Tallahassee Senior Center’s popular Lunchtime Coffeehouse Concerts showcase a variety of accomplished musicians in a warm and friendly atmosphere.  Whether you’re a fan of folk, blues, or something in between, our concerts will provide the perfect lunchtime escape.

Whether you bring your own lunch or pre-order a catered meal, take the time to unwind in the middle of the day and enjoy some great music. We bring you a mid-day break that’s both relaxing and entertaining.

For concert questions, please contact Ruth Nickens: email Ruth.Nickens@talgov.com phone 850-891-4042


Fiddle Tune Jams
Returns September 27! Wednesdays, from 12:00 – 2:00 pm

Looking for a fun way to spend your Wednesdays? Look no further than the Fiddle Tune Jam. You won’t want to miss out on the fun and the chance to listen to some amazing sounds. Bring your lunch and get ready to tap your toes to some lively tunes.  Feel free to bring your own instruments and join the jam, or simply sit back and be serenaded by the harmonious sounds. You’ll be sure to leave with a smile on your face and a song in your heart.

Suggested donation $3 appreciated.
Reserve a lunch for September 27 

Leon Anderson and Friends Concert
at the Grove at Canopy
Thur., Sept. 21, 2023  6:30 – 8:30 pm

In addition to our popular lunchtime concerts, we bring you this special evening concert! Enjoy an exciting evening of Jazz with Leon and his band at The Grove at Canopy (2601 Crestline Rd, Tallahassee). Bring your chairs, snacks, and beverages of your choice to enjoy this casual, outdoor event.

Hailing from New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz, Leon Anderson is an Associate Professor and Director of Jazz Studies at FSU. This master drummer has performed around the world alongside legends such as Marcus Roberts and Wynton Marsalis.

Special Offer: You can pre-order personal charcuterie boards to enjoy at the concert for $18 each. To place orders for charcuterie boards, call 850-219-3123 no later than Friday, September 8.

$15 for concert.
Register Here

Claude Bourbon
Mon., October 30, 2023  11:00 am

Described as “A breathtaking acoustic fusion of blues, jazz, classical and Spanish guitar from a stunning guitar virtuoso…”

Get ready for a spellbinding performance by Claude Bourbon — internationally known guitar virtuoso who take blues, Spanish, and classical stylings into uncharted territories. His inimitable style incorporates all ten digits dancing independently, plucking, picking and strumming at such speed and precision that his fingers often seem to melt into a blur. His vocal are multilingual, and within song, each there is rhythmic dance among the words. He plays with consonant sounds, and his tone is sometimes like that of a lover whispering in your ear. Check him out! www.claudebourbon.org
Enjoy coffee by Lucky Goat, bring a brown bag, or order an optional lovingly catered lunch.

$10 for concert. $22 includes concert and catered lunch.
Register here

House Of Hamill
Tues., Feb. 06, 2024  11:00 am

Pennsylvania – based House of Hamill is a musical fixture and phenomenon on festival and folk stages across the country, sharing their astounding music and comical stories.

Their recent release “Pound a Week Rise was #1 on the charts, and their recent all-violin cover of “Sweet Child on Mine” has over 16 million views on Facebook. Whether ripping through a set of original jigs and reels, singing lush 3-part harmonies, or entertaining with stories from the road, this band captivates and makes you fall in love from the first note.

Enjoy coffee by Lucky Goat.
$10 donation for concert.  $2 donation for pastries. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch.
Register Here

Dayna Kurtz
Wed., March 6, 2024  11:00 am

“Kurtz is hypnotic from the first note to the last.”

Dayna Kurtz’s voice transcends all others– she will simply make your jaw drop. This New Jersey born, now New Orleans resident, internationally touring singer/songwriter/musician/producer has been bestowed with a multitude of awards and accolades, including being named the “Female Songwriter of the Year” by the National Academy of Songwriters. Norah Jones and Bonnie Raitt rave about her, and she’s performed on high-profile radio shows as Mountain Stage and NPR’s Morning Edition. She’s toured with legends like Elvis Costello, Richard Thompson, Mavis Staples, Rufus Wainwright, B.B. King, and performed at many festivals, including New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. For her performance here at TSC, she brings along her friend, Robert Mache (Continental Drifters, Steve Wynn) on guitar.

Enjoy coffee by Lucky Goat, bring a brown bag, or order an optional lovingly catered lunch.
$10 for concert, $2 donation for pastries. Feel free to bring a lunch.
Register Here