Ottawa Jazz Festival announces eclectic 2017 lineup
Kenny Rogers, Feist, Charles Bradley, Joss Stone, and more tapped for downtown Ottawa music festival
The Ottawa Jazz Festival has announced its 2017 lineup with an eclectic mix of international superstars performing over 10 days in downtown Ottawa.
This year's headliners include acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter Feist, American country singer Kenny Rogers, British singer Joss Stone, American soul/funk outfit Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, and renowned saxophonist Maceo Parker leading a tribute to the legendary Ray Charles.
Jazz Fest runs from June 22 to July 2 on stages at Confederation Park and the National Arts Centre.
Other acts gracing the main stage include Serena Ryder, The Legendary Downchild Blues Band, Caravan Palace, and St. Paul and the Broken Bones.
The bill also features eclectic Canadian musicians The Jerry Cans, Pierre Kwenders, and Hannah Georgas.
Big names from the world of jazz, soul, funk and R & B including Mavis Staples, the Robert Glasper Experiment, Kandace Springs, and Igor Butman and The Moscow Jazz Orchestra round out this year's lineup.
For full lineup details and ticket information, visit the Ottawa Jazz Festival website.
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