One of the greatest examples of Nashville’s rich culture would be the community of Jefferson Street. This place has seen legendary artists like Jimi Hendrix, Little Richard, Ray Charles, and so many more. Each year, Nashville celebrates this amazing community with the Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival.
The two-day event, presented by the Jefferson Street United Partnership (JUMP), all begins with Bridging the Gap Mixer on the John Seignethaler Pedestrian Bridge. There will be a wide selection of food, cocktails, and live music from some of Nashville’s hottest artists playing jazz, R&B, and blues during the event happening June 17.
Then, the very next day (June 18), the Jefferson St. Jazz & Blues Festival occurs at Bicentennial Mall State Park. It’s an all day celebration of culture and live music. This year’s headliners will be Latimore, Lakeside Band, and Midnight Star. Also, the little ones will love the Children’s Pavilion complete with a bouncy house, party train, and puppet shows. This unique Nashville festival is a great experience for both families and friends. Go check it out!
If you need any more reason to join the party head to: nashvillejazzandbluesfest.com.