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Thank you for a great 2021 Experience!

Be sure to save the dates for next year – June 23-26, 2022.
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TAKE 6

DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER

THE FAMILY STONE

Take 6

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 5:30pm & 8:30pm

Durant St. Patron Tent

The most awarded vocal group in history (10 Grammy Awards, 10 Dove Awards, a Soul Train Award, and more) celebrates their 25th Anniversary!

Take 6 (Claude McKnight, Mark Kibble, Joel Kibble, Dave Thomas, Alvin Chea and Khristian Dentley), heralded by Quincy Jones as the “baddest vocal cats on the planet!”, is the quintessential a cappela group and model for vocal genius. Six virtuosic voices united in crystal clear harmony, against a backdrop of syncopated rhythms, innovative arrangements, and funky grooves that bubble into an intoxicating brew of gospel, jazz, R&B, and pop. With praise from such luminaries as Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson, Ella Fitzgerald and Whitney Houston, the multi-platinum selling sextet has toured across the globe, collaborated across genres, and is recognized as the pre-eminent a capella group in the world.

Take 6 has come a long way from their days at Huntsville, Alabama’s Oakwood College where McKnight formed the group as The Gentleman’s Estate Quartet in 1980. When tenor Mark Kibble heard the group rehearsing in the dorm bathroom, he joined in the harmonies and performed on stage that night. When Mervyn Warren joined shortly afterward, they took the name Alliance. Yet, when they signed to Reprise Records/Warner Bros. in 1987, they found that there was another group with the same name, so they became Take 6. Their self-titled debut CD won over jazz and pop critics, scored two 1988 Grammy Awards, landed in the Top Ten Billboard Contemporary Jazz and Contemporary ChristianCharts, and they’ve never slowed down.

What makes the music and the group last this long? The answers are direct and simple: faith, friendship, respect, and love of music. Such qualities garnered them awards beyond musical category – a Soul Train Award and two NAACP Image Award nominations. From their exceptional live performances to their recordings, these qualities remain at the heart of the Take 6 phenomenon. 

As Take 6 celebrates their 25th Anniversary with a brand new show, they’ll share the memories in the music of the past 25 years as well as reveal what the future holds!

www.take6.com

Dee Dee Bridgewater

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

The St. Regis Aspen

Over the course of a multifaceted career spanning four decades, Grammy and Tony Award-winning Jazz giant Dee Dee Bridgewater has ascended to the upper echelon of vocalists, putting her unique spin on standards, as well as taking intrepid leaps of faith in re-envisioning jazz classics. Ever the fearless voyager, explorer, pioneer and keeper of tradition, the three-time Grammy-winner most recently won the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album for Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee. Bridgewater’s career has always bridged musical genres. She earned her first professional experience as a member of the legendary Thad Jones/Mel Louis Big Band, and throughout the 70’s she performed with such jazz notables as Max Roach, Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gordon and Dizzy Gillespie. After a foray into the pop world during the 1980s, she relocated to Paris and began to turn her attention back to Jazz. Releasing a series of critically-acclaimed CD’s, all but one, including her wildly successful double Grammy Award-winning tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, Dear Ella – have received Grammy nominations. 

Bridgewater also pursued a parallel career in musical theater, winning a Tony Award for her role as “Glinda” in The Wiz in 1975. She is currently on tour worldwide in support of “Memphis,” her new CD, and in April of this year was the recipient of an NEA Jazz Masters Fellows Award with honors bestowed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. 

www.deedeebridgewater.com

The Family Stone

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 5:30pm & 8:30pm

Durant St. Patron Tent

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9:45pm

Belly Up Aspen

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, R&B Pioneer Award Winner, and original founding member of Sly & The Family Stone; Jerry Martini, along with Phunne Stone (The multi-talented daughter of Sly Stone and the late great Cynthia Robinson) bringing the music of the first inter-racial inter-gender, main-stream major band in Rock & Roll history… the chart topping hits of Sly & The Family Stone.

These funksters are joined by the powerful voice of Swang Stewart on vocals, bringing a message of peace, love, and social consciousness, through musical harmony with some of the funkiest players of all time. Big Gunes of Funk like Nate Wingfield on the Guitar, Jimmy McKinney on keys, Frank Klepacki on Drums, and Blaise Sison on bass adding the proper pocket to the raw Family Stone sound.

They present an explosive set of their Psychedelic Funk classic hits of the 60s and 70s. The raw, unfiltered original sound that became part of the essential building blocks of many, if not most, of the great modern artists toolkits. Sampled and covered by major artists around the world, the influence of their music and sound is immeasurable in the development of modern music as we know it today.

www.thefamilystonemusic.com

BETTYE LAVETTE – 6/25 @ 6pm SOLD OUT

MONTY ALEXANDER TRIO

THE MOTET

Bettye Lavette

Friday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 6pm – SOLD OUT & 9pm

Wheeler Opera House – 2nd Floor

Saturday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

The St. Regis Aspen

Hailed by the New York Times as “one of the great soul interpreters of her generation,” five-time Grammy nominee Bettye LaVette is a vocalist who can take any type of song – jazz or country, pop or rhythm & blues – and make it her own.  LaVette’s commitment to artistry has earned the admiration of musical peers such as Jon Bon Jovi (“she doesn’t just sing the song, she lives in each of them”) and Bonnie Raitt, who praised her as “one of the most incredible R&B singers singing today…a force of nature.”  Over the course of her remarkable, six-decade career, LaVette has sung for President Obama, published an autobiography, placed six records on the rhythm & blues charts, and starred in a hit musical. 

Born Betty Jo Haskins in Muskegon, Michigan, LaVette moved at a young age to Detroit’s North End.  In 1962, at the age of 16, she stepped into a recording studio for the first time and the result was a top 10 rhythm & blues hit, “My Man – He’s a Lovin’ Man.”  Released on Atlantic Records, a leader in African American popular music, the song made LaVette an overnight star. 

Monty Alexander Trio

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 5:15pm, 7:45pm & 9:30pm

Aspen Art Museum

Nearly sixty years after he moved to the United States from Kingston, Jamaica, his hometown, Grammy nominated legendary pianist Monty Alexander is an American classic, touring the world relentlessly with various projects, delighting a global audience drawn to his vibrant personality and soulful message. A perennial favorite at Jazz Festivals and venues worldwide and at the Montreux Jazz Festival where he has performed and headlined concerts 23 times since 1976, his spirited conception is one informed by the timeless verities: endless melody-making, effervescent grooves, sophisticated voicings, a romantic spirit, and a consistent predisposition, as Alexander accurately states, “to build up the heat and kick up a storm.” In the course of any given performance, Alexander applies those aesthetics to a repertoire spanning a broad range of jazz and Jamaican musical expressions—the American songbook and the blues, gospel and bebop, calypso and reggae—and gives the hardcore-jazz-obsessed much to dig into while also communicating the message to the squarest “civilian.”

A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Alexander also performs frequently with Harlem- Kingston Express, a double trio in which he coalesces his love for hard-swinging jazz with musical flavors that reflect his Jamaican heritage, shifting between an acoustic trio and master Jamaican practitioners of electric bass and drums.

“Even now, it’s one world of music for me,” Alexander says. “I try to remove all the lines. Even though I do this thing and that thing and the other thing, at the end of the day it’s Monty Alexander. I still seem to make people happy.”

www.montyalexander.com

The Motet

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9:45pm

Belly Up Aspen

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 5:15pm & 7:45pm

Aspen Art Museum

Throughout history, unity starts on the dancefloor. From ancient tribal cultures to neon night clubs, beats bring bodies together. Once grinding and grooving in unison, the movement generates friction, sparks, and light. That might just be the purest form of energy on the planet. The Motet harness such energy. In fact, the Denver septet — Dave Watts [drums], Joey Porter [keys], Garrett Sayers [bass], Ryan Jalbert [guitar], Lyle Divinsky [vocals], Drew Sayers [sax], and Parris Fleming [trumpet] — encode a message in their energetic mélange of boisterous badass funk, swaggering soul, and thought-provoking pop.

In the process, they challenge convention and arrive with a dynamic, diverse, and definitive statement.

Since emerging in 1998, the boys have cooked up eight full-length albums and entranced countless crowds. 2016’s Totem saw them welcome Lyle behind the mic and Drew on sax. Shortly after, they kicked off what has become an annual tradition by selling out the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater for the first time. “It was my six-month anniversary and first show for a hometown crowd,” recalls Lyle. “I’ve got 10,000 people looking at me like, ‘Who the hell is that?’,” he laughs. That night would be chronicled on the fan favorite Live at Red Rocks. In the meantime, the group maintained a prolific pace of 100 shows per year in support of Totem.

www.themotet.com

ULYSSES OWENS JR. GEN Y

SAMMY MILLER
& THE CONGREGATION

DELVON LAMARR
ORGAN TRIO

Ulysses Owens Jr. Gen Y

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 9pm

Wheeler Opera House – 2nd Floor

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 5:30pm & 8:30pm

Durant St. Patron Tent

Heralded as a “powerhouse of a showman” (Glide Magazine), a “legitimate jazz triple threat” (Critical Jazz) and a drummer who “take[s] a back seat to no one” (The New York Times), performer, producer and educator Ulysses Owens Jr. goes the limit in the jazz world and beyond.

An active faculty member of the Jazz Studies Program at his alma mater, The Juilliard School, Visiting Artist in Residence at Utah State University, and Faculty Artist in Residence at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida where he teaches the Music Business course. He also oversees artistic and community programming for hundreds of children and teens as Artistic Director for Don’t Miss a Beat, Inc., a youth-empowerment non-profit founded by his family in 2008 in his hometown of Jacksonville, Florida.

Ulysses remains consistently in demand for new projects as an Artist, Producer, and Educator, remaining one of the most sought-after drummers and thought leaders of his generation. Yet what matters to him consistently is giving back and continuing to be grateful for a new day, to make a difference in the lives of others.

www.usojazzy.com

Sammy Miller & the Congregation

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Hotel Jerome

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Brunch & Shows at 10am & 12:30pm

NOLA Brunch – additional ticket required

Sammy Miller and The Congregation are on a mission, criss-crossing the country like a vaudevillian revival show with evangelic fervor for music. The seven-piece band is pulling people out of their solitary lives and putting them in the moment with a bracing dose of joyful jazz performed with infectious theatricality. The New York City-based, familial collective has captured its frenetic energy and unflinchingly optimistic songwriting on its debut album, Leaving Egypt.

Sammy Miller and The Congregation has been described as a mashup of the sensibilities of Ben Folds and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The band freely mixes vocal and instrumental tracks live and on record, asking the audience to go along for the ride with the lead melody being carried by vocalists half the time, and instruments the other half. The seven-piece group is a community of adventurous and charismatic superstar musicians who are conservatory-trained but who have not lost their childlike wonder and awe for playing music. The band lineup is Sammy Miller, drums and vocals; Sam Crittenden, trombone; Ben Flocks, tenor sax; Sammy’s sister Molly Miller on guitar; Alphonso Horne, trumpet; Corbin Jones, bass and tuba; and David Linard, piano.

“We all went to Juilliard and have these credentials, but we didn’t like the insular feeling of the jazz scene. We were seeking warmth and connection,” Sammy says. These misfit creatives descended on venues around NYC where the genre was not played. “I wanted to find a new audience,” Sammy says. “We played in dive bars where people were scared of jazz.” Their live show grew to be something of a mix between a comedy troupe and a dazzling rock band that played a vigorously reimagined strain of jazz. “We let ourselves be free on the bandstand and we took the audience with us,” Sammy says. The band’s boundless energy, inclusive ideals, catchy songwriting, and revue style presentation made them a word-of-mouth buzz band. The septet expanded its reach through adopting the rock band philosophy of touring endlessly in a van to build a fanbase.

www.sammymillercongregation.com

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 7:40pm

The Little Nell

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 9pm & 10:30pm

The Little Nell

Soul-jazz groove-machine Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio—or as it is sometimes referred to, DLO3—never would have happened without years and years of crummy gigs, and Delvon’s staunchly supportive wife, Amy Novo. 

The story goes that Hammond b3 organist Delvon would regularly lug his 400-pound instrument from venue to venue barely breaking even to play other people’s music, and Amy just got tired of it. She fiercely believed in Delvon’s talents, and, eventually, she made an offer he couldn’t refuse: If Delvon picked the musicians, she would take care of all the business surrounding it.  

“I was watching an amazing talent being marginalized. He would be getting paid like $75 a gig and be spending $60 in gas to cart around his instrument, sometimes even renting a U-Haul. It wasn’t fair,” says the self-made music mogul who may be the first person to legally own a band. “For years, Amy had been telling me to step out from being a sideman. This was a natural move. Now, I can just play music and not worry—it’s been a welcome relief,” Delvon says. 

The Seattle-based trio’s music is best described as “feel good music.” DLO3 conjures the smoky 1960s jazz stylings of Jimmy Smith and Baby Face Willette, and the snappy soul strut of Booker T. & The M.G.’s, The Meters, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Charles Earland. Within DLO3’s distinct jazz stew, are also dashes of Motown, Stax Records, blues, and cosmic Jimi Hendrix-style guitar. It’s an aesthetic that only these three could muster, as these are the sounds and vibes imprinted in the trio’s DNA. 

The band features Delvon Lamarr, a self-taught virtuosic musician with perfect pitch who taught himself jazz and has effortlessly been able to play a multitude of instruments. On guitar is the dynamo Jimmy James who eases through Steve Cropper-style chanking guitar, volcanic acid-rock freak-out lead playing, and slinky Grant Green-style jazz. From Reno, Nevada is drummer Dan Weiss (also of the powerhouse soul and funk collective The Sextones). Dan’s smoldering pocket-groove drumming locks in the trio’s explosive chemistry. 

Live, the band is telepathically musical, easing through improvisational ideas, grooves, and extended jams with silken swagger. The exhilarating live experience also showcases the band’s deep personal connection with witty between-song repartee, vignette song stories, and unpredictably dynamic flights of in-the-moment musicality. This live connection carries over into the studio and into the band’s compositional approach. Much of the band’s recorded repertoire is written on the spot, during soundchecks, on the bandstand, and in the studio. The trio’s trusted connection makes for a wellspring of soulful ideas ever present. 

The three-piece group started in May, 2015 at Amy’s behest, and since then has issued two Billboard-charting albums and a 45. In the near future, DLO3 will be releasing a bevy of new music come fall and winter 2020. 

It’s rare for an instrumental band playing trad jazz-inspired music to make such waves in the post-auto tune era. But the three-piece has quickly made a name for themselves through incendiary live performances, including a feature on Seattle’s KEXP’s “Local Artist Spotlight”; a live performance at Upstream Music Festival broadcast by KEXP that garnered over 7 million views; and numerous national and international tours and performances. 

Other select highlight include their debut album, Close but No Cigar, nabbing the Billboard  ranks of #1 Contemporary Jazz and #3 Jazz Album, and their Live at KEXP! hitting #10 Jazz Album and #20 Heatseekers Album. Performance highlights include DLO3 appearances on Adult Swim’s “Live on Fish Center,” a Day Trotter Session, and a live recording at Paste Magazine studios. In addition, the group has performed at Montreal Jazz Festival, live on Parisian TV, and at the 71st Monaco Red Cross Ball which featured John Legend. The trio has also earned coverage from Rolling Stone (Italy), Chicago Tribune, and Seattle Times. In addition to these accolades, DLO3 also enjoys the pleasure of being part of the hip Colemine Records family, and being booked by the powerhouse Kurland Agency. 

Besides prodigious talent and a rare chemistry, one secret to DLO3’s success has been manager/den mother Amy Novo who heads up Novo Productions LLC. Amy is affectionally referred to as “Shortcake” by the band, and has been called “mafia” by some industry professionals, resulting in the modified nickname, “Shortcake Mafia.” She lives up to the image with sharp business instincts, fierce determination, almost maternal love of her band, and a charismatic and passionate approach to connecting with fans and industry professionals. Amy was born into a musical and creative family, and she has a deep appreciation and understanding of music and the artist’s way. Prior to DLO3, though, she didn’t have music biz experience, but her instincts and her strong DIY enterprising ethos have made DLO3 a global groove phenomenon. 

It’s been a profound journey for DLO3. Years ago, Amy would hear Delvon lament about fearing being the local legend who never went anywhere. Today, through her tireless work ethic, and his bottomless talent, the power couple have taken the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio beyond their wildest dreams. “I used to listen to the old jazz greats and think about their European travels. For years, I thought it would never happen for me, and then Miss Novo made it happen. Without her we would still be in the basement,” Delvon marvels. Amy adds: “I’m not a salesperson—I can only do something I believe in—but Delvon is so talented, and I am passionate about keeping his music alive. I fight for the artists I work with.”

www.delvonlamarrorgantrio.com

JAMISON ROSS

TUBA SKINNY

CAROLYN LEONHART

Jamison Ross

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 9pm & 10:30pm – SINGLE TICKETS

The Little Nell

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 7:40pm – GA PASS

The Little Nell

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:15pm – DONOR/VIP PASS

Aspen Art Museum

 

Jamison Ross is a vocalist and drummer that delivers messages of humanity through the medium of jazz.

A native of Jacksonville, FL, Jamison’s passion for music was realized while growing up in his grandfather’s church, where he realized the effectiveness of music. Jamison began his study of jazz as a high school student at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and gained worldwide acclaim as a featured musician in the Tribeca Film Festival winning documentary CHOPS; a film that followed the school’s jazz ensemble as they prepare and perform in the renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Essentially Ellington Festival competition.

In 2012, Ross’ career began to take shape after winning the Thelonious Monk Jr. International Jazz Competition for his drumming. This achievement afforded him a recording contract with Concord Jazz. Jamison recounts, “at the time, people knew me as a drummer; they didn’t know I could sing. I wanted to merge my gifts.”

His 2015 debut release, Jamison, introduced the world to his concept of rhythm and melody and also garnered a GRAMMY® nomination for Best Jazz Vocal Album.

www.jamisonrossmusic.com

Tuba Skinny

Thursday, June 24, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:15pm

Aspen Art Museum

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 9pm

Wheeler Opera House – 2nd Floor

Founded in 2009, Tuba Skinny has steadily evolved from a loose collection of street musicians into a solid ensemble dedicated to bringing the traditional New Orleans sound to audiences around the world. Drawing on a wide range of musical influences – from spirituals to Depression-era blues, from ragtime to traditional jazz – their sound evokes the rich musical heritage of their New Orleans home. The band has gained a loyal following through their distinctive sound, their commitment to reviving long-lost songs, and their brainstorming live performances. They have released seven albums.

www.tubaskinny.com

Carolyn Leonhart

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 5:15pm & 7:45pm

The St. Regis Aspen

A soulful singer of “stunning intelligence” with a voice that is “absolute magic” (Jazz Times), award winning vocalist Carolyn Leonhart has released four critically acclaimed solo albums which have been on Jazz Radio charts worldwide. Winner of Downbeat’s “Best College jazz Vocalist” as well as third place winner in the Thelonius Monk International Jazz Competition, Carolyn beautifully weaves the worlds of jazz and pop into every project she is a part of. In addition to headlining at jazz clubs, concert halls and festivals with her solo band, Carolyn has been a member of the iconic jazz/rock group Steely Dan for over a decade, appearing as a featured back-up vocalist on every album and every tour, including the multi Grammy Award winning “Two Against Nature”. Carolyn has toured and performed with Al Jarreau, Michael McDonald, Boz Scaggs, Enya, and The Charles Mingus Big Band, Hank Jones, Catherine Russell, and was recently featured at Jazz At Lincoln Center. In late 2017, Carolyn made her acting debut and received critical acclaim for her performance in the Off-Broadway musical, “Cross That River”. 

PAA KOW

BADI ASSAD

JUANITO PASCUAL

Paa Kow

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 7:40pm

The Little Nell

Having toured internationally, sharing stages with both African and American luminaries including Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede and Victor Wooten, Ghana born drummer and composer, Paa Kow, (pronounced Pah-Ko), blends rhythm and artistry from his home with jazz and African roots creating his own Afro-Fusion sound. Dubbed “Ghana’s most artistic drummer” (Modern Ghana), he plays a custom, traditionally inspired Ghanaian drum set that is the only one of its kind in the world, guaranteeing an extraordinary cultural and musical experience.

Growing up in the small village of Enyan Denkyira near Cape Coast in Ghana, West Africa, Paa Kow began to play music and tour with his family’s concert band at a very early age. He has since grown to be widely recognized as one of the most remarkable drum set players to tour in Africa, Europe, and America. Paa Kow’s deep groove and prodigious talent reveal a unique ability to speak to listeners with his drums, inspiring a profound spiritual conversation and fulfilling his vision to spread the music and culture of his homeland by touring the world with his Afro-Fusion Orchestra.

https://www.paakowmusic.com

Badi Assad

Friday, June 25, 2021 – Shows at 6pm, 7:40pm & 9pm

Here House @ Local Coffee

Saturday, June 26, 2021 – Shows at 6pm, 7:40pm & 9pm

Here House @ Local Coffee

Brazil’s Badi Assad is one of the most innovative, passionate and talented Artists of all times and is lauded as one of the world’s most unique and cross-transcendental performance artists of this generation. She transcends traditional styles of her native Brazilian music with a mixture of pop, jazz and world/ethnic sounds from around the world. As a result, the extraordinary singer, guitarist, and percussionist is successfully forging an exhilarating genre of music that quite literally defies categorization.

What makes Badi Assad so unique is her hungry pursuit of performance experimentation that no other artist has done: She combines an extraordinary guitar talent, a unique mouth percussion, beautiful singing, combining a rhythmic body movement, to create an exciting, fresh music sound, and leaving spectators… simply… BREATHLESS. Indeed, watching Badi perform is like witnessing a spiritual phenomenon. How she does what she does all at once, and delivering an extraordinary performance, is quite unbelievable.

As a singer, Badi is vibrant and electric, responding to her inner passion with deft creativity. As a guitarist, she has inspired audiences and critics worldwide with a unique combination of technical mastery and innovation that has caused many to re-examine their notions about the instrument. Through it all, Badi’s adventurous spirit and buoyant personality have become an integral part of her music.

www.badiassad.com/en

Juanito Pascual

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 6pm, 7:40pm & 9pm

Here House @ Local Coffee

Virtuoso flamenco guitarist/composer/improviser Juanito Pascual has been called “one of the hottest flamenco guitarists in recent years” by National Public Radio, a major accolade which in this case is just the jumping off point for the Minneapolis native’s musical style. His sound is a truly organic blend of a mastery of traditional and contemporary flamenco plus unexpected influences ranging from Jimi Hendrix and the Grateful Dead to Miles Davis and J.S. Bach.

Since the 2003 release of his debut solo recording “Cosas en Comun”, Pascual’s international touring schedule has brought him to venues including the Tanglewood Jazz Festival, New York’s Lincoln Center, and Blue Note Jazz Club, The Panama Jazz Festival and Madrid’s renowned Casa Patas. He has performed with a lengthy ‘who’s who’ of top flamenco artists including 2016 tour dates and invitation to appear in a documentary film with flamenco icon Jorge Pardo (of Paco de Lucia’s legendary Sextet, Chick Corea’s Spanish Heart Band) in addition to collaborations with a diverse range of musicians including Grammy-winning soprano Dawn Upshaw, bassist John Patitucci, pianist Danilo Perez (Wayne Shorter Qt), percussionist Jamey Haddad (Paul Simon’s group), virtuoso guitarist Grisha Goryachev, and many others.

His 2014 release “Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio” was included on NPR critic Milo Miles’ “Best World Music Albums” list that year and he is the author of “The Total Flamenco Guitarist” method book. In addition to touring and teaching workshops in 2020, Pascual is releasing two singles while recording his fourth full-length album for release in early 2021.

www.juanitopascual.com

NEW ORLEANS ROADSHOW REVUE:
DUMPSTAPHUNK

NEW ORLEANS ROADSHOW REVUE:
GEORGE PORTER, JR.

NEW ORLEANS ROADSHOW REVUE:
JON CLEARY

New Orleans Roadshow Revue:
Dumpstaphunk

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Hotel Jerome

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9:45pm

Belly Up

Dumpstaphunk stands out amongst New Orleans’ best, cementing themselves as one of the funkiest bands to ever arise from the Crescent City. Born on the Jazz & Heritage Festival stage, and descended from Neville and Meters family bloodlines, these soldiers of funk ignite a deep, gritty groove that dares listeners not to move. Their performances combine ingenious musicianship through complex funk, rock, and jazz arrangements accompanied by soulful melodies and Big Easy traditions. 

The band just released their 4th studio album Where Do We Go From Here on April 23, 2021 featuring Marcus King, Trombone Shorty and Chali 2Na, and is now available on double bronze vinyl, CD and all digital platforms. Dumpstaphunk culled material from many different sources over the past few years, creating during downtime and rare off tour cycle stop-gaps at various studios in New Orleans: some songs were born on-the-spot in the studio, others as a drum beat or a groove at sound-check. A few were simply covers that were already in the band’s live repertoire. The songwriting was largely collaborative, with all band-members contributing their own respective stylistic nuances.  

For the past 17 years, Dumpstaphunk has earned its reputation as the most well-regarded next-generation New Orleans live powerhouse, the type of band whose live shows attract sit-ins from legends like Carlos Santana, Bob Weir and Trombone Shorty. Alongside Hall, Daniels, Alex Wasily, Ryan Nyther and drummer Deven Trusclair, cousins Ivan and Ian Neville have built upon their family’s iconic NOLA legacy as they’ve transformed Dumpstaphunk into the city’s pre-eminent 21st-century funk-fusion export, resulting in recent career highlights like their July 2019 opening gig for the Rolling Stones on their home turf at the Superdome.  

Dueling baselines from Tony Hall and Nick Daniels III set off one of the dirtiest rhythm sections on the planet, while Ivan Neville lights up the Hammond B3 keys and cousin Ian Neville’s funky guitar riffs send the groove into overdrive. Dumpstaphunk tosses around lead vocals and four-part harmonies the way Sly & the Family Stone did, but with three studio albums under their belt, Dumpstaphunk stands on the merit of their own material.

Dumpstaphunk has performed at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival every year since 2001 and continues to tour all over the world. Most recently, before the pandemic the band supported The Rolling Stones in New Orleans, as well as toured with George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic for his farewell tour. They have performed on hundreds of festival stages likeJamCruise, Dead & Company’s Playing in the Sand, Lockn Festival, NYC’s Summerstage, and Byron Bay Bluesfest, and you never know who may appear as a guest on stage with the band on any given night. Guest appearances have included Santana, Bob Weir, John Oates, Lucas Nelson, Deen Ween, Blackbyrd McKnight, Jerry Harrison, Marcus King and Nicki Bluhm. 

For more information, visit www.dumpstaphunk.com 

New Orleans Roadshow Revue:
George Porter, Jr

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Hotel Jerome

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9:45pm

Belly Up

George Porter, Jr. is best known as the bassist of The Meters, along with Art Neville, Leo Nocentelli and Joseph Zigaboo Modeliste. The group was formed in the mid ’60s and came to be recognized as one of the progenitors of funk then called R&B. The Meters disbanded in 1977, but reformed in 1989. Today the original group still plays the occasional reunions but the Funky Meters, of which Porter and Neville are still members, most prominently keeps the spirit alive.

Porter’s rhythmic work in the Meters in lockstep with drummer Zigaboo Modeliste was epic. Those pockets, the long notes and fat holes, provided the cushion for Leo Nocentelli or Art Neville to play or sing over and created some of R&B history’s most memorable grooves.

Porter has proven to be capable of the ultimate fusion of rock, funk and R&B, and has gained recognition as one of the industry’s elite bass players. He continues to be not only an in demand performing artist but an accomplished studio musician and producer.

www.georgeporterjr.com

New Orleans Roadshow Revue:
Jon Cleary

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Hotel Jerome

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9:45pm

Belly Up


Jon Cleary’s love and affinity for New Orleans music goes back to the rural British village of Cranbrook, Kent, where he was raised in a musical family.  Cleary’s maternal grandparents performed in London in the 1940s, under the respective stage names Sweet Dolly Daydream and Frank Neville, The Little Fellow With The Educated Feet  – she as a singer, and he as a crooner and tap dancer.  

Cleary’s work pays obvious homage to the classic Crescent City keyboard repertoire created by such icons as Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Domino, Professor Longhair, Art Neville, Dr. John, and James Booker – while also using it as a launching pad for a style that incorporates such other diverse influences as ’70s soul and R&B, gospel music, funk, Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Cuban rhythms, and much more.

www.joncleary.com

TICKETS

TAKE6

Take 6

Friday, June 25, 2021 | 5:30pm & 8:30pm

Durant St. Patron Tent

The most awarded vocal group in history (10 Grammy Awards, 10 Dove Awards, a Soul Train Award, and more) celebrates their 25th Anniversary!

Take 6 (Claude McKnight, Mark Kibble, Joel Kibble, Dave Thomas, Alvin Chea and Khristian Dentley), heralded by Quincy Jones as the “baddest vocal cats on the planet!”, is the quintessential a cappela group and model for vocal genius. Six virtuosic voices united in crystal clear harmony, against a backdrop of syncopated rhythms, innovative arrangements, and funky grooves that bubble into an intoxicating brew of gospel, jazz, R&B, and pop. With praise from such luminaries as Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson, Ella Fitzgerald and Whitney Houston, the multi-platinum selling sextet has toured across the globe, collaborated across genres, and is recognized as the pre-eminent a capella group in the world.

Take 6 has come a long way from their days at Huntsville, Alabama’s Oakwood College where McKnight formed the group as The Gentleman’s Estate Quartet in 1980. When tenor Mark Kibble heard the group rehearsing in the dorm bathroom, he joined in the harmonies and performed on stage that night. When Mervyn Warren joined shortly afterward, they took the name Alliance. Yet, when they signed to Reprise Records/Warner Bros. in 1987, they found that there was another group with the same name, so they became Take 6. Their self-titled debut CD won over jazz and pop critics, scored two 1988 Grammy Awards, landed in the Top Ten Billboard Contemporary Jazz and Contemporary ChristianCharts, and they’ve never slowed down.

What makes the music and the group last this long? The answers are direct and simple: faith, friendship, respect, and love of music. Such qualities garnered them awards beyond musical category -a Soul Train Award and two NAACP Image Award nominations. From their exceptional live performances to their recordings, these qualities remain at the heart of the Take 6 phenomenon.

As Take 6 celebrates their 25th Anniversary with a brand new show, they’ll share the memories in the music of the past 25 years as well as reveal what the future holds!

https://https://take6.com/

DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER

Dee Dee Bridgewater

Friday, June 25, 2021 – Shows at 7:15pm and 9:30pm

The St. Regis Aspen

Over the course of a multifaceted career spanning four decades, Grammy and Tony Award-winning Jazz giant Dee Dee Bridgewater has ascended to the upper echelon of vocalists, putting her unique spin on standards, as well as taking intrepid leaps of faith in re-envisioning jazz classics. Ever the fearless voyager, explorer, pioneer and keeper of tradition, the three-time Grammy-winner most recently won theGrammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album for Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee.Bridgewater’s career has always bridged musical genres. She earned her first professional experience as a member of the legendary Thad Jones/Mel Louis Big Band, and throughout the 70’s she performed with such jazz notables as Max Roach, Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gordon and Dizzy Gillespie. After a foray into the pop world during the 1980s, she relocated to Paris and began to turn her attention back to Jazz. Releasing a series of critically-acclaimed CD’s, all but one, including her wildly successful double Grammy Award-winning tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, Dear Ella -have received Grammy nominations.

Bridgewater also pursued a parallel career in musical theater, winning a Tony Award for her role as “Glinda” in The Wiz in 1975. She is currently on tour worldwide in support of “Memphis,” her new CD, and in April of this year was the recipient of an NEA Jazz Masters Fellows Award with honors bestowed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C

www.deedeebridgewater.com/

THE MOTET

The Motet

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9pm

Belly Up Aspen

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 5:15pm & 7:45pm

Aspen Art Museum

Throughout history, unity starts on the dancefloor. From ancient tribal cultures to neon night clubs, beats bring bodies together. Once grinding and grooving in unison, the movement generates friction, sparks, and light. That might just be the purest form of energy on the planet. The Motet harness such energy. In fact, the Denver septet — Dave Watts [drums], Joey Porter [keys], Garrett Sayers [bass], Ryan Jalbert [guitar], Lyle Divinsky [vocals], Drew Sayers [sax], and Parris Fleming [trumpet] — encode a message in their energetic mélange of boisterous badass funk, swaggering soul, and thought-provoking pop.

In the process, they challenge convention and arrive with a dynamic, diverse, and definitive statement.

Since emerging in 1998, the boys have cooked up eight full-length albums and entranced countless crowds. 2016’s Totem saw them welcome Lyle behind the mic and Drew on sax. Shortly after, they kicked off what has become an annual tradition by selling out the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater for the first time. “It was my six-month anniversary and first show for a hometown crowd,” recalls Lyle. “I’ve got 10,000 people looking at me like, ‘Who the hell is that?’,” he laughs. That night would be chronicled on the fan favorite Live at Red Rocks. In the meantime, the group maintained a prolific pace of 100 shows per year in support of Totem.

www.themotet.com

Bettye Lavette

Bettye Lavette

Friday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 9pm/h4>

Wheeler Opera House – 2nd Floor

Saturday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

The St. Regis Aspen

Hailed by the New York Times as “one of the great soul interpreters of her generation,” five-time Grammy nominee Bettye LaVette is a vocalist who can take any type of song – jazz or country, pop or rhythm & blues – and make it her own. LaVette’s commitment to artistry has earned the admiration of musical peers such as Jon Bon Jovi (“she doesn’t just sing the song, she lives in each of them”) and Bonnie Raitt, who praised her as “one of the most incredible R&B singers singing today…a force of nature.” Over the course of her remarkable, six-decade career, LaVette has sung for President Obama, published an autobiography, placed six records on the rhythm & blues charts, and starred in a hit musical.

Born Betty Jo Haskins in Muskegon, Michigan, LaVette moved at a young age to Detroit’s North End. In 1962, at the age of 16, she stepped into a recording studio for the first time and the result was a top 10 rhythm & blues hit, “My Man – He’s a Lovin’ Man.” Released on Atlantic Records, a leader in African American popular music, the song made LaVette an overnight star.

THE FAMILY STONE

The Family Stone

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 5:30pm & 8:30pm

Durant St. Patron Tent

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9pm

Belly Up Aspen

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, R&B Pioneer Award Winner, and original founding member of Sly & The Family Stone; Jerry Martini, along with Phunne Stone (The multi-talented daughter of Sly Stone and the late great Cynthia Robinson) bringing the music of the first inter-racial inter-gender, main-stream major band in Rock & Roll history… the chart topping hits of Sly & The Family Stone.

These funksters are joined by the powerful voice of Swang Stewart on vocals, bringing a message of peace, love, and social consciousness, through musical harmony with some of the funkiest players of all time. Big Gunes of Funk like Nate Wingfield on the Guitar, Jimmy McKinney on keys, Frank Klepacki on Drums, and Blaise Sison on bass adding the proper pocket to the raw Family Stone sound.

They present an explosive set of their Psychedelic Funk classic hits of the 60s and 70s. The raw, unfiltered original sound that became part of the essential building blocks of many, if not most, of the great modern artists toolkits. Sampled and covered by major artists around the world, the influence of their music and sound is immeasurable in the development of modern music as we know it today.

www.thefamilystonemusic.com

Monty Alexander Trio

Monty Alexander Trio

Friday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 5:15pm & 7:45pm

Aspen Art Museum

Nearly sixty years after he moved to the United States from Kingston, Jamaica, his hometown, Grammy nominated legendary pianist Monty Alexander is an American classic, touring the world relentlessly with various projects, delighting a global audience drawn to his vibrant personality and soulful message. A perennial favorite at Jazz Festivals and venues worldwide and at the Montreux Jazz Festival where he has performed and headlined concerts 23 times since 1976, his spirited conception is one informed by the timeless verities: endless melody-making, effervescent grooves, sophisticated voicings, a romantic spirit, and a consistent predisposition, as Alexander accurately states, “to build up the heat and kick up a storm.” In the course of any given performance, Alexander applies those aesthetics to a repertoire spanning a broad range of jazz and Jamaican musical expressions—the American songbook and the blues, gospel and bebop, calypso and reggae—and gives the hardcore-jazz-obsessed much to dig into while also communicating the message to the squarest “civilian.”

A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Alexander also performs frequently with Harlem- Kingston Express, a double trio in which he coalesces his love for hard-swinging jazz with musical flavors that reflect his Jamaican heritage, shifting between an acoustic trio and master Jamaican practitioners of electric bass and drums.

“Even now, it’s one world of music for me,” Alexander says. “I try to remove all the lines. Even though I do this thing and that thing and the other thing, at the end of the day it’s Monty Alexander. I still seem to make people happy.”

www.montyalexander.com

ULYSSES OWENS JR. GEN Y

Ulysses Owens Jr. Gen Y

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 9pm

Wheeler Opera House – 2nd Floor

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 5:30pm & 8:30pm

Durant St. Patron Tent

Heralded as a “powerhouse of a showman” (Glide Magazine), a “legitimate jazz triple threat” (Critical Jazz) and a drummer who “take[s] a back seat to no one” (The New York Times), performer, producer and educator Ulysses Owens Jr. goes the limit in the jazz world and beyond.

An active faculty member of the Jazz Studies Program at his alma mater, The Juilliard School, Visiting Artist in Residence at Utah State University, and Faculty Artist in Residence at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida where he teaches the Music Business course. He also oversees artistic and community programming for hundreds of children and teens as Artistic Director for Don’t Miss a Beat, Inc., a youth-empowerment non-profit founded by his family in 2008 in his hometown of Jacksonville, Florida.

Ulysses remains consistently in demand for new projects as an Artist, Producer, and Educator, remaining one of the most sought-after drummers and thought leaders of his generation. Yet what matters to him consistently is giving back and continuing to be grateful for a new day, to make a difference in the lives of others.

www.usojazzy.com

Jamison Ross

Jamison Ross

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 9pm & 10:30pm – SINGLE TICKETS

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 7:30pm – GA PASS

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:15pm – VIP PASS

The Little Nell

Jamison Ross is a vocalist and drummer that delivers messages of humanity through the medium of jazz.

A native of Jacksonville, FL, Jamison’s passion for music was realized while growing up in his grandfather’s church, where he realized the effectiveness of music. Jamison began his study of jazz as a high school student at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and gained worldwide acclaim as a featured musician in the Tribeca Film Festival winning documentary CHOPS; a film that followed the school’s jazz ensemble as they prepare and perform in the renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Essentially Ellington Festival competition.

In 2012, Ross’ career began to take shape after winning the Thelonious Monk Jr. International Jazz Competition for his drumming. This achievement afforded him a recording contract with Concord Jazz. Jamison recounts, “at the time, people knew me as a drummer; they didn’t know I could sing. I wanted to merge my gifts.”

His 2015 debut release, Jamison, introduced the world to his concept of rhythm and melody and also garnered a GRAMMY® nomination for Best Jazz Vocal Album.

www.jamisonrossmusic.com

SAMMY MILLER
THE CONGREGATION

Sammy Miller & the Congregation

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7:15pm & 9pm

Hotel Jerome

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 10am & 12:30pm

NOLA Brunch – additional ticket required

Sammy Miller and The Congregation are on a mission, criss-crossing the country like a vaudevillian revival show with evangelic fervor for music. The seven-piece band is pulling people out of their solitary lives and putting them in the moment with a bracing dose of joyful jazz performed with infectious theatricality. The New York City-based, familial collective has captured its frenetic energy and unflinchingly optimistic songwriting on its debut album, Leaving Egypt.

Sammy Miller and The Congregation has been described as a mashup of the sensibilities of Ben Folds and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The band freely mixes vocal and instrumental tracks live and on record, asking the audience to go along for the ride with the lead melody being carried by vocalists half the time, and instruments the other half. The seven-piece group is a community of adventurous and charismatic superstar musicians who are conservatory-trained but who have not lost their childlike wonder and awe for playing music. The band lineup is Sammy Miller, drums and vocals; Sam Crittenden, trombone; Ben Flocks, tenor sax; Sammy’s sister Molly Miller on guitar; Alphonso Horne, trumpet; Corbin Jones, bass and tuba; and David Linard, piano.

“We all went to Juilliard and have these credentials, but we didn’t like the insular feeling of the jazz scene. We were seeking warmth and connection,” Sammy says. These misfit creatives descended on venues around NYC where the genre was not played. “I wanted to find a new audience,” Sammy says. “We played in dive bars where people were scared of jazz.” Their live show grew to be something of a mix between a comedy troupe and a dazzling rock band that played a vigorously reimagined strain of jazz. “We let ourselves be free on the bandstand and we took the audience with us,” Sammy says. The band’s boundless energy, inclusive ideals, catchy songwriting, and revue style presentation made them a word-of-mouth buzz band. The septet expanded its reach through adopting the rock band philosophy of touring endlessly in a van to build a fanbase.

www.sammymillercongregation.com

Carolyn Leonhart

Carolyn Leonhart

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 5:15pm & 7:45pm

The St. Regis Aspen

A soulful singer of “stunning intelligence” with a voice that is “absolute magic” (Jazz Times), award winning vocalist Carolyn Leonhart has released four critically acclaimed solo albums which have been on Jazz Radio charts worldwide. Winner of Downbeat’s “Best College jazz Vocalist” as well as third place winner in the Thelonius Monk International Jazz Competition, Carolyn beautifully weaves the worlds of jazz and pop into every project she is a part of. In addition to headlining at jazz clubs, concert halls and festivals with her solo band, Carolyn has been a member of the iconic jazz/rock group Steely Dan for over a decade, appearing as a featured back-up vocalist on every album and every tour, including the multi Grammy Award winning “Two Against Nature”. Carolyn has toured and performed with Al Jarreau, Michael McDonald, Boz Scaggs, Enya, and The Charles Mingus Big Band, Hank Jones, Catherine Russell, and was recently featured at Jazz At Lincoln Center. In late 2017, Carolyn made her acting debut and received critical acclaim for her performance in the Off-Broadway musical, “Cross That River”.

DELVON LAMARR ORGAN TRIO

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 7:30pm

The Little Nell

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 9pm & 10:30pm

The Little Nell

Soul-jazz groove-machine Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio—or as it is sometimes referred to, DLO3—never would have happened without years and years of crummy gigs, and Delvon’s staunchly supportive wife, Amy Novo.

The story goes that Hammond b3 organist Delvon would regularly lug his 400-pound instrument from venue to venue barely breaking even to play other people’s music, and Amy just got tired of it. She fiercely believed in Delvon’s talents, and, eventually, she made an offer he couldn’t refuse: If Delvon picked the musicians, she would take care of all the business surrounding it.

“I was watching an amazing talent being marginalized. He would be getting paid like $75 a gig and be spending $60 in gas to cart around his instrument, sometimes even renting a U-Haul. It wasn’t fair,” says the self-made music mogul who may be the first person to legally own a band. “For years, Amy had been telling me to step out from being a sideman. This was a natural move. Now, I can just play music and not worry—it’s been a welcome relief,” Delvon says.

The Seattle-based trio’s music is best described as “feel good music.” DLO3 conjures the smoky 1960s jazz stylings of Jimmy Smith and Baby Face Willette, and the snappy soul strut of Booker T. & The M.G.’s, The Meters, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Charles Earland. Within DLO3’s distinct jazz stew, are also dashes of Motown, Stax Records, blues, and cosmic Jimi Hendrix-style guitar. It’s an aesthetic that only these three could muster, as these are the sounds and vibes imprinted in the trio’s DNA.

The band features Delvon Lamarr, a self-taught virtuosic musician with perfect pitch who taught himself jazz and has effortlessly been able to play a multitude of instruments. On guitar is the dynamo Jimmy James who eases through Steve Cropper-style chanking guitar, volcanic acid-rock freak-out lead playing, and slinky Grant Green-style jazz. From Reno, Nevada is drummer Dan Weiss (also of the powerhouse soul and funk collective The Sextones). Dan’s smoldering pocket-groove drumming locks in the trio’s explosive chemistry.

Live, the band is telepathically musical, easing through improvisational ideas, grooves, and extended jams with silken swagger. The exhilarating live experience also showcases the band’s deep personal connection with witty between-song repartee, vignette song stories, and unpredictably dynamic flights of in-the-moment musicality. This live connection carries over into the studio and into the band’s compositional approach. Much of the band’s recorded repertoire is written on the spot, during soundchecks, on the bandstand, and in the studio. The trio’s trusted connection makes for a wellspring of soulful ideas ever present.

The three-piece group started in May, 2015 at Amy’s behest, and since then has issued two Billboard-charting albums and a 45. In the near future, DLO3 will be releasing a bevy of new music come fall and winter 2020.

It’s rare for an instrumental band playing trad jazz-inspired music to make such waves in the post-auto tune era. But the three-piece has quickly made a name for themselves through incendiary live performances, including a feature on Seattle’s KEXP’s “Local Artist Spotlight”; a live performance at Upstream Music Festival broadcast by KEXP that garnered over 7 million views; and numerous national and international tours and performances.

Other select highlight include their debut album, Close but No Cigar, nabbing the Billboard ranks of #1 Contemporary Jazz and #3 Jazz Album, and their Live at KEXP! hitting #10 Jazz Album and #20 Heatseekers Album. Performance highlights include DLO3 appearances on Adult Swim’s “Live on Fish Center,” a Day Trotter Session, and a live recording at Paste Magazine studios. In addition, the group has performed at Montreal Jazz Festival, live on Parisian TV, and at the 71st Monaco Red Cross Ball which featured John Legend. The trio has also earned coverage from Rolling Stone (Italy), Chicago Tribune, and Seattle Times. In addition to these accolades, DLO3 also enjoys the pleasure of being part of the hip Colemine Records family, and being booked by the powerhouse Kurland Agency.

Besides prodigious talent and a rare chemistry, one secret to DLO3’s success has been manager/den mother Amy Novo who heads up Novo Productions LLC. Amy is affectionally referred to as “Shortcake” by the band, and has been called “mafia” by some industry professionals, resulting in the modified nickname, “Shortcake Mafia.” She lives up to the image with sharp business instincts, fierce determination, almost maternal love of her band, and a charismatic and passionate approach to connecting with fans and industry professionals. Amy was born into a musical and creative family, and she has a deep appreciation and understanding of music and the artist’s way. Prior to DLO3, though, she didn’t have music biz experience, but her instincts and her strong DIY enterprising ethos have made DLO3 a global groove phenomenon.

It’s been a profound journey for DLO3. Years ago, Amy would hear Delvon lament about fearing being the local legend who never went anywhere. Today, through her tireless work ethic, and his bottomless talent, the power couple have taken the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio beyond their wildest dreams. “I used to listen to the old jazz greats and think about their European travels. For years, I thought it would never happen for me, and then Miss Novo made it happen. Without her we would still be in the basement,” Delvon marvels. Amy adds: “I’m not a salesperson—I can only do something I believe in—but Delvon is so talented, and I am passionate about keeping his music alive. I fight for the artists I work with.”

www.delvonlamarrorgantrio.com

TUBA SKINNY

Tuba Skinny

Thursday, June 24, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:15pm

Aspen Art Museum

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 9pm

Wheeler Opera House – 2nd Floor

Founded in 2009, Tuba Skinny has steadily evolved from a loose collection of street musicians into a solid ensemble dedicated to bringing the traditional New Orleans sound to audiences around the world. Drawing on a wide range of musical influences – from spirituals to Depression-era blues, from ragtime to traditional jazz – their sound evokes the rich musical heritage of their New Orleans home. The band has gained a loyal following through their distinctive sound, their commitment to reviving long-lost songs, and their brainstorming live performances. They have released seven albums.

www.tubaskinny.com

PAA KOW

Paa Kow

Sunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 6pm & 7:30pm

The Little Nell

Having toured internationally, sharing stages with both African and American luminaries including Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede and Victor Wooten, Ghana born drummer and composer, Paa Kow, (pronounced Pah-Ko), blends rhythm and artistry from his home with jazz and African roots creating his own Afro-Fusion sound. Dubbed “Ghana’s most artistic drummer” (Modern Ghana), he plays a custom, traditionally inspired Ghanaian drum set that is the only one of its kind in the world, guaranteeing an extraordinary cultural and musical experience.

Growing up in the small village of Enyan Denkyira near Cape Coast in Ghana, West Africa, Paa Kow began to play music and tour with his family’s concert band at a very early age. He has since grown to be widely recognized as one of the most remarkable drum set players to tour in Africa, Europe, and America. Paa Kow’s deep groove and prodigious talent reveal a unique ability to speak to listeners with his drums, inspiring a profound spiritual conversation and fulfilling his vision to spread the music and culture of his homeland by touring the world with his Afro-Fusion Orchestra.

https://www.paakowmusic.com/

BADI ASSAD

Badi Assad

Friday, June 25, 2021 – Shows at 6pm, 7:30pm & 9pm

Here House @ Local Coffee

Saturday, June 26, 2021 – Shows at 6pm, 7:30pm & 9pm

Here House @ Local Coffee

Brazil’s Badi Assad is one of the most innovative, passionate and talented Artists of all times and is lauded as one of the world’s most unique and cross-transcendental performance artists of this generation. She transcends traditional styles of her native Brazilian music with a mixture of pop, jazz and world/ethnic sounds from around the world. As a result, the extraordinary singer, guitarist, and percussionist is successfully forging an exhilarating genre of music that quite literally defies categorization.

What makes Badi Assad so unique is her hungry pursuit of performance experimentation that no other artist has done: She combines an extraordinary guitar talent, a unique mouth percussion, beautiful singing, combining a rhythmic body movement, to create an exciting, fresh music sound, and leaving spectators… simply… BREATHLESS. Indeed, watching Badi perform is like witnessing a spiritual phenomenon. How she does what she does all at once, and delivering an extraordinary performance, is quite unbelievable.

As a singer, Badi is vibrant and electric, responding to her inner passion with deft creativity. As a guitarist, she has inspired audiences and critics worldwide with a unique combination of technical mastery and innovation that has caused many to re-examine their notions about the instrument. Through it all, Badi’s adventurous spirit and buoyant personality have become an integral part of her music.

http://badiassad.com/en/

JUANITO PASCUAL

Juanito Pascual

FSunday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 6pm, 7:30pm & 9pm/h4>

Here House @ Local Coffee

Virtuoso flamenco guitarist/composer/improviser Juanito Pascual has been called “one of the hottest flamenco guitarists in recent years” by National Public Radio, a major accolade which in this case is just the jumping off point for the Minneapolis native’s musical style. His sound is a truly organic blend of a mastery of traditional and contemporary flamenco plus unexpected influences ranging from Jimi Hendrix and the Grateful Dead to Miles Davis and J.S. Bach.

Since the 2003 release of his debut solo recording “Cosas en Comun”, Pascual’s international touring schedule has brought him to venues including the Tanglewood Jazz Festival, New York’s Lincoln Center, and Blue Note Jazz Club, The Panama Jazz Festival and Madrid’s renowned Casa Patas. He has performed with a lengthy ‘who’s who’ of top flamenco artists including 2016 tour dates and invitation to appear in a documentary film with flamenco icon Jorge Pardo (of Paco de Lucia’s legendary Sextet, Chick Corea’s Spanish Heart Band) in addition to collaborations with a diverse range of musicians including Grammy-winning soprano Dawn Upshaw, bassist John Patitucci, pianist Danilo Perez (Wayne Shorter Qt), percussionist Jamey Haddad (Paul Simon’s group), virtuoso guitarist Grisha Goryachev, and many others.

His 2014 release “Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio” was included on NPR critic Milo Miles’ “Best World Music Albums” list that year and he is the author of “The Total Flamenco Guitarist” method book. In addition to touring and teaching workshops in 2020, Pascual is releasing two singles while recording his fourth full-length album for release in early 2021.

www.juanitopascual.com

New Orleans Road Revue:
Dumpstaphunk

New Orleans Road Revue: Dumpstaphunk

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Hotel Jerome

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Belly Up

Dumpstaphunk stands out amongst New Orleans’ best, cementing themselves as one of the funkiest bands to ever arise from the Crescent City. Born on the Jazz & Heritage Festival stage, and descended from Neville and Meters family bloodlines, these soldiers of funk ignite a deep, gritty groove that dares listeners not to move. Their performances combine ingenious musicianship through complex funk, rock, and jazz arrangements accompanied by soulful melodies and Big Easy traditions.

The band just released their 4th studio album Where Do We Go From Here on April 23, 2021 featuring Marcus King, Trombone Shorty and Chali 2Na, and is now available on double bronze vinyl, CD and all digital platforms. Dumpstaphunk culled material from many different sources over the past few years, creating during downtime and rare off tour cycle stop-gaps at various studios in New Orleans: some songs were born on-the-spot in the studio, others as a drum beat or a groove at sound-check. A few were simply covers that were already in the band’s live repertoire. The songwriting was largely collaborative, with all band-members contributing their own respective stylistic nuances.

For the past 17 years, Dumpstaphunk has earned its reputation as the most well-regarded next-generation New Orleans live powerhouse, the type of band whose live shows attract sit-ins from legends like Carlos Santana, Bob Weir and Trombone Shorty. Alongside Hall, Daniels, Alex Wasily, Ryan Nyther and drummer Deven Trusclair, cousins Ivan and Ian Neville have built upon their family’s iconic NOLA legacy as they’ve transformed Dumpstaphunk into the city’s pre-eminent 21st-century funk-fusion export, resulting in recent career highlights like their July 2019 opening gig for the Rolling Stones on their home turf at the Superdome.

Dueling baselines from Tony Hall and Nick Daniels III set off one of the dirtiest rhythm sections on the planet, while Ivan Neville lights up the Hammond B3 keys and cousin Ian Neville’s funky guitar riffs send the groove into overdrive. Dumpstaphunk tosses around lead vocals and four-part harmonies the way Sly & the Family Stone did, but with three studio albums under their belt, Dumpstaphunk stands on the merit of their own material.

Dumpstaphunk has performed at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival every year since 2001 and continues to tour all over the world. Most recently, before the pandemic the band supported The Rolling Stones in New Orleans, as well as toured with George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic for his farewell tour. They have performed on hundreds of festival stages likeJamCruise, Dead & Company’s Playing in the Sand, Lockn Festival, NYC’s Summerstage, and Byron Bay Bluesfest, and you never know who may appear as a guest on stage with the band on any given night. Guest appearances have included Santana, Bob Weir, John Oates, Lucas Nelson, Deen Ween, Blackbyrd McKnight, Jerry Harrison, Marcus King and Nicki Bluhm.

For more information, visit www.dumpstaphunk.com

New Orleans Road Revue:
George Porter, Jr

New Orleans Road Revue: George Porter, Jr

Friday, June 25, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Hotel Jerome

Saturday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Belly Up

George Porter, Jr. is best known as the bassist of The Meters, along with Art Neville, Leo Nocentelli and Joseph Zigaboo Modeliste. The group was formed in the mid ’60s and came to be recognized as one of the progenitors of funk then called R&B. The Meters disbanded in 1977, but reformed in 1989. Today the original group still plays the occasional reunions but the Funky Meters, of which Porter and Neville are still members, most prominently keeps the spirit alive.

Porter’s rhythmic work in the Meters in lockstep with drummer Zigaboo Modeliste was epic. Those pockets, the long notes and fat holes, provided the cushion for Leo Nocentelli or Art Neville to play or sing over and created some of R&B history’s most memorable grooves.

Porter has proven to be capable of the ultimate fusion of rock, funk and R&B, and has gained recognition as one of the industry’s elite bass players. He continues to be not only an in demand performing artist but an accomplished studio musician and producer.

www.georgeporterjr.com

New Orleans Road Revue:
Jon Cleary

New Orleans Road Revue: Jon Cleary

Friday, June 26, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Hotel Jerome

Saturday, June 27, 2021 | Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm

Belly Up

Jon Cleary’s love and affinity for New Orleans music goes back to the rural British village of Cranbrook, Kent, where he was raised in a musical family. Cleary’s maternal grandparents performed in London in the 1940s, under the respective stage names Sweet Dolly Daydream and Frank Neville, The Little Fellow With The Educated Feet – she as a singer, and he as a crooner and tap dancer.

Cleary’s work pays obvious homage to the classic Crescent City keyboard repertoire created by such icons as Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Domino, Professor Longhair, Art Neville, Dr. John, and James Booker – while also using it as a launching pad for a style that incorporates such other diverse influences as ’70s soul and R&B, gospel music, funk, Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Cuban rhythms, and much more.

www.joncleary.com

TICKETS

Donor (VIP) Tickets – Currently SOLD OUT  Get on Waitlist Here

JAS Aspen Snowmass Donor Passes get you in on the inside track and provide you with outstanding Donor privileges.
Donor Passes also help JAS fulfill its mission to bring world-class renowned and emerging artists to its stages.
Below is pricing and information for the newly formatted 2021 June Experience.
For information on becoming a JAS National Council Member please click here.

Or call 970.920.4996 for assistance in purchasing.

For general admission ticket information visit us here

June 4-Day Donor (VIP) Passes

Currently Sold Out – More Tickets May be Released Later, CLICK HERE to get on the waitlist

$1,500 per person includes:
● Access to Downtown VIP Tent with gourmet dinner and drinks Thursday, Friday and Saturday (June 24-26)
● Option to reserve a seat in advance for 1 show of choice nightly
● Select reserved seating at all shows, except for shows at Victoria’s (based on availability upon arrival). Must arrive at least 10 minutes before show time
● Ticket to the Thursday, June 24 concert at Aspen Art Museum and to all venues/concerts June 26-27
● PRIVATE VIP concerts at the Downtown VIP Tent on Friday and Saturday (June 26-28)
● Passes are transferable by day
● $750 tax deduction

June 4-Day Limited Donor (VIP) Passes (2-3 shows a night)

$1,000 per person includes:

  • Thursday, June 24 – A show at AAM @ 9:15 pm
  • Friday, June 25
    • Monty Alexander at AAM – 5:15 pm – 6:30 pm
    • Take 6 at Durant St. VIP Tent – 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm VIP Dinner & Show
  • Saturday, June 26
    • The Motet at AAM – 5:15 pm – 6:30 pm
    • New Orleans Road Revue at Belly Up with VIP Seating – 7:15 pm  – 8:30 pm
    • Family Stone at Durant St. VIP Tent – 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm VIP Dinner & Show
  • Sunday, June 27
    • Jamison Ross at AAM – 7 pm – 8:15 pm
    • Ulysses Owens Gen Y at Durant St. VIP Tent – 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm VIP Dinner & Show
  • $500 tax deduction

It isn’t the full pass.  The shows at the St. Regis are NOT AVAILABLE. Only the late seating option is available.

Friday, June 25 – VIP Dinner w/ performance by Take 6

$250 per person includes:

Available Times:

  • 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm  OR
  • 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

At the Durant St. VIP Tent.

Join for a VIP Dinner catered by chef Martin Oswald with a performance immediately following.

This pass is $250 per person with $100 tax-deductible.

Saturday, June 26 – VIP Dinner w/ performance by The Family Stone

$250 per person includes:

Available Times:

  • 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm  OR
  • 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

At the Durant St. VIP Tent.

Join for a VIP Dinner catered by chef Martin Oswald with a performance immediately following.

This pass is $250 per person with $100 tax-deductible.

Sunday, June 27 – VIP Dinner w/ performance by Ulyssess Owens Jr. 

$250 per person includes:

Available Times:

  • 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm  OR
  • 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

At the Durant St. VIP Tent.

Join for a VIP Dinner catered by chef Martin Oswald with a performance immediately following.

This pass is $250 per person with $100 tax-deductible.

To purchase tickets please visit us here. For more information contact JAS at 970-920-4996, or by E-mail cisley@jazzaspensnowmass.org

PLEASE NOTE: The cost of each VIP Donor Pass for the JAS June & Labor Day Experience (Gold, Silver or National Council) includes a fair market value component for admission to the event and a tax deductible contribution. In the event that the event is cancelled for any reason, only the fair market value component will be refunded. The tax deductible contribution will not be refunded under any circumstances, including if the event is cancelled. JAS proudly uses the tax deductible contribution in furtherance of JAS’ mission of music education and performance programming. 

EVENT CANCELLATION POLICY: The cost of each VIP Donor Pass for the JAS June & Labor Day Experience (Gold, Silver or National Council Membership) includes a fair market value component for admission to the event and a tax deductible donation, which supports JAS year-round education and programming. In the event that the event is cancelled for any reason, only the fair market value (FMV) component will be refunded or credited for future use. The tax deductible donation will not be refunded under any circumstances, including if the event is cancelled, as your donation and tax deduction will be acknowledged (per IRS rules) in the year in which you made the donation. JAS cannot carry forward this donation to the following year under any circumstances. JAS proudly uses the tax deductible contribution in furtherance of JAS’ mission of music education and performance programming.

If you elect to receive a credit for the FMV to a future event, if the ticket for the future event includes a tax deductible contribution component or increased FMV, you will need to pay the difference in connection with the new ticket value. For example, if you purchased a ticket to an event for $1,500 that included a $500 fair market value component and a $1,000 tax deductible donation, if the event is cancelled you would be entitled to a refund of $500 or a $500 credit against a ticket for a future event with JAS. 

Thursday, June 24 – Sunday, June 27, 2021
Jazz and related music genres: soul, Latin, blues, funk, world music and more! There will be something for everyone! Check out the full lineup above.
Detailed lineups and schedules are above on this page. Or download our app by searching “Jazz Aspen Snowmass” in your app store.
Shows will start as early as 5pm and the last show ends at 11pm.
Doors for each show will open 10-15 minutes prior to show time
  • 3-Day (Fri – Sun) GA Passes (SOLD OUT): Access to 3 assigned shows a night for all three nights.
  • Single Day GA Passes (available for Fri – Sun): Access to 2-3 assigned shows per night for the day the pass is purchased.
  • Single Show GA Tickets: Purchase tickets for an individual show!
  • 4-Day VIP Passes: Access to assigned VIP only shows and dinner and drinks at the Durant Street VIP tent
  • 4-Day Limited VIP Passes: Access to 2-3 assigned VIP only shows and dinner and drinks at the Durant Street VIP tent
  • VIP Single Day Tickets: access to dinner and performance on the night of purchase

For more info on GA tickets click here, to purchase GA tickets click here.
For more info on VIP tickets click on the “Donor” tab above, to purchase VIP tickets click here.

Should JAS have to cancel any event due to Colorado or Pitkin County COVID related restrictions you will have the option of receiving a refund for your tickets or a credit for future rescheduled events.

Yes we are offering individual tickets for specific shows and they can be purchased here.

GA:
-3 Day Passes: are transferable lanyards that you must wear to enter the venues. They can be picked up at the JAS Office (110 E Hallam Suite 104) Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm starting Monday, June 21, 2021.

-Single Day Passes and Single Show tickets will be sent to your phone via the AXS Mobile App. Learn more about AXS Mobile in the next question.

VIP:

VIP passes have been mailed out and you should be receiving soon.

AXS Mobile ID is digital ticketing technology that provides the flexibility and convenience of safely and securely managing tickets online or in the JAS Aspen Snowmass App, and the preferred admission method for JAS Labor Day Experience. It eliminates paper tickets and allows you to enter the JAS venue with your AXS Mobile ID, the credit card used to purchase tickets or a valid ID (ID must be registered to the AXS account). AXS Mobile ID is currently in use at other popular Colorado venues, including Pepsi Center and Red Rocks Amphitheater and allows you to manage your tickets digitally. AXS Mobile ID gives you the ability to transfer, sell and buy seats through an official marketplace endorsed by JAS. Please see our AXS Mobile ID section for more info and details.
At this time all shows at the main event venues are ticketed and will cost money.
Tickets day of will be based on availability. JAS Box Office will be located in downtown Aspen, exact location is TBD.
JAS Box Office will be located in downtown Aspen, exact location is TBD.
All 3-Day passes are transferable – simply give your lanyard to a friend for them to use for the day!
The 2021 June Experience will be hosted across several venues in Aspen, CO – mostly in the downtown Aspen Core. Current participating venues include:
• Downstairs at The Little Nell (TLN): 675 E Durant Ave
• The Rooftop of The Aspen Art Museum (AAM): 637 E Hyman Ave
• The Velvet Buck in the St Regis (REG): 315 E Dean St
• Belly Up Aspen (BU): 450 S Galena St
• Ballroom of The Hotel Jerome: 330 E Main St
•The Durant Street VIP Tent (VIP): 433 E Durant Ave, Aspen, CO 81611
•Here House @ Local Coffee: 614 E Cooper Ave
•The Wheeler Opera House: 320 E Hyman Ave

*All venues are subject to change and additional venues may be added

  • When arriving at ANY venue have your proof of vaccination or negative COVID test (taken within 72 hours of entry) up and ready to present
  • We will accept any of the following forms of proof of vaccination: physical card, picture of your card or a secure app
  • If you DO NOT bring either your proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED INTO THE VENUE. Tickets WILL NOT be refunded if you fail to present either items required for entry
Yes everyone with a ticket will get into the show.
Each venue will have a different seating plan. Some will include bistro style and high-top tables and seating, some will have rows of chairs near the stage and some will have standing room only sections. All venues will include at least one style of seating option, though at some venues seating is limited and first come first serve. Certain venues will have room for dancing and will be programmed with danceable music accordingly.
All the venues are indoors, however weather will affect your commute between shows. The event is in the High Rockies of Colorado in the summer time. Thunderstorms and drastic weather changes are known to occur quickly. The temperatures also drop significantly during the evenings. Please make sure to bring layers and dress appropriately for your walks to and from venues.
No outside food and beverage will be allowed in the event venues.
Yes. All venues will have drinks for purchase and limited will have food options.

The great thing about the new June format is most of the venues are within walking distance from each other. We hope that you enjoy a show and then take a walk through beautiful Aspen, stopping at local eateries and shops along the way to the next venue. THERE IS NO DESIGNATED EVENT PARKING AVAILABLE.

  • Free town shuttles with RFTA. Routes and schedules here
  • WE Cycles are a great bike sharing service with stations all over town. Learn more here
  • The Downtowner is a free (tipping the driver is required) service around town. Learn more here
  • Pedi Cabs are available (tipping driver is required) please ask a JAS team member to call one for you
Check out this page from the Aspen Ski Company. It is a great resource of the different airports, driving directions and shuttle options.
Check out our lodging partners in the “Lodging Info” tab next to the FAQ
  • Basalt/Willits is approximately 30 minutes “down valley” from the venue. Click here for a list of accommodations in Basalt/Willits. You will need to either drive up and park at the Intercept Lot (at the intersection of Hwy. 82 and Brush Creek Rd.) and take an event shuttle up OR you can take a RFTA bus from Basalt/ Willits up to the event. See bus schedules here.
  • Carbondale approximately 50 minutes “down valley” from the venue. Click here for a list of accommodations in Carbondale. You will need to either drive up and park at the Intercept Lot (at the intersection of Hwy 82 and Brush Creek Rd) and take an event shuttle up OR you can take a RFTA bus from Carbondale up to the event. See bus schedules here.
  • Glenwood Springs is approximately 70 minutes “down valley” from the venue. Click here for a list of accommodations in Glenwood Springs. You will need to either drive up and park at the Intercept Lot (at the intersection of Hwy. 82 and Brush Creek Rd.) and take an event shuttle up OR you can take a RFTA bus from Glenwood Springs up to the event. See bus schedules here.
There is camping sites available around Aspen but they are limited and on a first come first serve basis. To learn more about camping in Aspen visit here
All venues have ADA accessibility and seating. If you need ADA assistance please call 970-989-4993
For media inquires please email: jazzaspen@jazzaspensnowmass.org
For volunteer opportunities please email: jazzaspen@jazzaspensnowmass.org
Visit our Lodging Partners in Snowmass for your Experience Lodging! For additional lodging options call 800-SNOWMASS

Stay in one of Destination Snowmass’ Aspen/Snowmass area vacation rentals and enjoy amenities like private entrances, full kitchens, spacious living areas, and private outdoor space. All the comforts of AVE 25% on your stay in our Aspen Snowmass area condominiums and enjoy amenities like full kitchens, spacious living areas, and private outdoor space. All the comforts of home with all the amenities of a hotel to make your music festival weekend easy and comfortable. Choose from boutique hotel rooms to four bedroom residences located throughout Snowmass Village, some within walking distance to the venue. Earn World of Hyatt points with your stay.

Click here or call 970-429-5055 to book your Jazz Aspen Snowmass lodging experience.

Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.