Colored Musicians Club

Experience rich history and culture at the longest operating African American Musicians Club, the Colored Musicians Club.

Enjoy fantastic accounts of Black history and musicians at the Colored Musicians Club in Buffalo, NY. This Jazz Museum and Club found its home in Buffalo in 1934 and received its charter the following year. Facing both segregation and integration, the club features a rich history and beautiful jazz music.

The Colored Musicians Club showcases the work and talent of several musicians. One of their more recent events was titled Commune with the Ancestors, which incorporated social distancing and CDC guidelines. Under normal circumstances, the club actively promotes and features incredible music and artists. If you love jazz music, this is the perfect destination to experience it. Stay updated on future events and tickets through the club’s website.

Interested in music and looking to be educated on its great history? The Jazz Museum is located in the same building as the club and is renowned for its important history. The club itself is the longest operating African American Musicians Club in the country, making it the ultimate historical experience for music and history-lovers alike. Be sure to watch, read and listen to everything to get the full educational experience. The museum is perfect for people of all ages and features exhibitions that are both fun and moving.

“What a magnificent piece of history in downtown Buffalo. Once inside you can only imagine all the talented artists and musicians playing there. The walls resonate with its past.”

—Dawn, Google

Take Amtrak to the Colored Musicians Club

Experience this unforgettable attraction via Amtrak to Buffalo Exchange Street Station in Buffalo, NY —Don’t forget to use the New York By Rail 15% discount!