Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. Presents Jazz Visions on the Lake
A FREE Music Event to be Held on August 7, 2016
Jazz Visions on the Lake is a free, one-day community event that will showcase local jazz musicians at Henry Maier Festival Park on Sunday, August 7 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm. Created in partnership between Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. and Milwaukee Jazz Vision, the afternoon event will give music fans the opportunity to kick back, relax and enjoy the sounds of live jazz along the shores of Lake Michigan. The event is also supported by Summerfest Foundation, Inc., IATSE – Local 18 and Clearwing Productions.
Milwaukee Jazz Vision is an organization of business and music industry professionals, musicians, teachers, students and listeners working together with the goal of advancing jazz music in the Greater Metro-Milwaukee area.
Date/Time: Sunday, August 7, 2:00 – 6:00 pm
Location: Johnson Controls World Sound Stage at Henry Maier Festival Park
200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee
Performers: CNJ Latin Jazz – 2:00 pm
A lively local favorite that incorporates congas and vibraphone into their upbeat sextet.
Milwaukee Jazz Orchestra – 4:00 pm
MJO will be performing new material from their upcoming CD.
Parking: Free, limited parking available in Lot G
(Located on Chicago Street and Harbor Drive, enter on Chicago Street)
Bicycle parking is available near the stage
Concessions: Food and beverages will be available for purchase from select vendors.
For complete details on events happening at Henry Maier Festival Park throughout the summer, visit the Henry Maier Festival Park Calendar of Events at Summerfest.com.
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