Brighton Harmonica Jams

The Ranelagh ArmsThe Ranelagh, High Street/St James St, Brighton (Kemptown)

Blues Jam

Every second and last Sunday 2-5pm, plus Tuesday sessions 8pm-11pm with Will Johns, Will Smith and friends. The Ranelagh is Brighton’s home of blues. You can read more about it in our favourite blues hangouts section. Call the venue or visit their website for full details.

Hove Park TavernHove Park Tavern, Sackville Rd/Old Shoreham Rd, Hove (Hove Park)

Guitar and Bands Jam

1st Thursday of the month 8pm-11pm. Hosted by guitar-meister, Adrian ‘Sleez’ Marshall. Harmonica players are welcome. Call the venue or visit their Facebook page for full details.

The BrunswickThe Brunswick, Holland Rd, Hove (Seafront)

Jazz Jam

Every Tuesday 8pm-11pm with Paul Richards and his house band. Playing is of a high standard, but everyone is welcome to try out. Harmonica players are welcome, but prepare to play on the jazzier side of the street. Occasional special guests. Call the venue or visit their website for full details.

charles-dickens-worthingThe Charles Dickens, Heene Road, Worthing (Town Centre)

Blues Jam

The South Coast Blues Jam takes place every 3rd Sunday of the month, in the function room 2pm – 5pm. Players all ages and abilities are encouraged to come along and join in, either to play or be in the audience. Call the pub for full details.

5 thoughts on “Brighton Harmonica Jams

  • November 23, 2014 at 10:28 am

    The Horse and Groom jam has now closed it’s doors due to lack of interest it seems. However the Ranelagh now has added the very very popular second Sunday 2-5pm blues jam which is well recommended….Great beer too.

  • December 23, 2016 at 9:39 pm

    The South Coast Blues Jam has now moved to The Charles Dickens on Heene Road, Worthing. Same time on 3rd Sunday.

  • December 30, 2016 at 7:39 pm

    Hi Neil – I’ll update our page. Thanks for dropping by.

  • February 6, 2017 at 10:19 pm

    I’ve heard from the webmaster and owner that the Ranelagh has shut up shop! Now I really do have the blues.

  • February 7, 2017 at 12:17 pm

    Hi Jason. The Ranelagh did close just before Christmas 2016, however it has just started up again and thankfully adopted its previous blueprint for live music. This includes the Blues Jam I believe.

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