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San Jose Jazz Fest: Mavis, T. Shorty, George Duke, Ramsey Lewis

SOURCE: Published: 2011-06-18
FRIDAY AUGUST 12-SUNDAY AUGUST 12; PLAZA DE CESAR CHAVEZ PARK, SAN JOSE, CA

San Jose Jazz continues its rich tradition of presenting some of today's most distinguished artists and hottest jazz upstarts at the 22nd San Jose Jazz Summer Fest from Friday, August 12 through Sunday, August 14, 2011 at Plaza de Cesar Chavez Park in downtown San Jose, CA.

A premier summer destination for music lovers, concert-goers and families alike, the 22nd San Jose Jazz Summer Fest hosts 10 stages of live music with more than 100,000 festival attendees expected throughout the weekend. Bringing together the arts community, nightlife venues, restaurants and countless local businesses for the biggest Latin music festival on the West Coast, San Jose Jazz ignites the downtown San Jose scene with its most exciting line-up of artists to date.

More than 50 food and craft vendors will participate at this year's festival, and the 5th annual Club Crawl will take place on Friday and Saturday nights. Extended by popular demand, the Salsa Stage will kick-off on Friday night for the first time. Click here for single, 2-day and 3-day passes.

LINEUP
Mavis Staples
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
DMS featuring George Duke, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn
Ramsey Lewis and His Electric Band—The Sun Goddess Tour
A Touch of Brass
Alessandro Penezzi Duo
Alfredo Rodriguez
Archbishop Mitty High School Jazz Band
Arturo Sandoval
B-Side Players
Brenda Wong Aoki/Mark Izu's Kabuki Cabaret
Breze
Christian Tamburr Quintet featuring special guest Dominick Farinacci
Claudia Villela
Dani Paige Band
Dave Koz
DeJazz Vu
Dena DeRose Trio
Doug Beavers' “Titanes del Trombón" featuring Wayne Wallace and Abel Figueroa
Dr. Gone & Serious Condition featuring Jasmine Joshua
Drei im roten Kreis
Edgardo Cambón y Candela
Eliza Henderson
Eric Lindell
Fito Reinoso y Su Ritmo y Armonia
Full Spectrum
Gail Dobson and the Dobson Family Band
Giacomo Gates & Larry Dunlap Trio
Gino Matteo and the Family Phunk
Grady Champion
Groove Messengers
Grupo Falso Baiano
Grupo Samba Rio with Jorge Alabê
Harold Fethe Trio
Hector Lugo y La Mixta Criolla
Jessica Johnson Band
Jesús Díaz y su QBA
John Calloway and the Latin Collective
John Santos Sextet
Juan Prada Trio
JustAzz
Karabali
Kirby Sewell Band
Laila Smith
Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco
Legally Blue
Los Gatos Saratoga Big Band
Louie Romero y Mazacote
Mads Tolling Quartet
Mark Hummel's Harmonica Blues Blowout
Michael O'Neill Quartet with Kenny Washington
Michelle Pollace's Jazz y Clave
Miguel Zenón Quartet
Millenium Sounds Orchestra
Monterey Jazz Festival's County High School All Star Band
Montuno Swing
Nineteen
Non Stop Bhangra
Octobop
Pacific Mambo Orchestra
Pellejo Seco
Ray Obiedo Urban Latin Project
Ron Gariffo Orchestra
Ron Hacker and the Hacksaws
Round Midnight
Rumbaché
San Jose Jazz Summer Combo
Shotgun Wedding Quintet
Sons of Jubal
Sophie Milman
Stomping at the Savoy
Swing Dance Lesson
Sylvia Cuenca Organ Trio
The Dixie Six
The Lyratones
The Park
The Poblano Project
The Swing Solution
Tito y su Son de Cuba
Valley Christian Combo
Wayne Wallace
Zoë Keating


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