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!
Wood fired pizza, thai, shawarma, souvlaki, poutine, popcorn, coffee, BBQ corn, ice cream, lemonade, deep fried sweets and more!