Posted by | Ray Cornelius
This May 26-28, the streets of Atlanta, GA will be jammed packed with music lovers trying to get to Piedmont Park for this year’s Atlanta Jazz Festival.
Known as one of the countries largest free jazz music festival, The Atlanta Jazz Festival returns to the city’s largest and most beautiufl park for a 35th anniversary celebration with a line-up consisting of regional, national and international talent.
The three-day festival features live performances by jazz legend Roy Ayers, Latin Jazz phenon Tito Puente Jr & Orchestra, The Robert Glasper Experiment and Atlanta’s very own jazz diva Kathleen Bertrand, who is performing on the festival mainstage for the first time. Performance times are from 1pm-11pm each day.
There will also be an interactive kids zone, international music stage featuring world music artists and late night jazz jam sessions at the über sexy Loews Atlanta Hotel.
Click here for a full listing of musical acts and 31 Days of Jazz activities.