Smooth Summer Jazz Tickets
For jazz fans around the world there is nothing better than mixing the smooth sound of authentic jazz music with the beauty of a cool summer evening. This is just what fans of the genre get during the Smooth Summer Jazz performance event. The summer music festival Smooth Summer Jazz features one of the biggest and most acclaimed gatherings of jazz music artists in the music industry today. The mini-festival is a completely unique type of musical festival and instead of lasting for several days, is a single day concert and festival event. This mini-festival will feature some of the finest smooth jazz artists to ever perform as fans of this classic style of music can hear some of the best jazz music in modern music up close and personal in a completely unique setting.
This mini day-long festival is held in the Hollywood Bowl for one day only and typically held at the end of August each year. With some of the hottest artists in contemporary jazz coming together to perform unique sounds and some classic favorites, there is no denying that this is a must-see event for any fan of the jazz music scene. Past performers of the annual event features performers such as Jeffery Osborne, Eugene Grove, Peabo Bryson, Freddie Jackson and Minid Abair. The Smooth Summer Jazz concert will feature an entire evening of jazz music that shouldn’t be missed as it is a chance for many fans of the genre to see their favorite jazz musicians all together in a single concert event.
This Smooth Summer Jazz mini-festival is part of a larger attempt by the Hollywood Bowl to bring together some of the biggest names in music today as part of their subscription series. Although there is no information about plans for a tour or additional performance, those who want to see groups like White Hot Summer Groove and Men of Soul performing live will want to make sure they stay up to dat with all of the information regarding Smooth Summer Jazz so they don’t miss this summer time event when it occurs live in Philadelphia every year.