SLO Jazz Festival kicks off their summer season in 2013 with the 3rd Annual Court Street Summer Jazz – a lineup of music featuring local jazz heroes and stars of the Central Coast Jazz Scene.
Featuring nine weeks of the Central Coast's finest quality jazz music, each show is presented from NOON to 3PM on Saturday at the Court Street Terrace, by Pottery Barn and Sephora in San Luis Obispo upstairs near the intersection of Higuera and Osos.
Come out and enjoy the music and hear fantastic local musicians perform.
NOTE: these shows were all in 2013 - all have taken place. Please visit our EVENTS PAGE for current events.
All shows are FREE to the general public.
June 22 – The Tipsy Gypsies
June 29 – Cuesta Jazz Collective
July 13 – Mark Pietri Trio
July 27 – Choro de Ouro
August 10 – Black Market Trio
August 17 – Dylan Johnson Trio
August 24 – Damon Castillo, Joe Duran, Larry Kim, and James Conver
September 7 – Darrell Voss Trio
September 21 – Larry Arone Latin Jazz, featuring Maité
Court Street Summer Jazz returns with nine summer shows featuring world-class jazz artists to celebrate jazz in all its artistry and imagination. Court Street Summer Jazz gives San Luis Obispo residents a reason to stay in town, and yet another perfect reason for tourists to visit San Luis Obispo during the summer.
SLO Jazz Festival, Inc., is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization helping residents and patrons of San Luis Obispo celebrate jazz and nurture the human spirit, one event at a time. Featuring year-round events, lectures, special performances, and the 2014 SLO Jazz Festival on May 17, 2014, our organization offers many reasons to get involved, listen, donate, sponsor, and join as a member. Visit our website at www.slojazzfest.org for more details.
Court Street Summer Jazz is partially endowed by The San Luis Obispo Collection, by Jamestown Properties. Visit www.sanluisobispocollection.com for more information.##
Press Contact: Kevin Costigliolo, Festival Coordinator
Court Street Summer Jazz Poster/Flyer design by Barry Goyette, painting by John Landon.