The San Antonio Parks Foundation, together with the City of San Antonio, present Jazz’SALive, San Antonio’s official jazz music festival. Join us, free of charge, on Saturday & Sunday, September 19th & 20th to celebrate 32 years of jazz in the historic and newly renovated Travis Park. Jazz’SALive features award winning national, regional, and local talent with diverse styles of jazz. Guests will enjoy live music on two stages, festival food by more than 20 food vendors and wares from local craft vendors.
Music and art merge together in the Art Alley, where local professional and amateur artists present a live art display. For kids, the event provides a Children’s Symposium which engages with four areas of music study and includes a free 2015 Jazz’SAlive T-shirt! (On Saturday only, while supplies last) Kids can also have fun at the Kid Zone, a designated play area including games, moon bounce inflatables, arts and crafts.
For an up-close and personal view, stay for the After Dark Jam session where national artists sit in with local musicians in the Anacocho Ballroom at the St. Anthony Hotel.
In anticipation for the big event, come to Jazz on the Rocks Happy Hours, presented by Rio San Antonio Cruises, for live music and cocktails from 5pm- 7pm at the St. Anthony Club in the St. Anthony – a Luxury Collection Hotel, September 3, 10 & 17.
The St. Anthony, A Luxury Collection Hotel, is the host hotel of Jazz'SALive, featuring a Jazz'SALive hotel package that includes a variety of amenity items and perks. For more information on this special hotel offering, visit this TheSt. Anthony San Antonio Hotel. The St. Anthony also hosts the Jazz’SALive After Dark Jam Sessions, immediately following the conclusion of the Jazz’SALive headlining concerts.
PARKING & BUS INFORMATION
Travis Park Plaza Garage, 711 Navarro St. #11 - Event Parking Rate: $15.00
St. Mary’s Street Garage, 205 E Travis St. - Event Parking Rate: $10.00
VIA Bus Schedule (link to )
The San Antonio Parks Foundation will be selling Jazz’SALive t-shirts, koozies, beads and posters throughout the weekend at the merchandise tent.
If you would like to volunteer at Jazz’SALive, email your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about available opportunities.
Please, no outside food or beverages permitted. The San Antonio Parks Foundation benefits from the sale of food and beverages at Jazz’SALive, which aids in its mission to provide enhancements to the parks in San Antonio and Bexar County.
Tower of Power For close to 50 years, Tower of Power has been creating their own kind of soul music. Since 1968, Tower of Power has delivered their unique brand of music to their fans, appearing before sold out crowds as they tour the world each year. Tower’s sound can be hard to categorize, but the band's leader and founding member, Emilio Castillo, has labeled their sound as "Urban Soul Music."
The Rippingtons Russ Freeman and The Rippingtons have not only set musical standards in smooth jazz, but their creative and commercial success perfectly parallels the growth of the genre over the past fifteen years. Freeman and his revolving cast of musicians have helped define and redefine the genre during that time.
Beto and The Fairlanes Let your imagination take you to a club, a festival or a crowded dancefloor. The band on stage is Beto and the Fairlanes, and their sound is an original and refreshing new dialect of Texas Salsa music.
Joe Posada is native of San Antonio’s Westside and one of Tejano Music’s most celebrated recording artists, Joe Posada is widely renowned by music lovers for having combined the sounds of Jazz and Tejano, thus creating a unique melodic fuse that has been found both intriguing and real by audiences.
Soul Track Mind infuses soul and R&B with flares of funk, rock, and dance rhythms in a modern sound deeply rooted in retro convictions. Since the band's inception in 2008, whirlwind frontman Donovan Keith and the dapper disciples of Soul Track Mind have become synonymous with wildly entertaining shows that have made them a force to reckon with in the modern soul genre.
Wayne Bergeron and The Temple Jazz Orchestra
Wayne Bergeron is enjoying a career as one of the most active players in the world. With studio dates, International touring, jazz concerts, guest soloist appearances and clinics, he has no intention of slowing down.
Founded and directed by Thomas FairlieThe Temple Jazz Orchestra, , is in residence at Temple College in Temple, Texas. TJO now boasts the best professional jazz musicians and educators from an area surrounding Temple, including musicians from Waco, Killeen, Belton, Austin, San Antonio, Round Rock and other communities.
SAVE THE DATE:
Jazz'SALive at Travis Park is set for
Saturday & Sunday, September 19 & 20, 2015.
Make plans for the entire weekend & book your hotel reservations soon at
The St. Anthony Hotel.
For more information, call 210.212.8423 or
email us at: email@example.com
Thank you to our
2015 JazzSALive Sponsors
Funding provided by the Russell Hill Rogers Fun for the Arts and the Department for Culture & Creative Development