2017 Berklee Jazz Festival

by Tessil Collins
Sunday, Oct 15, 2017




The Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival returned Saturday Sept. 30, 2017 to Columbus Avenue, west of Massachusetts Avenue, for six blocks to Burke Street. While there was rain from time to time, it was a day filled with great music and fun!

Here's our wrap-up on Boston's pre-eminent Fall season music event.


The Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival is Boston’s biggest block party—a free, annual, outdoor public concert that has delighted hundreds of thousands of music lovers over the years with its host of jazz, Latin, blues, funk, and groove performances, along with KidsJam, an instrument petting zoo, and an array of food vendors. 

The festival offers world-class music on three stages, phenomenal food and drink, arts, crafts, and unique gifts. We look forward to seeing you for Boston's best free outdoor concert.

For more information on BBJF - Click Here!

Here are some highlights from 2016 BBJF.
 

Eric Jackson with Mayor Martin Walsh and Berklee College of Music President Roger Brown

 

Eric Jackson with Laszlo Gardony

 

 

 

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