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2nd Annual Brass City Jazz Fest - Free at Brass City Jazz Fest at Library Park

Helen Taylor uploaded this event on June 20, 2019

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Library Park
Brass City Jazz Fest

267 Grand Street
Waterbury, CT
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2nd Annual Brass City Jazz Fest - Free at Brass City Jazz Fest at Library Park

When

Sat, July 6, 2019
2:15 pm

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On Saturday, July 6, the City of Waterbury is presenting the 2nd Brass City Jazz Fest, which will take place on Grand Street in “Block Party Style” in front of the Silas Bronson Library and City Hall. This FREE premier music jazz festival features Billboard charting and local recording artists. The amazing 2019 artists are Billboard charting artists Marion Meadows, Adam Hawley, Marcus Anderson, Paula Atherton, Althea Rene, Jeanette Harris, Carol Albert, Sean Uliasz along with Connecticut's own Steve Clarke Band, Ray Santovasi/Four Peace and Nekita Waller. Hosted by Al “DJ ACT” Taylor, ACT Jams Productions and host/producer of the syndicated radio show “The Groove” on SmoothJazzCD1019.com and SmoothJazzDC.com....

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