‘Relax With Live Music On The Streets Of Philadelphia!’
Cecil B. Moore Avenue, during the 1940′s until the 1960′s, was called Columbia Avenue and served as Philadelphia’s hub for jazz and entertainment.
Come on out on Saturday, August 12 and relive this inspiring outdoor festival at the 11th Annual Jazz on the Ave Music Fest, which takes over Cecil B. Moore Avenue from Broad Street to 17th. Presented by Beech Community Services and hosted by WDAS radio personality Patty Jackson and Dyana Williams.
There will be two stages, the main stage located on Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue and the Philly Soul Stock stage at 17th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
Enjoy Grammy Award-winning and nominated artists, including Tony Rich, Eric Roberson, Glenn Lewis and other performers as well.
Also a kids’ zone with face painting, clay sculpting, and rock climbing, health and wellness screenings, craft and food vendors at the festival. The Kids’ Zone is 1 pm tp 5 pm on Sydenham Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
Explore Philly and take delight with great music in North Philadelphia!
Cecil B. Moore Avenue; from Broad to 17th Streets
August 12, 2017
Noon – 8:30 pm
FREE to Attend | Pay-As-You-Go
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