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AARP and Berklee Welcome You to the 15th annual Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival

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AARP, along with hundreds of other vendors, invite you to attend the 15th annual Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival on Sept. 26, 2015.

This year's theme is “Jazz: The Voice of the People."

Come join us for food, fun, and some cool jazz in Boston.

This is a free outdoor festival featuring world-class jazz on three stages; food; arts and crafts; and numerous fun activities for kids and families. This signature event has drawn more than 70,000 attendees in the past!

Details on the Beantown Jazz Festival are below; we hope to see you there!



15th annual Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival

 

WHAT: AARP and Berklee invite you to the 15th annual Beantown Jazz Festival

WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 26th, 2015

TIME: noon to 6 p.m.

WHERE: The Beantown Jazz Festival runs along six blocks in Boston’s South End. Streets will close along Columbus Avenue, beginning at Massachusetts Avenue and continuing to Burke Street.

WHO: Musical Performances by the following:

  • Caili O'Doherty
  • Berklee City Music students; photo by Kelly Davidson
  • Berklee City Music All-Stars
  • Felix Peikli and the Royal Flush Quintet
  • Carlos Averhoff Jr. and iRESI
  • Marty Walsh and the Total Plan
  • Omar Thomas Large Ensemble Featuring Stefon Harris
  • Alissia and the Funketeers
  • We Four: Celebrating John Coltrane
  • ChoroBop
  • Paige Bryan
  • Berklee Bass Bash with Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey
  • David Gilmore: Energies of Change
  • The Mosaic Project Featuring Terri Lyne Carrington and Jaguar Wright
  • Eguie Castrillo and the Palladium Nights Orchestra
  • The George Garzone and Teros String Quartets Pay Tribute to Stan Getz
  • Ledisi

 

Learn more at the official website of the 15th annual Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival, and see you at  the event!

 

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