Jazz In The Gardens ready to go

first_imgCome this Saturday and Sunday the Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival will bring renewed energy to Miami Gardens.Featuring a star-studded lineup, the event is expected to live up to its billing as one of South Florida’s premier festivals.With artistes of the ilk of Jill Scott,  Herbie Hancock and LL Cool J featuring DJ Z Trip, booked to rock the house, the Hard Rock Stadium is set to come alight with excitement.The event, which is being held for the second straight year, will also feature performances from Common, The Roots, Esperanza Spalding, Betty Wright, Andra Day, Morris Day & The Time, Smokie Norful, Jazz All-Stars featuring Chante Moore, Will Downing and Marion Meadows.Radio personality Rickey Smiley, host of the popular nationally syndicated Rickey Smiley Morning Show, will take on emcee duties.Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert promised patrons an unforgettable experience and value for their money. He baosted that there was no better city than Miami Gardens to host such a prestigious event.“The Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival is coming back to Miami Gardens with a bang!  We’re excited to bring some of the hottest, most talented performers in music, such as Jill Scott and Common, and welcome hip-hop performers who are heavily influenced by jazz, like The Roots and LL COOL J feat. DJ Z-TRIP. In our twelfth year, we feel positioned to evolve and reach across generations and genres to take Jazz in the Gardens to the next level, ” Mayor Oliver said.Doors to the Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival will open at 3 p.m. and the show will start at 4 p.mlast_img

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