Last Two Days! Friday June 30th at the Xerox Rochester Intl Jazz Festival
Jun 30, 2017
Jun 30, 2017
MEDIA PLEASE NOTE: Per the artists' request, no media photos or video will be allowed at King Crimson's Show at Eastman Theatre
Rochester, NY--June 30, 2017--It's the last two days of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 16th Edition. The virtuosic musicianship and live improvisations of veteran performers of King Crimson's veteran performers will take fans on an unforgettable musical journey through their hallowed repertoire! King Crimson headlines at Eastman Theatre at 8 p.m. Limited tickets available.
It's the last day of the free Youth Jazz Workshops sponsored by Wegmans. The workshop starts at 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. in Room 120 Ray Wright Room at Eastman School of Music. No preregistration required, just show up.
The free Jazz Starts at Noon series concludes today at the Rochester Monroe County Library at 12 noon. Bring your lunch.
Two Jam Sessions await late-night fans tonight at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside starting at 10:30 p.m. Bob Sneider and his Trio head up the traditional Jams in the Riverside Ballroom. Karl Stabnau and his quartet lead his Soul'd Out Jams in Legends Bar and Grill.
The festival wraps up tomorrow, Saturday, July 1. The festival is featuring more than 1500 artists from 18 countries and more than 325 shows. It is presented in three series - the Club Pass Series with 230+ shows, the headliner series of six shows and 95 free shows and events. The festival's 19 indoor and outdoor venues all within walking distance in Rochester's East End Cultural and Entertainment District.
Last Day! Youth Jazz Workshop - 1 - 2:30 p.m.
King Crimson, 8 PM, Eastman Theatre - SOLD OUT! (no still or video cameras allowed in the theatre for this show.
Today's FREE Shows on 4 Stages
Caravan Palace, Toronto Community Soul Project, Down North, Greece Olympics , Gates Chili HS Jazz Bands, ECMS Jazz Combo with Bob Sneider and Paul Hofmann, Jacob Dupre, Greece Jazz Band
Today's Club Pass Series Shows
PLUS! "4 By Monk By 4", Ronnie Foster Organ Trio, Labarbera Brothers, Binker & Moses, Tessa Souter, Sammy Miller, Ariel Pocock, Bill Tiberio Band, Iris Bergcrantz Group Feat Anders Bergcrantz, Eric Krasno, Bill Goodwin Trio, Sammy Miller and the Congregation
Media Resources & Information
Happening Around The Fest
Uber Ride-sharing Now Available!
Download the app and catch a ride to and from the festival.
Free Shuttle Service sponsored by Harris Beach PLLC. Runs continuously around the festival from 3 p.m. to midnight. It takes approximately 30 minutes for the shuttle to make the route and return to each stop depending on traffic. Wheelchair accessible. Look for Shuttle Stop signs. want to know where's the shuttle is? Download the app or visit the web and find it fast!
Share Your Feedback - Please take our annual survey during and after the festival and let us know how things are going.
Merchandise Tent - 4-11 p.m. daily, Jazz (Gibbs) Street, official festival merchandise, personalize many items, Xerox Photo Opp, D&C Digital Virtual Reality, charging stations, free Wi-Fi and more.
Food, Food Trucks, Vendors - on Main Street, East Ave, outside Rochester Regional Health Big Tent, inside Max, Montage, Big Tent, Harro, Wilder Room and Little Theatre venues. Food Guide
Donate Musical Instruments - from 5-7:30 p.m. daily in the Merchandise Tent
Move to a Healthy Groove - Rochester Regional Health Street Teams will have ear plugs and sunglasses and other useful items. See Bubble Man on Friday and Saturday nights from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on E. Main St.
Perks for Club Pass Holders