Arizona Jazz Fest set to hit High Street for 3 days in late October
PHOENIX — High Street in Phoenix will be jumping to tunes come late October, when the Arizona Jazz Festival touches down for a three-day party.
Running from Oct. 21-23 at 5415 E High Street, the jazz fest is open to all ages and will feature more than 20 performing artists, according to a press release.
Some artists that will be playing include Eric Benet, Raheem DeVaughn, Eric Darius, Mindi Abair and Boney James among many more.
James and Benet, who headline Friday night and Sunday night at the weekend festival, respectively, have both received four Grammy nominations in their careers.
The festival will feature a wide variety of food and drink options for festival-goers, according to the release.
Three-day passes for the festival are on sale until Aug. 15, with five different ticket options that can be purchased here.
There will be three separate reserved seating areas offered, as well as VIP tickets and Cabaret seats.
Single day passes will be available for purchase starting on Aug. 15 at 9 a.m., the release said.
The festivals first day on Oct. 21 will run from 6:30-10 p.m. The final two days of the festival will be from 1:30-10 p.m.
Visit the Arizona Jazz Fest website for more information.
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