Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival
Photography credits: See Practical information below.
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|Country and Region||United States — Massachusetts|
|Type of Festival||Music|
|Location of Festival||Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|Festival Contact Information|
The Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival is a free outdoor festival, featuring three stages of live music, a family park, over 70 vendors, fun for all ages — even an instrument petting zoo. It is a true celebration of the diversity of our communities, where music crosses all borders unites young and old, rich and poor, all races. The festival attracts about 55,000 each year. The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has supported the festival with a grant, for the third year in a row.
Berklee College of Music presents Grammy-winning, internationally renowned superstars and cornerstones of the Boston jazz scene — Jazz, Latin, blues, and groove acts. For a complete list of all events, venues, and performers, visit http://beantownjazz.org.
|Festival Dates||September 28, 2013|
- This year’s festival theme was “Celebrate Women in Jazz”. The lineup included Lalah Hathaway, Terri Fuller, Paula Cole, Terri Lyne Carrington and many, many others.
Photo slideshow credits:
- In order of appearance
- Reach-out from the stage, photo ©Kelly Davidson
- Image taken from stage, photo ©Kelly Davidson
- Festival venue from above, photo ©Phil Farnsworth
- Image from the crowd, photo ©Sandy Middlebrooks
- BeanTown Jazz Festival takes place on Columbus Avenue between Burke Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Boston. Venues include The Beehive, Symphony Hall, and various stages. For more information visit