Disclosure: Tri-C JazzFest offered me an opportunity to share information about their upcoming concert festival. In return, I will receive a two tickets to one of these concerts and an additional two tickets to provide as a reader giveaway. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
The 2015 line up of talented musical artists include:
- Dominick Farinacci Quintet/Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra with Take 6 on Thursday, July 9 (7:30pm)
- Walter “Wolfman” Washington on Friday, July 10 (5:30pm)
- Brian Culbertson and Brian Simpson on Friday, July 10 (7:00pm)
- “Creole Joe” with C.J. Chenier, Nick Sample and Ray Parker Jr. on Friday, July 10 (9:45pm)
- Ernie Krivda and the Fat Tuesday Big Band on Saturday, July 11 (1:00pm)
- Cyrille Aimee and Wycliffe Gordon on Saturday, July 11 (2:30pm)
- Warren Wolf Quartet and Benny Green with John Clayton and Jeff Hamilton on Saturday, July 11 (5:00pm)
- Pete Escovedo with Sheila E and Juan Escovedo on Saturday, July 11 (7:30pm)
- Etienne Charles and Joey DeFrancesco on Saturday, July 11 (9:30pm)
Clevelanders can also expect outdoor jazz performances, plus Theatre District food options and Great Lakes beers. There’s a combo for you to enjoy!
psssst: Want an audio sneak peek of what’s in store? Tri-C JazzFest has a Spotify playlist which I’ve been grooving to:
Tickets are available at 216-241-6000 or online. Full festival passes, which include tickets to all nine shows, can be purchased here for $200 for a limited time only. For those seeking a deal: a 20% is available up until the fest if you buy tickets to three or more concerts.
…OR enter to win two tickets to a 2015 Tri-C JazzFest performance this week on the blog via the Rafflecopter widget:
The fine print: You have until THIS SUNDAY, July 5th at 11:59PM to enter this giveaway via the Rafflecopter widget. A winner will be announced the next morning, probably on the Poise in Parma Facebook page. As this is a local event taking place in the Greater Cleveland area, I highly encourage entries by those that can attend a concert July 9-11 — or pass along their prize to a friend who can.