Lansing JazzFest turns 22 this weekend

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JAZZ LADY BY BARBARA HRANILOVICH | PHOTO VIA JAZZLANSING.COM
  • Jazz Lady by Barbara Hranilovich | Photo via jazzlansing.com
The 22nd Annual Lansing JazzFest will feature river boat tours, great food, craft vendors, a beverage tent, children's activities, and of course some of the best local and national jazz talent around. In celebration of the poster art, Barbara Hranilovich's Jazz Lady, many of the performers will be wearing red, and they encourage guests to wear red as well. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

Friday, 8/5 - Saturday, 8/6, starts at noon; Old Town Lansing, intersection of Turner St. and East Grand River Ave., Lansing; jazzlansing.com; free






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