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Summer Solstice Jazz Festival

Summer Solstice Jazz Festival

By FOX 47 News. CREATED Jun 19, 2013

The 17th annual Summer Solstice Jazz Festival will be held in downtown East Lansing June 21-22. An ensemble of local, regional and national jazz performers will be in performance.

The festival is centered around a large tent located in the heart of downtown East Lansing in Parking Lot 1 on the corner of Albert Avenue and Abbot Road. There is no admission cost.

The SSJF features main stage performances, a children’s activity area, jazz cafes and more.

The festival is presented by the city of East Lansing, Wharton Center for Performing Arts and the MSU College of Music.

For more information, visit www.eljazzfest.com.

- See more at: http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2013/east-lansing-to-host-17th-annual-summer-solstice-jazz-festival-june-21-22/#sthash.uRHiYbde.dThe 17th annual Summer Solstice Jazz Festival will be held in downtown East Lansing June 21-22. An ensemble of local, regional and national jazz performers will be in performance.
The festival is centered around a large tent located in the heart of downtown East Lansing in Parking Lot 1 on the corner of Albert Avenue and Abbot Road. There is no admission cost.
The SSJF features main stage performances, a children’s activity area, jazz cafes and more.
The festival is presented by the city of East Lansing, Wharton Center for Performing Arts and the MSU College of Music.
For more information, visit www.eljazzfest.

The 17th annual Summer Solstice Jazz Festival will be held in downtown East Lansing June 21-22. An ensemble of local, regional and national jazz performers will be in performance.

The festival is centered around a large tent located in the heart of downtown East Lansing in Parking Lot 1 on the corner of Albert Avenue and Abbot Road. There is no admission cost.

The SSJF features main stage performances, a children’s activity area, jazz cafes and more.

The festival is presented by the City of East Lansing, Wharton Center for Performing Arts and the MSU College of Music.

This year, with the help of Michigan State University, the SSJF will offer the 'MSU Educational Stage' in its continued effort to strengthen music education. This performance area will give local high school students, as well as upcoming jazz musicians, the opportunity to showcase their talent at a major jazz fesitval.

For more information, visit www.eljazzfest.com.

SOURCE: PRESS RELEASE, MSU TODAY