Jefferson St. Jazz & Blues Festival
Saturday, June 21
Bicentennial Capitol Mall Amphitheater
600 James Robertson Parkway
J.U.M.P. (Jefferson Street United Merchants Partnership) announces the 2014 Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival, showcasing jazz & blues and celebrating the musical heritage of Jefferson Street. This year's event is co-sponsored by the National Museum of African American Music. The event kicks off Friday June 20, an awards luncheon, "My Music Matters" at noon, followed by the evening's "Bridging the Gap" Mixer on the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge. The Festival itself is Saturday, June 21, and takes place at the beautiful Bicentennial Capital Mall State Park. Denise LaSalle is this year's headliner, with a number of local jazz, blues, and soul artists on the bill.
My Music Matters, June 20, 2014
Bridging The Gap Mixer, June 20, 2014
With Denise LaSalle, the Karlton Taylor Trio, After 5 Tux, Third Coast Jazz, and more.
(Musicians and times are subject to change.)
Advance tickets are available through Eventbrite