OLD TOWN’S JAZZFEST SET
Wednesday, July 29, 2015

  

The Corey Kendrick Trio & Aguanko kick off Friday night at the 2014 Lansing JazzFest
Courtesy photo 
 
LANSING, MI  Entering its 21st year, the Lansing JazzFest is a two-day FREE music festival that brings national, regional, and local acts to an audience of roughly 7,000 people from across Michigan and nearby states.
 
JazzFest’s music truly is living music, history in the making. Each artist at the festival is asked to play an original composition, something that hasn’t been played at any other festival.
The 2015 festival will take place Friday, August 7  & Saturday, August 8, in the streets of Old Town, surrounded by the best of the Capital City’s art galleries as well as unique retail stores and grand architecture. Vendors offer delicious food, beverages, art, clothing, and crafts, and nearby galleries and boutiques open their doors during festival hours.
Lansing JazzFest continues to grow thanks to the contributions of its sponsors and volunteers. Support Old Town, Lansing, and live jazz!
 
 
Performers and schedule is subject to change.
As bios become available, clicking a performer’s name will take you directly to their page for more info.
Friday, August 7, 2015
MICA STAGE (SOUTH)
5:00-6:00 Dot Org
7:00-8:30 Paul Keller Orchestra
9:30-11:00 Tony Monaco / Fareed Haque Trio
NORTH STAGE
6:00-7:00 Marcus Elliot
8:30-9:30 Jim Cooper Quartet
11:00-12:00 Fareed Haque’s MathGames
River Stage (Parking Lot 56)
5:30-6:30 TBA
7:00-8:00 TBA
Saturday, August 8, 2015
MICA STAGE (SOUTH)
2:00-3:00 Lansing Community College Jazz Band
4:00-5:30 George Delancey
6:30-8:00 Betty Joplin
9:00-10:30 Grupo Aye
NORTH STAGE
3:00-4:00 Beth Stalker
5:30-6:30 Endea Owens
8:00-9:00 Chris Lawrence & Linosphere
10:30-12:00 Duncan McMillan
River Stage (Parking Lot 56)
1:00-2:00 Children’s Ballet Theatre
2:00-3:00 Dance Lansing
3:30-4:15 Tunes ‘n ‘Tales by Tricia
4:30-5:15 JAMM Scholarship Quartet
6:00-7.45 TBA
KidzBeat (Parking Lot 56)
1:00-5:00 Bob Wilson – Electric guitar mentor
1:00-5:00 Randy “Bird” Burghdoff – Electric bass mentor
1:00-5:00 MSU Community Music School – Petting zoo — Woodwinds/brass
 
This article was printed in the July 26, 2105 - August 8, 2015 edition.
 

Would you like to e-mail us?  Have a press release or story idea?  Questions about obituaries?  Send us your questions and comments to:

rinarisper.tncp@gmail.com

 
 

 

Click here for regular advertising rates!!!

 Check out TNCP's Birthday Advertising!!!!

Custom-embroidered logo shirts and apparel by Queensboro

Support our advertisers. Follow the link to their site:

Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau