When: Sun., June 18, 6 p.m. 2017
n the world of music concerts, the “Jazz Spectacular” continues to be a standout both in terms of presenting the very best of jazz, but also in the character of the event, which welcomes everyone - young and old, jazz enthusiast, and novice alike. New Day Entertainment is excited to announce that the 2nd Annual Jazz Spectacular show is returning to the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 18 with an evening full of great Jazz music beginning at 6 p.m.
Featuring an incredible roster, the 2nd Annual Jazz Spectacular taking place on Father’s day will kick off with fusion, smooth jazz and crossover jazz group from Philadelphia, Pieces of a Dream. The dazzling vocals of the incredibly gifted Avery Sunshine will take to the stage, offering her unique vocal stylings. Vying for the stage will be the polished gem, Veteran and R&B singer, Eric Roberson as he sings us into the night. It gets even more Spectacular with soulful saxophone sounds of Michael Lington as he jazzes the night away. The magical night will kick into high gear with South African born singer and guitarist Jonathan Butler, followed by eager concertgoers grooving to the sounds of Master Saxophonist Marion Meadows, the Connecticut-raised smooth jazz tenor saxophone player. Just when you thought it was over, it doesn’t stop there, up next is Marc Antoine, from France, who plays acoustic guitar in jazz and smooth-jazz style. And the Jazz Spectacular will end with smooth jazz saxophonist Paul Taylor, as he takes to the stage with a set that’s fuses his trademark jazzy/funk/soul vibe with prominent elements of synthy dance pop/EDM, trancelike neo-soul, electronica, folksy lite rock, reggaeton, and even a touch of blues.
Price: $83.50, $63.50 and $43.50 Crest Ford pavilion and $24 Kroger lawn