TUCSON (KVOA) - Whether you're a fan of sweet improvisation or catchy tunes, Tucson Jazz Festival aims to gather music lovers of all kinds when the outdoor, two-day festival officially kicks off on March 20.
While an exact location has yet been determined, the festival will be held in Downtown Tucson.
”We want to give Tucson something to look forward to in March, and we will do it safely and responsibly with the help of the City and our other partners," Khris Dodge, the executive director of Tucson Jazz Festival said. "Part of our mission is to engage our community, and if we can do this and play a small roll in reviving our downtown, all the better.”
While the line-up for the jazz event has not officially been finalized, organizers say the two-day music concert will feature as much pizazz as the previous festivals hosted in Tucson.
“The 2021 Festival will host nearly as many headliner artists in two days as the Festival has over ten days in the past," Andrew Birgensmith, artistic director of Tucson Jazz Festival said. "We are excited to bring you a diverse lineup and even more excited to see you in March”.
There will be several ticket options, such as seated reserved, general admission and VIP/Platinum tickets, which includes entrance to both days of the festival, a VIP viewing deck, reserved seating and drinking tickets.
Pricing and details will be announced soon.
Information on Tucson Jazz Festival, including memberships, sponsorships and ticketing can be found by visiting tucsonjazzfestival.org.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was written by News 4 Tucson's Ericka Rios.