Thursday Dec 23 2021


6:00 pm - 9:30 pm





Music of a Charlie Brown Christmas & Twilight Jazz and Blooz Series Launch

๐Ÿ“… DATE: Thursday, December 23, 2021
๐Ÿ•‘ TIME: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm (Doors open at 6:00 pm)
๐ŸŸ๏ธ VENUE: Spirit in Niagara Distillery (VACCINATION POLICY IN EFFECT)
๐Ÿ—บ๏ธ ADDRESS: 458 Lakeshore Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
๐Ÿ’ต PRICE: Show Only: $49 + HST; Dinner and Show: $119 + HST; Musicians/Arts Workers/Students (Show Only): $23 + HST; Prices include Gratuities - Buy Now!
๐ŸŽŸ๏ธ SEASON PASS: 6 shows (NO Charlie Brown seating): $169 + HST; All 7 shows (includes Charlie Brown but NO dinner): $199 + HST; All 7 shows (includes Charlie Brown WITH dinner): $279 + HST - Buy Now!

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The Music of a Charlie Brown Christmas takes audiences on a nostalgic journey of one of the most beloved holiday albums, created by Vince Guaraldi for the 1965 TV special of the same name. Performed by world-class jazz musicians, this show takes the best of jazz, serves it up with traditional holiday music, and provides a wonderful tradition that will delight the entire family.

The evening’s performance will feature:

Opening Performance:

Main Performance:

  • Doug Mundyย on piano
  • Tyler Wagler on bass
  • Adam Bowman on drums

Upon purchase of tickets, please contact Darlene with your party’s menu selections & allergies (DINNER AND SHOW ONLY) to or call at 289-259-4997.

Season Pass holders must contact Darlene before the show’s date to reserve their seating.ย 

Tickets are non-refundable.


All musicians, staff, volunteers and patrons at TD Niagara Jazz Festival events must be double-vaccinated.ย  Proof of vaccination will be required upon arrival

For more details, please email Darlene at




Doug Mundy, a long time Niagara resident, began studying piano at 10 years of age concentrating on Royal Conservatory of Music repertoire. At age 14, Doug began experimenting with improvisation, mainly playing around with simple blues progressions and pop/rock solos. By age 16, Doug was already performing in rock, blues and country ensembles around the Niagara and Hamilton Regions.

Blues improvisation led to the formal study of music (and history) at Mohawk College, York University and Brock University. Doug has studied jazz harmony, arranging, form and analysis and counterpoint. At York University, Doug had the privilege of studying with Canadian jazz great Don Thompson as well as seminars with Dr. Oscar Peterson.

Doug is currently one of the most in demand musicians in the Niagara area. He is active accompanying vocalists, leading his duo and trio, working as a sideman on gigs and in the studio, as well as performing solo piano at various functions. Doug has recently completed a tour of New Zealand working with a collection of the countryโ€™s finest Jazz musicians.



Hosted by Spirit in Niagara Distillery


Dinner and Show Tickets Only
Appetizer (Choose One)
Caesar Wedge Salad with Crispy Pork Belly
Leek and Potato Soup

Cornish Hen stuffed with Christmas Stuffing and Red Wine Cranberry Sauce
Served with a side of Maple Roasted Roots and Winter Vegetables (one per table)
Vegetarian Option: Gourmet Mac & Cheese with Niagara Gold Cheese and Mustard

Chocolate Mousse with Wild Berries Sauce


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