Jefferson St. Jazz & Blues Festival

Join our friends at J.U.M.P. for a weekend of fun as Nashville brings back the 22nd annual Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival.

The festival takes place at Fisk University and features local and national jazz and blues artists and food and retail vendors from the North Nashville community. Doors open at 4pm and performances begin at 5pm.

The star studded line up includes:
Karlton Taylor – 5pm
Higher Ground – 6pm
The Manhattans – 7pm
Mike Phillips – 8pm
Bobby Rush – 9pm

With thousands of attendees each year, the Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival builds cultural awareness, attracts diversity and commemorates the historic Jefferson Street Corridor through the sounds of jazz, blues, funk, gospel, soul and R&B. Not just a music festival, this event pays homage to the historic treasures and challenges that make the Jefferson Street community a unique and vital part of Nashville.
Ticket proceeds go towards the Jefferson Street United Merchants Partnership (J.U.M.P.), an organization committed to developing and promoting cooperative economic development, revitalization, education and public safety programs in North Nashville.

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