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DEC 21, 2022
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts – Ruth Finley Person Theater, Santa Rosa, CA
Concert Tickets tour 2022-2023
- Dave Koz (1990)
- Lucky Man (1993)
- The Dance (1999)
- Saxophonic (2003)
- At the Movies (2007)
- Hello Tomorrow (2010)
- Summer Horns (2013) (with Tower of Power, Chicago, and Earth, Wind & Fire horns)
- Smooth Jazz Hits: The Ultimate Collection (2014)
- Collaborations: 25th Anniversary Collection (2017)
How to Buy Tour Ticket?
Before you purchase tickets to see Dave Koz, keep the following things in mind: depending on the venue, you might be able to buy tickets online or through an authorized ticket outlet. If presale tickets are available, they will usually go on sale before tickets become available to the general public. You can also try signing up for Dave Koz’s fan club or mailing list– doing so may give you access to presale codes and other special offers.
VIP a Ticket
Make the most of your Dave Koz experience by buying VIP tickets! You’ll appreciate being in the front row or having backstage access, and you may even get to meet Dave himself. Although VIP tickets generally cost more than regular tickets, verify the price before deciding whether to buy.
Dave Koz’s concerts are unforgettable, so don’t take the risk of missing even a second by waiting to get your tickets at the last minute.
If you’re a fan of smooth jazz, I would definitely recommend seeing Dave Koz in concert. The music was great and his saxophone playing was incredible. We got VIP tickets, which were worth it because we got to sit in the front row and meet Dave after the show.
I wasn’t sure what I would think of a Dave Koz concert, but I ended up loving it. He’s an incredible musician and puts on an excellent show. Although the VIP tickets were rather costly, they did come with some great benefits like being able to go backstage and meet Dave after the performance. All in all, it was a wonderful experience that any fan of smooth jazz should consider checking out for themselves.
I hadn’t listened to Dave Koz before the concert, but I appreciated his music and showmanship. The VIP tickets were a little expensive, but they came with some great bonuses like hanging out backstage and meeting Dave after the performance. All in all, it was a fantastic experience that fans of smooth jazz would enjoy.
Biography & Tour
David S. “Dave” Koz is an American smooth jazz saxophonist. He was born in Encino, California to Jewish parents Norma (a dental hygienist) and Harry Koz (a pharmacist). Dave graduated from William Howard Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles. Although he studied business at the University of California in Los Angeles, he dropped out after one year to follow his passion for music.
At age 19, he started his professional music career, playing with Bobby Caldwell, Jonathan Butler, Jeffrey Osborne and Richard Marx. He also became musical director for Bette Midler and opening act for Natalie Cole. In 1990, he released his self-titled debut album that reached No. 8 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz chart.
In 1990, Dan Kuramoto, June Kuramoto, and Martin Pizzarelli joined together with Koz to create the band Hiroshima. The group East was created soon after and was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Koz co-hosted The Dave Koz Morning Show on 94.7 The Wave in Los Angeles starting 1993 and resigned three years later to focus exclusively on his music.