Kansas City's 18th & Vine Jazz And Blues Festival Talent Line Up Announced


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Saturday, October 11 presents the 2014 edition of Kansas City’s 18th & Vine Jazz and Blues Festival.

The initial American Jazz Museum Press Conference held on July 23 presented the Official Festival Poster designed by David Terrill; and, announced Headliner Talent featuring Lucky Peterson (Blues), MeShell NdegeOcello (Neo-Soul), Roy Hargrove (Jazz), Midnight Star (R&B Party Band). 

Announced this week, the festival also features a host of outstanding regional and local talent on a variety of great stages: Main Stage, Gem Theater Stage, Blue Room Stage and Jazz District Patio Stage.

See the entire list at festival.americanjazzmuseum.org

Youth Performances and “Jazz Links" Educational Activities with clinicians: Tivon Pennicott (instrumental music) and Jessica Care Moore (spoken word) make Kansas City’s 18th & Vine Jazz and Blues Festival an exceptional choice as a Saturday outing for all ages; VIP accommodations and amenities, food and merchandise vendors; and more.

Free parking and a trolley will be available to shuttle guests to the festival grounds again this year.

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