The two-day event features female jazz musicians in an outdoor concert.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The Alabama Women in Jazz Festival celebrates its eighth year with a two-day live event on September 10-11. The event was virtual in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic.
The organizers are delighted to welcome people back to the outdoor festival at the Bob Harrison Wellness and Advocacy Center. Patrice Bivens said: “It will just be a great time and we are happy that this community can support these powerful women.”
This year’s artists are:
- Hope Clayburn and her band – Friday, 6:00 p.m.
- Yuressa Shonta, Saxophonist – Saturday, 4:00 p.m.
- JaVonne Jones, electric violinist – Saturday, 6 p.m.
Bring your lawn chair, mask and a suggested donation of $ 10. Tickets are also available online and although there is no admission fee required, donations support piano instruction for students who cannot afford to take piano lessons in the community of Huntsville housing. There is a $ 5 parking fee.
More information about the event and tickets are available here.
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