2022 Lineup

October 14-16, 2022

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Ticket Options


General Admission Grandstand Open Stadium Seating

General Admission Infield Area
( Blankets permitted )

Kids 4 and under are FREE when accompanied by a paid adult with a
General Admission Stadium Seating Only

Reserved Seating
( Assigned Stage-front Seat )

VIP / Reserved Seating
( Assigned VIP / Reserved Seat in premium rows with
VIP Hospitality Area Access )

3 Day and Weekend tickets ( for Reserved Seating & GA ONLY )

VIP Corporate Partner Packages
And Special Group Sales

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Friday, October 14th

- 5:00pm Gates Open

- 5:30pm - 7:00pm - The War And Treaty

- 7:30pm - 9:00pm - Average White Band

- 9:30pm - 11:00pm - Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

Saturday, October 15th

- 5:00pm Gates Open

- 5:30pm - 6:45pm - Justin-Lee Schultz

- 7:15pm - 8:45pm - Dumpstaphunk

- 9:15pm - 10:45pm - Charlie Wilson

- 10:45pm Fireworks

Sunday, October 16th

- 3:00pm Gates Open

- 3:30pm - 4:30pm - The Champ Jaxon Band

- 5:00pm - 6:15pm - St. Paul & The Broken Bones

- 6:45pm - 8:00pm - Old Crow Medicine Show

- 8:30pm - 10:00pm -Gov't Mule

Schedule and Artists Subject to Change

No exchanges. No refunds. No re-entry.

Rain or Shine

 

Participating food vendors include:

Coming Soon!

Participating vendors include:

Visit St Pete / Clearwater

Clearwater Jazz Holiday Outreach Program

Tampa Bay Times

SAFETY GUIDELINES

CLEARWATER JAZZ HOLIDAY FOUNDATION WILL UPDATE ITS SAFETY GUIDELINES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. ATTENDEES ARE ASKED TO FOLLOW ALL SAFETY PROTOCOLS POSTED AT CLEARWATERJAZZ.COM, COMMUMICATED VIA EMAIL AND POSTED AT THE EVENT.

SO EVERYONE CAN SAFELY ENJOY THE FESTIVAL, PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING SAFETY & EVENT PROTOCOLS AND OTHER INFORMATION:

ANIMALS

Animals are not allowed in the ballpark, with the exception of special events and service animals.

ATM

ATM's are located on the first and third base side of the main concourse. We strongly encourage touchless electronic transactions.

BAGS

To expedite entry, guests are prohibited from bringing bags and backpacks to the ballpark. Only single compartment purses, medical bags and diaper bags will be permitted. Approved bags can be no larger than 16"x16"x8" and will be subject to inspection upon entry in accordance with Major League Baseball security regulations. Guests may discard or return the prohibited items to their vehicle. The Phillies reserve the right to search any and all bags entering the ballpark.

BERM SEATING

General Admission Stadium seating has access to roam the stadium and take advantage of a variety of first-come, first-served sitting and viewing areas including the grass outfield berm behind the stage, the Tiki Bar, and various concourse high-tops and picnic tables. Blankets are permitted to be brought into the park for berm seating and for the General Admission Infield Area. Chairs, folding chairs, camp chairs, and the like, are not permitted to be brought into the park.

CUSTOMER SERVICE

The Customer Service window is located on the first base side of the main concourse behind Section 106. Guests can report problems and check for lost and found items at this location.

If you have any questions or concerns, please speak with a staff member.

DIRECTIONS

From Tampa: Highway 60 ( Courtney Campbell Causeway ) West. Go under Highway 19 and go to the next stoplight
( Old Coachman Road ) . Turn right ( North ) at Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the North: U.S. Highway 19 South to N.E. Coachman Road ( State Road 590 ) . Turn right ( West ) onto N.E. Coachman Road and go to the first stoplight. Turn left ( South ) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the left. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the South: U.S. Highway 19 North to Gulf to Bay Blvd. ( Highway 60 ) . Exit Highway 19 at the Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 exit. After exiting, turn left ( West ) onto Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 and go to the next stoplight ( Old Coachman Road ) . Turn right ( North ) onto Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the West/Clearwater Beach: Drew Street East approximately 3.5 miles to Old Coachman Road. Turn left ( North ) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

FIRST AID

The First Aid office is located on the first base side of the main concourse. Guests can either report to this office or contact an usher if in need of medical assistance. If you suspect you are ill or reside with someone who is ill with flu-like symptoms, please do not attend the festival.

FOOD AND DRINK POLICY

No food, bottles, coolers or cans may be brought into the ballpark. The Phillies/Threshers reserve the right to search any medical or diaper bags entering the ballpark.

GATES OPEN

Ballpark gates will open 15 minutes to 1/2 hour prior to scheduled aritst each day.

ACCESSIBILITY

Accessible seating is available in the ballpark and available through ClearwaterJazz.com. An Accessible entrance ramp for GA attendees is located through the West Gate Entrance. For Suite access, an elevator is located on the first base side of the stadium ( South Parking
Lot ) . Drop-off is available on the West Side of the ballpark ( no elevator access here ) with parking located on the Southside of the ballfield. Please contact an usher for assistance entering and exiting the ballpark.

LOST AND FOUND

Located at Customer Service behind Section 106

MASKS/FACE COVERINGS

Clearwater Jazz Holiday will follow the face mask rules/regulations that are set forth for outdoor events by Baycare Ballpark and the City of Clearwater. For any of the ticketed areas that are located indoors “suites / hospitality areas” the Foundation will follow the indoor guidelines set by Baycare Ballpark and the City of Clearwater. CJH will update its Safety Guidelines throughout the year.

METAL DETECTORS

All guests are subject to search and metal detection screening (walk-through units and/or handheld wands ) before gaining access to the ballpark. To expedite ballpark entry it is only necessary to remove large metal objects prior. Cell phones, coins, watches, and belts do not have to be removed and bags will always be inspected. A supervisor should be notified if a guest does not wish to walk through a metal detector. Guests with pacemakers should never be hand-wanded. Strollers and wheelchairs will be directed for visual inspection. Guests are encouraged to take prohibited items back to their vehicle. Items left at the gates are not the responsibility of event organizers.

PARKING

Parking for Clearwater Jazz Holiday is $20 for cars. Bistro/Executive Suites along with ADA parking is located in the South lot ( D ) , off of Drew St. and US 19. General parking is in the grass lot off of Old Coachman Rd. in front of the West gate of the ballpark ( B ) , at the Carpenter Complex north of the park on Old Coachman Rd. ( A ) , and at the Joe DiMaggio Complex at the North/West corner of Drew St. and Old Coachman Rd. ( C ) For more information Click Here

RIDE-HAILING ( UBER, LYFT )

All guests using a ride-hailing service such as Uber or Lyft are asked to use the designated pickup/dropoff area located in the South Parking Lot at the corner of US19 and Drew St. Signage will be in place and the area will be geofenced.

SAFETY

Hand sanitizer stations will be available. If you need an attendant with cleaning supplies, please ask the staff. While we are committed to providing a clean and safe environment, it is impossible to eliminate all health risk in any location so please use discretion.

SEAT MAP

For the map of seating areas, please Click Here

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited in most areas of the ballpark. Special smoking sections are marked. Smoking is permitted only on the concourse bridge by the right field foul pole and the Tiki Pavilion in left field.

TEAM STORE & CLEARWATER JAZZ HOLIDAY MERCHANDISE

The Threshers Team Store, Diamond Outfitters, is located next to the ballpark's west entry, and features hats, apparel and collectibles to satisfy Threshers fans of all ages. Clearwater Jazz Holiday Merchandise will be available during this year's festival and located just outside of Diamond Outfitters and is also available 24 hours a day on-line at ClearwaterJazz.com

TICKET OFFICE HOURS

The Main Ticket office located near the west entry will be open 1 hour before Gates each day.

TIKI PAVILION

The Frenchy's Tiki Pavilion is located beyond the left field wall. It features a variety of mixed drinks, beer and wine for guests 21 and over. Seats in this section are first-come, first-serve during Clearwater Jazz Holiday.

VIP HOSPITALITY

CJH Corporate Partners and High Note Society Members enjoy a VIP Hospitality Area, located on the field, and can take advantage of VIP amenities, purchasing food and beverage from the general food vendors and executive style restrooms.

WEAPONS

Firearms, weapons, knives, tasers and other dangerous or hazardous devices or substances (collectively "weapons" ) are prohibited at BayCare Ballpark, unless carried by an on-duty police officer or otherwise expressly approved by The Threshers. Anyone bringing such a weapon to the premises must return it to their vehicle immediately.

**These policies may be amended at any time. *

CLEARWATER JAZZ HOLIDAY IS A QUALIFIED 501( c ) ( 3 ) ORGANIZATION. CONSULT YOUR TAX ADVISOR. YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE TO THE AMOUNT ALLOWED BY LAW. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES ONLINE AT WWW.FRESHFROMFLORIDA.COM OR BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE 1-800-HELP-FLA. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. FLORIDA DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES: CH15231 FEDERAL ID: 58-1910442

 

FAQs

How do I get tickets?

Tickets are available on-line for Infield Reserved Seating, General Admission Infield , General Admission Stadium & VIP Hosppitality/Reserved Seating. Purchase Tickets NOW! Phone orders can be processed by contacting the Etix Box Office at 800-514-3849


Do I need to bring a chair?

No, BayCare BallPark is an open air stadium venue in Clearwater, FL. General Admission open seating is available with a seat. A very limited number of low-cost Standing Room Only tickets for purchase which grants attendees access to roam the stadium and take advantage of a variety of first-come, first-served sitting and viewing areas including the grass outfield berm behind the stage, the Tiki Bar, and various concourse high-tops and picnic tables. Blankets are permitted to be brought into the park for berm seating. Chairs, folding chairs, camp chairs, and the like, are not permitted to be brought into the park. VIP Hospitality ticket holders do not need to bring a chair. See below for Venue Map.


Can I bring in my own food or drinks?

Outside food and beverages are not permitted. We have plenty of vendors within the Ballpark that offer a wide variety of food options at reasonable prices. Soda, water, beer, wine and liqour are also available for purchase.

Directions

From Tampa: Highway 60 ( Courtney Campbell Causeway ) West. Cross under Highway 19 and go to the next stoplight ( Old Coachman Road ) . Turn right ( North ) at Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the North: U.S. Highway 19 South to N.E. Coachman Road ( State Road 590 ) . Turn right ( West ) onto N.E. Coachman Road and go to the first stoplight. Turn left ( South ) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the left. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the South: U.S. Highway 19 North to Gulf to Bay Blvd. ( Highway 60 ) . Exit Highway 19 at the Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 exit. After exiting, turn left ( West ) onto Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 and go to the next stoplight ( Old Coachman Road ) . Turn right ( North ) onto Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the West/Clearwater Beach: Drew Street East approximately 3.5 miles to Old Coachman Road. Turn left ( North ) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

Where do I park?

Parking is available on-site in Lots A, B & C and available for $20 per car. Click Here for more information on Parking.


How can I volunteer?

Volunteer registration will be through our website (this will open in late July or early August ) . Please email volunteer@clearwaterjazz.com to stay informed and be added to our list.

When the volunteer section opens, simply create a Username & Password to log into the system, then you can select dates, times and areas of service (all which you can manage at anytime by simply logging back into the system ) .


How do I obtain a Media Credential?

CLICK HERE to review the Media Credential application process . All media requests must be sent to media@clearwaterjazz.com.

 

Can I bring my pet?

Sorry, only registered service animals are permitted.

Directions to BayCare Ballpark

Parking for 43rd Clearwater Jazz Holiday


Join us for a Special Presentation at BayCare Ballpark in CLEARWATER, FL, this open-outdoor venue provides plenty of room to tap, snap and clap your way through today's best MUSICAL artists.

Parking is available for $20 per car in Lots A, B & C

Purchase Parking NOW



 

Directions

From Tampa: Highway 60 ( Courtney Campbell Causeway ) West. Cross under Highway 19 and go to the next stoplight ( Old Coachman
Road ) . Turn right ( North ) at Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the North: U.S. Highway 19 South to N.E. Coachman Road ( State Road 590 ) . Turn right ( West ) onto N.E. Coachman Road and go to the first stoplight. Turn left ( South ) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the left. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the South: U.S. Highway 19 North to Gulf to Bay Blvd. ( Highway 60 ) . Exit Highway 19 at the Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 exit. After exiting, turn left ( West ) onto Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 and go to the next stoplight ( Old Coachman Road ) . Turn right ( North ) onto Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

From the West/Clearwater Beach: Drew Street East approximately 3.5 miles to Old Coachman Road. Turn left ( North ) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.

Overview of BayCare Ballpark

Alternate Transportation


The 43rd Clearwater Jazz Holiday!

Parking & Transportation

Parking is available for the event at $20 per car in Lots A, B & C

 

Ride to the Ballpark

For more information please visit PSTA.net

 

RIDE-HAILING ( UBER, LYFT )

All guests using a ride-hailing service such as Uber or Lyft are asked to use the designated pickup/dropoff area located in the South Parking Lot at the corner of US19 and Drew St. Signage will be in place and the area will be geofenced.

 

Jazz Holiday Previous Artists

CLEARWATER JAZZ HOLIDAY
HISTORICAL DATES AND MUSIC ARTISTS

NUMBER

YEAR/DATES

ARTIST(S )

1st Annual

Oct 24 – Nov 2, 1980

Woody Herman

2nd Annual

Oct 23 – Nov 1, 1981

Buddy Rich

3rd Annual

Oct 26 – 31, 1982

Dizzy Gillespie

4th Annual

Oct 20 – 30, 1983

Herbie Mann

5th Annual

Oct 18 – 21, 1984

Dave Brubeck, Richie Cole

6th Annual

Oct 17 – 20, 1985

Count Basie Orchestra, Mose Allison

7th Annual

Oct 16 – 19, 1986

Stan Getz, Ramsey Lewis, Michel Petrucciani

8th Annual

Oct 15 – 18, 1987

Nancy Wilson, Dirty Dozen,The Roy Meriwether Trio, Phil Woods, Tito Puente,
Rare Silk

9thAnnual

Oct 13 – 16, 1988

Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Maynard Ferguson, McCoy Tyner

10th Annual

Oct 19 – 22, 1989

Poncho Sanchez, Sonny Rollins, Bobby Enriquez

11th Annual

Oct 18 – 21, 1990

Houston Persons/Etta Jones, Tuck & Patti

12th Annual

Oct 17 – 20, 1991

Ramsey Lewis, Ernie Watts Quartet, New York Voices

13th Annual

Oct 15 – 18, 1992

Nat Adderly, Tuck & Patti

14th Annual

Oct 14 – 17, 1993

Bela Fleck & The Fleckstones, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Arturo Sandoval with Ernie Watts

15thAnnual

Oct 13 – 16, 1994

Chuck Mangione, The Rippingtons, Hiroshima, Arturo Sandoval, Acoustic Alchemy

16th Annual

Oct 19 – 22, 1995

Spyro Gyra, Acoustic Alchemy, Michel Camilo

17th Annual

Oct 13 – 16, 1996

Tito Puente, Stephan Grappelli, Keiko Matsui, Herbie Mann

18thAnnual

Oct 16 – 19, 1997

Diane Schurr, Boney James, The Rippingtons, Al Dimeola

19th Annual

Oct 15 – 18, 1998

Count Basie Orchestra, Etta James, Kevin Mahogany, Stanley Clarke

20th Annual

Oct 9 – 10, & 14 – 17, 1999

Earl Klugh, Freddy Cole, T.S. Monk, David Benoit, Jason Marsalis, Tom Scott & LA Express, Michael Franks, Tito Puente, Dizzy Tribute, Patti Austin, Spyro Gyra, Oleta Adams

21st Annual

Oct 1 – 22, 2000

Dee Dee Bridgewater, Stanley Clarke, Yellowjackets, Patti Austin, Monty Alexander, Oleta Adams, Terence Blanchard

22nd Annual

Oct 18 – 22, 2001

Jane Monheit, Nnenna Freelon, Boney James, Los Hombres Caliente, Poncho Sanchez

23rd Annual

Oct 17 – 20, 2002

The Chick Corea Elektric Band, Lou Rawls, Jonathon Butler, A Tribute to Jobim, James Moody with Marlena Shaw

24th Annual

Oct 16 – 19, 2003

Kim Waters, Chuck Loeb and Jeff Kashiwa, Paquito D’Rivera’s Brazilian Dream featuring New York Voices; Jon Cleary, Lizz Wright, Herbie Hancock

25th Annual

Oct 14 – 17, 2004

Allon Sams, Rick Braun, Big Z & The SophistiKatz, Victor Wooten, Branford Marsalis, Pepper & Fine Thyme, Tony Vacca & World Rhythms, Dan Moretti, Chris Botti, The Neville Brothers, Nate Najar Quartet, Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet, Adela Dalto, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

26th Annual

Oct 13 – 16, 2005

Fred Johnson, Brian Culbertson featuring Eric Darius, ABCD with Billy Norris, Nestor Torres, Trio! (Stanley Clarke, Bela Fleck & Jean-Luc Ponty ) , Les Sabler & Citiheat, Sakesho with Andy Narell, Rayford Griffin, Koko Taylor, Boney James, Coolie Family Gospel Singers, Liquid Soul, Ramsey Lewis Trio, Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra

27th Annual

Oct 19 – 22, 2006

Kenny Drew Jr. Quartet, Kenny G, Bossacucanova, Mindi Abair, Richard Elliot, Valerie Gillespie, Jose Valentino Ruiz, Jazz to the Maxx, John Pizzarelli, Manhattan Transfer, Chuck Owen & The Jazz Surge, Don Byron Ivey-Divey Trio with Edward Simon & Billy Hart, Buckwheat Zydeco, Cherry Poppin' Daddies

28th Annual

Oct 18 – 21, 2007

Air Force Band Falconaires, George Benson, Ray & Friends, Jazz Surge with Chuck Owen, Summer Storm with Norman Brown, Peabo Bryson, Jeff Lorber & Marion Meadows, Michael Ross Quartet, Brian Bromberg, Arturo Sandoval, Medeski Martin & Wood, Hendrick Meurkens Samba, Lynne Arriale Trio, Joe Grandsen Quartet, Natalie Cole

29th Annual

Oct 16 – 19, 2008

BK Jackson, Kyle Eastwood Band, Tony Bennett, Karen Benjey, Stefon Harris & Blackout, Joe Sample, David Sanborn, Ken Loomer Big Band, Grace Kelly Quintet, Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, The Venturas, Eldar Djangirov Trio, Joey DeFrancesco Trio, Patti Austin

30th Annual

Oct 15 – 18, 2009

Tom Brantley Collective, Mike MacArthur & Nate Najar, Al Jarreau, The Organic Trio, Joe Baione Quartet, Nicole Henry, Chris Botti, Gumbi Ortiz & the Latino Projekt, Les Sabler, Clearwater Jazz Holiday 30th Anniversary ETREME Tribute, Boney James, Marcus Roberts Trio, Brian Bromberg, The Neville Brothers

31st Annual

 

Oct 14 – 17, 2010

Jarred Armstrong, Little Feat, Dr. John & The Lower 911, The Organic Trio, Kyle Wolverton, Norman Brown with Brenda Russell & Jessy J, O Som Do Jazz & Helios Orchestra, Sean Chambers, Level 10, Tizer, Soulive, Mark Barrios, Jonathan Fritzen, Eric Darius & Lalah Hathaway

32nd Annual

Oct 13 - 16, 2011

Kevin Eubanks, Trombone Shorty, Brian Culbertson, Maceo Parker, Christian McBride & Inside Straight, Dianne Reeves

33rd Annual

Oct 18 – 21, 2012

Bonnie Raitt, The Avett Brothers, Mindi Abair & Friends featuring Jeff Golub & David Pack, Esperanza Spalding

34th Annual

Oct 17 – 20, 2013

Chicago, Lisa Casalino, The Ries Brothers, Gumbi Ortiz & New Groove City, Jane Monheit, Paul Brown & Larry Carlton, Chris Godber, Acme Jazz Garage with Belinda Womack, Level 10, Average White Band, Tower of Power, Have Gun, Will Travel, Lake Street Dive, Amos Lee & Brandi Carlile

35th Annual

October 16 - 19, 2014

Earth, Wind & Fire, Buster Cooper Quartet, Changing Keys, Spyro Gyra, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Theo Valentin, Al Downing Jazz All Stars, Dr John & the Nite Trippers, Marcia Ball, Terrance Simien, Belinda Womack, Julie Black, Tomkats Jazz Orchestra, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Trombone Shorty, Spirit Family Reunion, Crash

36th Annual

October 15-18, 2015

Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers, Gladys Knight, The O'Jays, Buddy Guy, Gloria West & The Gents, The James Suggs Quintet with Dave Styrker, Poncho Sanchez & His Latin Band, Mindi Abiar & The Boneshakers, Jack Wilkins Blue & Green Project, Phill Fest, Nicole Henry, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Quesbe Sisters, Langhorn Slim & The Law

37th Annual

October 13-16, 2016

UB40, Kool & The Gang, Grace Potter, Commodores, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Bach to the Future featuring the Silverman Brothers, Crescent City Dream featuring Dwayne White, Flow Tribre, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Show Biz Kids Steely Dan Tribute & Event Band, Fred Johnson Quartet featuring Cliff Downs, Brian Bromberg Full Circle Band, The Mavericks, The Ries Brothers, The Lone Bellow & Houndmouth

38th Annual

October 19-22, 2017

Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, The Avett Brothers, Scott Bradlee's Post Modern Jukebox, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Anderson East, The James Hunter Six, Jon Cleary, Jason Miles Presents "Celebrating the Music of Weather Report" featuring Jeff Coffin & Carter Beauford (of The Dave Mathews Band ) , Theo Croker, Shaun Martin, Mino Cinelu, Gerald Veasley & Karen Briggs, Honey Island Swamp Band, La Lucha featuring Jeff Rupert & Marty Morell, Helios Jazz Orchestra, Mama's Batch, Alex Harris & Band, Erica DiCeglie

39th Annual

October 18-21, 2018

The Doobie Brothers, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, JJ Grey & Mofro, The Devil Makes Three, Morris Day & The Time, Sheila E., Karl Denson's Tiny Universe - Eat a Bunch of Peaches, Marcus Miller, Lao Tizer Band featuring Chieli Minucci, Karen Briggs & Nelson Rangell, Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers, Danny Kusz, Adam Hawley, Alex Harris, Greg Billings Band, Betty Fox Brass Band, Clearwater Jazz Collective featuring La Lucha, Thomas Carabasi, Jeremy Carter, Valerie Gillespie, John Lamb, Mark Moultrup, Nate Najar, Larue Nickelson, Gumbi Ortiz, Jamie Perlow, James Suggs and Butch Thomas

40th Annual

October 17-20, 2019

Chicago, Alison Krauss, Boyz II Men, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Yonder Mountain String Band, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, The Soul Rebels, Marcia Ball, Parsonsfield, Polyrhythmics, 40th Anniversary Tribute to Jazz Vocalists featuring Karen Benjey, Erica DiCeglie, Valerie Gillespie, Fred Johnson, Theo Valentin, Belinda Womack & La Lucha, Jazmin Ghent, Ashley Smith & The Random Occurence, Gloria West and The Gents, University of Miami's Frost Jazz Ensemble featuring Dafnis Prieto, Ruth Eckerd Hall/Clearwater Jazz Holiday Youth Jazz Band with special guest Dafnis Prieto, Clearwater Jazz Holiday's Young Lions Jazz Master Sessions featuring James Suggs

42nd Annual

October 14-17, 2021

Kool & The Gang, Snarky Puppy, Gloria Gaynor, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Lettuce, Ariella, Gumbi Ortiz & The Electrik Renedevous, Eric Marienthal featuring The Sliverman Brothers, Gloria West and The Gents, Special EFX All-Stars, Jason Miles Presents to Grover with Love, Joe Marcinek Band, Lemon City Trio, Lucy Woodward and Dustbowl Revival.

 

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