sept 2 & 3 2023
September 2-3, 2023
Gates Open at 3pm
Music, Mental Health and Well Being
With society emerging from the COVID 19 pandemic, the focus on mental health and well being has increased as people are forced to confront the effects of isolation, grief, health challenges and coping with the stress of post-pandemic realities, such as high prices,...
Festival Host’s Career Archived for Library of Congress
Dyana Williams, co-host of the John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival, is one of 39 Black female radio broadcast pioneers who are having their careers documented and archived in the Black Women in Radio-The Distinguished Inaugural 30 - Library of Congress...
“Chasin Trane” for Jazz Appreciation
April is Jazz Appreciation Month. Known as JAM, it was created at the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of American History in 2001 to recognize and celebrate the history of jazz. JAM encourages people of all ages to embrace jazz music by attending concerts,...