[videos] Grand opening! Salsa Sundays @ Brooklyn Basin // Oakland

Josh Jones Salsa Big Band was first to perform Salsa in amazing new Development with water views!

Update! The next Latino show is Friday, April 30th with ‘LOCURA’. Band hits at 6pm. See flyer below.

See fun videos & photos below!


Where: Rocky’s Market Brooklyn Basin.
288 9th avenue, Oakland.
Date: Sundays, 6pm – 8pm.

Experience amazing new development overlooking the Oakland Marina, with outdoor dining and dancing. The “Brooklyn Basin” offers sweeping views of the Estuary and Marina. And, the Josh Jones Salsa band killed it, providing a magical experience!

Come join us for outdoor dancing in Oakland with plenty of room for social distancing. Experience great Food & Wine, and Beautiful sweeping views on the Bay!  Please don’t forget your mask.


See videos!

  • Video 1: Josh Jones jammin’ the crowd on its grand opening.


Video 2: Outside view & entrance to new building in development.


See photos!





About new development:

Brooklyn Basin is completely transforming 64 acres of industrial waterfront on the Oakland Estuary into a vibrant mixed-use neighborhood.

Rocky’s Market Brooklyn Basin is a family-owned market offering local produce, artisanal products, and a stellar beer & wine selection, plus grab & go foods by Two Local Girls and a waterfront socially distant all-day restaurant.



About band:

Josh Jones Salsa All-Stars

Drummer & Percussionist Josh Jones is recognized internationally from his touring and recording with such Jazz greats as Don Cherry, Steve Coleman, Omar Sosa, Yosvany Terry, and Jacqui Naylor.

His recent recording projects include “Then and Now” with Blue Note recording artist Benny Green, as well as a project with Cuban royalty Chuchito Valdes. Other notable recordings include Yosvany Terry & Columna B, Peter Apfelbaum, Steve Bernstein, Chico Freeman, Arthur Blythe, Larry Coryell, Tupac Shakur, Goapele, Zion- I, Taj Mahal, Bob Weir, and AfroCuba de Matanzas.

Josh continues to perform with his various ensembles at clubs and festivals in the Bay Area and remains a major influence on the jazz community not only as a performer, but as a highly respected educator.