TBAAL: Riverfront Jazz Festival 2019

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TBAAL: Riverfront Jazz Festival 2019

Time: August 30, 2019 to September 1, 2019
Location: Dallas Convention Center
Street: 650 S Griffin Street
City/Town: Dallas
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Phone: 214-743-2400
Event Type: jazz, festival
Organized By: TBAAL
Latest Activity: Mar 19

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At the 3rd Annual Riverfront Jazz Festival, some of the world's best national and international mainstream, cutting-edge, traditional and contemporary jazz artists and performers can be seen on three stages. Experience blues and soul artists on a separate stage, and a stage for young artists from the Dallas area and around the country in day-long, back-to-back performances. Over three days, festival attendees can enjoy music performances, browse and shop through vendor booths, and experience diverse foods. Produced by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters (TBAAL). #RiverfrontJazzFest

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TBAAL: Riverfront Jazz Festival 2019
August 30 - September 1, 2019
Labor Day Weekend

Dallas Convention Center
650 S Griffin Street
Dallas, TX 75202 

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Purchase Tickets:  www.tbaalriverfrontjazzfestival.org/tickets
Performer Lineup:  www.tbaalriverfrontjazzfestival.org/lineup
Official Website:  www.tbaalriverfrontjazzfestival.org

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