Jazzmobile Summerfest 2016 Line-Up In Harlem

houston person at jazzmobile in harlem1Join this years Jazzmobile’s Summerfest which opens with Houston Person at Grants Tomb and July 6th – August 31st, 2016, they will bring to the stage: legends, masters, rising stars, young emerging performers and Guest Emcees from WHCR|FM as they celebrate their 30th Anniversary!

Their 2016 special themed concerts include:

Houston Person opens to Summerfest at Grants Tomb! 7.6.16

A Tribute to Sarah Vaughan in honor of the recent honor bestowed up on her by the United States Postal Service! 7.8.16

Happy Birthday Dr. Billy Taylor audience members are invited to wear Black and White in honor of our founder and an NEA Jazz Master Pianist!  7.22.16

Jamaica Jazz Night with The First Lady of Jazz from Jamaica and Harlem Greats! Hosted by the Jamaica Tourist Board and Golden Krust — in collaboration with  WHCR-fm Celebrating their 30th Anniversary! The Carib News and Paradise Express! 7.29.16

Jimmy Heaths 90th Birthday Party in Central Park! 8.13.16

Harlem Havana concerts at Grant’s Tomb  & “Harlem Summerstage” in collaboration with the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce & Harlem Week – and the NYS Office of General Services! 8.17.16  and  8.18.16

Happy Birthday Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong A Block Party at Louis’ House  in Corona, Queens 8.25.16

Summerfest | July 2016, Line-Up includes 

Ghannyya Gree, Marcus Garvey Park, Friday 7.8.2016 – 7:00pm, A Musical Tribute to Sarah Vaughan!

Ray Mantilla, Riverbank State Park, Sunday, 7.10.2016  3:30pm

Jay Hoggard, Grants Tomb, Wednesday 7.13.2016  7:00pm

T.S. Monk, Marcus Garvey Park, Friday 7.15.2016, 7:00pm

Allan Harris, Grants Tomb, Wednesday 7.20.2016, 7:00pm

Danny Mixon, Marcus Garvey Park, Friday, 7.22.2016, 7.00pm

Happy Birthday Dr. Billy Taylor!

Summerfest Concerts
are subject to change and weather permitting!
Check our CALENDAR www.jazzmobile.org, or call 212.866.3616

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