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The wait is over as the 2021 Detroit Jazz Festival is coming in September

Mike Kazsyck

DETROIT, MI - Good news for all the jazz lovers who have been waiting for this time to come because Detroit Jazz Festival is coming back this year with an amazing lineup. The event will last for four days from September 3 to September 6 at Hart Plaza. It's about time to jazz up your life a little bit. Are you ready for it?

The Detroit Jazz Festival Foundation has celebrated the history of jazz music in Detroit for nearly 40 years. Each year, they will organize a jazz festival featuring world-class talent with a worthy performance to look for. This year is not an exception. The festival will be held for free, kudos to all the support from corporate sponsors, philanthropic organizations, individual donors, and volunteers. Anyone is allowed to enjoy this jazz performance. More than 60 performances made it in each year's lineup with remarkable and diverse genres. Spontaneous late-night jam sessions that they often offer will leave everyone surprised.

The Detroit Jazz Festival Foundation is consistent with its mission to present true jazz artists who can define their reputation and legacy across the globe through the performance they deliver as Chris Collins, the artistic director of Detroit Jazz Festival Foundation said. They will continue their tradition to showcase a dynamic group of artists from various genres no matter what generations they come from. This year's lineup includes Herbie Hancock, Kenny Barron, Michael Mayo, Roberto Fonseca, Kenny Garrett, Gregory Porter, and more.

Detroit JAZZ Fest LIVE is also returning this year, specially made for those who are unable to make it to the festival can live stream the performances from all four days and stages through their smartphone, desktop, or even tablet. For more information, please visit

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