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Free NY 2009 Jazzmobile Summer Concert Schedule

 

Jazzmobile presents New York’s oldest continuous summer Jazz festival reaching approximately 100,000 annually.

The performances, are part of the Make Music New York Festival, a free day of outdoor concerts throughout the five boroughs held each year to mark the first day of summer. The esteemed Harlem institution, which has been bringing its special brand of summer mobile concerts to the parks and streets of New York since 1964, is celebrating its 45th anniversary during Summerfest with headliners like Frank Wess, the Frank Foster Big Band, Wycliffe Gordon, Houston Person, Jimmy Heath, the Arturo O’Farrill Big Band, Eunice Newkirk, Lou Donaldson, Bobby Sanabria, Vanessa Rubin, Jeremy Pelt, the Jazzmobile Allstars with Cecil Bridgewater and The Duke Ellington Legacy Band, featuring Edward Ellington II. 

Schedule In Formation/Schedule Subject to Change


 

Jazzmobile Summerfest

Tues., 28 July                        7:00 PM 

Eunice Newkirk    

138th St.
 bet. 7th & Lenox Aves.      

Harlem

 

Wed., 29 July                        7:00 PM 

Wycliffe Gordon 

Grant's Tomb – 

122nd St.
 & 
Riverside Dr
.      

Harlem

 

Thurs., 30 July                      7:00 PM 

Lily White            

Roosevelt Island – Good Shepherd Plaza       

Manhattan

 

Fri., 31 July                            7:00 PM 

Lonnie Youngblood           

129th St.
 bet. 7th & 8th Aves.           

Harlem

 

Sat., 1 August                       3:00 PM 

Annette A. Aguilar & Stringbeans  

Bennerson Park – 

64th St.
 & 
Amsterdam Ave.

Manhattan

 

Mon., 3 August                    7:00 PM 

Lou Donaldson   

Co-op City – Greenway at Section 5

Bronx

 

*Tues., 4 August                 7:00 PM 

Houston Person  

32nd Precinct National Night Out

135th St.
 bet. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.

& Frederick Douglass Blvds.    

Harlem

 

Wed., 5 August                    7:00 PM 

Benny Powell

Grant's Tomb – 

122nd St.
 & 
Riverside Dr
.      

Harlem

 

Thurs., 6 August                  7:00 PM 

Lonnie Youngblood           

111-34 198th St.
 – Hollis     

Queens

 

Fri., 7 August                        7:00 PM 

Jeremy Pelt           

Marcus Garvey Park – 

122nd St.
 & 
5th Ave.
  

Harlem

Wear Your Jazzmobile 2009 SummerFest

T-shirt Day and Photo Op!

 

Mon., 10 August                  7:00 PM

Annette A. Aguilar & Stringbeans

Tappen Park

Staten Island

 

Tues., 11 August                 7:00 PM 

Arturo O'Farrill    

34-56 107th St.
 – Corona    

Queens

 

Wed., 12 August                  7:00 PM 

Jimmy Heath        

Grant's Tomb – 

122nd St.
 & 
Riverside Dr
.      

Harlem

Wear Your Jazzmobile 2009 SummerFest

T-shirt Day and Photo Op!

 

*Note:  As part of Harlem Week 2009

 

Please note that all performances are weather permitting and subject to change.

 

Jazzmobile, Inc.

154 West 127th Street

HarlemNew York 10027

Tel: 212-866-4900         

Fax: 212-866-3613                            

www.jazzmobile.org

www.twitter.com/JazzmobileNYC

Facebook: bit.ly/Jazzmobile 

 



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