Five free Mystery Concerts have rumours running rampant!
Our staff work hard and play hard: here are the artists they’re champing at the bit to see at this year’s Fest!
Jazz Goes Blues: Opening night features Blues Hall of Famers Elvin Bishop and Charlie Musselwhite, plus Grammy-winner Alvin “Youngblood” Hart
Blues Hall of Famers Elvin Bishop and Charlie Musselwhite open the main stage with a collaboration 50 years in the making!
A round-the-clock live music marathon, plus hourly prize draws, June 14-15!
Find out who is setting the nights on fire during the OLG After Dark Series, including Judith Hill, Tennyson, Jim Bryson and Soil & “Pimp” Sessions and more!
People have been talking. Here’s an overview of our most diverse lineup yet!
The Guardian calls David Virelles and Román Díaz’s Afro-Cuban jazz an “engrossing mix of rhythmic ambiguity, impassioned themes, jazz improv and the palpable sense of a contemporary music with a long past.” See the mystery unfold.
Japan’s Mouse on the Keys combine jazz chops with hardcore energy, Feb. 7 on the Fourth Stage!
John Geggie’s prize-winning Journey Band includes five of Canada’s top improvisers, with backgrounds ranging from Celtic fiddle to baroque to drone, collaborating for the first time ever on Feb. 6 at Winter Jazz.
Six free concerts on Canada Day at Confederation Park and City Hall, including Zaki Ibrahim, Jill Zmud, the Heavyweights Brass Band and more!