As summer gets into full swing in the Twin Cities, one-by-one venues and events begin to return to how they once operated.
After a year hiatus and a year of half virtual half in-person concerts, the Twin Cities Jazz Fest is one of those events.
For the first time in two years, #TCJazzFest will look as it once did, with its home in Lowertown’s Mears Park.
Beginning Thursday, June 23 jazz musicians will take to stages placed throughout the Saint Paul neighborhood (and even across the river) for a weekend full of music.
This year’s headliners include the Matthew Whitaker Quintet on Friday, June 24 and the Treme Brass Band on Saturday, June 25.
For thirsty festival goers, Summit Brewing Co. will also be returning as the official beer sponsor! At tents throughout Lowertown we’ll have 16oz cans of Summit Extra Pale Ale, Summit Sága IPA, Summit Slugfest Juicy IPA, Summit Triumphant Session IPA, Summit Twins Pils and Summit Cabin Crusher Kölsch-Style Ale with Lime for purchase.
For more information on schedule, musicians, vendors and more, visit the Twin Cities Jazz Fest online.