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Sacramento Music Festival


Posted on May 24

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Dust off your dancing shoes because the Sacramento Music Festival, formerly known as the Jazz Jubilee, is returning May 25-28 for its 35th year. The festival has completely reinvented itself. It will be one giant party in Old Sacramento, and the talent will include not only jazz, but also swing, blues, zydeco, rockabilly, bluegrass, Latin music and much more!

Prepare to spend your Memorial Day weekend dancing in the streets. Music will play morning, noon and night. Aside from the concerts, there will also be special events, like the Saturday Parade, evening lineups of dance and party bands, and a Memorial Day Salute to Service. Plan your weekend accordingly because there will be world-class performers you will not want to miss! Be sure to bring the kids because starting this year, children 12 and younger receive free admission. For more information, click here.

What: Sacramento Music Festival (formerly the Jazz Jubilee)
When: May 25-28
Where: Old Sacramento and Convention Center area
Cost: $10-$110

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