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Jazz'SALive

The San Antonio Parks Foundation’s annual jazz festival returns with two days of live music on two stages in Travis Park. Highlights from this year’s fest include performances by local favorites the Spiders Jazz Quintet (8:30pm Friday) and the Jim Cullum Happy Jazz Band (2pm Saturday), “joyful jazz contemporaries” Sammy Miller and The Congregation (9pm Friday), Grammy winner Lee Ritenour (5pm Saturday) and award-winning vocalist Jazzmeia Horn (9pm Saturday). The free event also includes a Creative Youth Village with games and crafts, a pumpkin patch, an instrument petting zoo, yoga in the park (10am Saturday), a Bakery Lorraine pop-up and after parties on the St. Anthony Hotel’s Sky Terrace.

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  • Travis Park

    301 E. Travis St., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 207-3677

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