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Friday, September 9, 2016

Jazz’SALive 2016 Brings Jazz to Travis Park

Posted By on Fri, Sep 9, 2016 at 10:18 AM

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The San Antonio Parks Foundation and the City of San Antonio present Jazz’SALive, San Antonio’s official jazz music festival. Join us, free of charge, on September 17th and 18th to celebrate 33 years of jazz in the historic and newly renovated Travis Park. Jazz’SALive features award winning national, regional, and local talent with diverse styles of jazz. With two performance stages, delicious food and artisanal crafts, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Music and art merge together with the Art Alley, where local professional and emerging artist present a live art display.

For an up close and personal view, stay for the After Dark Jam Session on Saturday night on the rooftop of the St. Anthony Hotel, where national artists sit in with local musicians in an intimate setting.

For kids, the event provides a Children’s Symposium which engages with four areas of music study and includes a free 2016 Jazz’SAlive T-shirt (Saturday only, while supplies last)! Kids can also have fun at the Kid Zone, a designated play area including moon bounce inflatables, arts and crafts and other activities.

Featuring the following music artists: Henry Brun & Friends featuring Ed Calle, Spot Barnett, Augie Meyers, and June Parker; Joe Lovano; Lao Tizer featuring Eric Marienthal, Chieli Minucci and Karen Briggs; Kirk Whalum. 

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