Presents Saxophonist Marcus Anderson
Fenway’s Jazz Summer Concert Series showcases hot Jazz in its cool Caladesi Ballroom, accompanied by a delicious three-course dinner. Tune in to a good time, all summer long! The next show on schedule will feature jazz saxophonist Marcus Anderson on Sunday, July 28.
Nathan Mitchell Will Close Out the Jazz Series Concert
Then, on Sunday, August 25, the third and final Jazz Summer Concert at the Fenway Hotel will highlight Nathan “Nate” Mitchell. During the evening, you’ll have an opportunity to interact with Nate and to purchase a signed CD to take home. In addition to the musical merriment, you will again be able to enjoy a delicious three-course meal prepared by the HEW Parlor and Chophouse.
Enjoy the ultimate and intimate listening experience in this unique dining and music extravaganza. Spend a warm summer night inside The Fenway Hotel for a swinging good time! Buy tickets online today to reserve your seat! If you order tickets for both remaining concerts, you will receive a 5 percent discount on the normal price.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with the Jazz Summer Concert Series shows beginning at 6 p.m. Call 727-683-5980 or visit this website for more information and to get tickets while they last. If you’d like to reserve a room at Fenway the night of either concert, the hotel is offering a special discount on overnight accommodations with the purchase of your concert ticket.
Reserve a Room During the Jazz Summer Concert Series at a Special Rate!
The Fenway is a Member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection® of Hotels…Where the Experience is Everything!
The Fenway has a long and storied history that led to its current prestigious status as a premier hotel in Dunedin. Construction began on the imposing building at 1924, and it served as home to WGHB Radio Station in 1927 with studios on the third floor. It opened as an American Plan hotel only seasonally in 1928. Over the years, additional guest rooms were added, along with a 28-car garage and servants’ dormitory. On January 3, 1942, the Hotel became a private club, known as The Fenway, and it was one of the few hotels on Florida’s west coast to remain open during World War II. For a while it served as home to “Lifetime Residents’ before it became headquarters for the Buffalo Bisons, New York minor league baseball team.
The Fenway Hotel is an icon of the jazz age. Throughout its time as an operating hotel, the Grand Lady of Dunedin has hosted explorers, artists, politicians, musicians and more. With walls echoing its musical heritage, the hotel earned a place in history by serving as the county’s first radio station. It’s by bringing these elements together that we create the new vision for Fenway Hotel and a destination unlike any other.
The historic building went through various changes as it became a college. First as Fenway Academy, affiliated with Trinity College. Later it became the Dunedin Campus of Schiller International University, which moved its headquarters to Dunedin from Germany in 1990. The Schiller Academy, a high school program opened in 1997.
Schiller International sold it to George Rahdert before the property was foreclosed in 2010. Its outstanding location and facilities make it an especially attractive property, and Mainsail Lodging and Development bought the hotel and resumed renovations. The Fenway is now considered to be a boutique hotel with outstanding accommodations and services. Located at 453 Edgewater Drive in Dunedin, it opened on October 25, 2018, as a member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection® of hotels.