Blues & Jazz Festival
Erie Art Museum Blues & Jazz Festival
August 2 & 3, 2014
Frontier Park, Erie, PA
Free. Rain or Shine.
The 22nd Annual Erie Art Museum Blues & Jazz Festival is the largest blues and jazz event in the region. The two-day Festival presents national and regional musicians in a beautiful, outdoor, family-friendly setting at Frontier Park. The event is free and held rain or shine.
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Volunteers assist with all aspects of the Festival, from selling merchandise to backstage production. To volunteer, call the Erie Art Museum, (814) 459-5477 and ask for Karen Dodson. You can also volunteer for the Production Crew that helps out the day before the Festival on August 3, or the Green Corps. that helps out the day after the Festival on August 6.
Check out a video of highlights from
Erie Art Museum's Annual
Blues & Jazz Festival 2010 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z39LDmVoG48
ONE PROFESSIONAL, OUTDOOR STAGE: The Erie Art Museum's Blues & Jazz Festival is presented on one professional outdoor stage. Musicians are technically supported by Raven Sound, a team of professional sound, lighting and staging engineers. Raven Sound has been supporting the Festival for 17 years. To learn more about Raven Sound, click here.
PLEASE NOTE FESTIVAL POLICIES:
The Erie Art Museum enforces a strict tent policy that regulates physical tent placement as well as tent set-up time. The Erie Art Museum will not permit any tents to be set-up prior to 9 a.m. on Saturday, August 3. Festival staff will strictly enforce this regulation. All tents set up prior to this time will be taken down and can be redeemed at the Festival's Information Tent. No unauthorized sales or solicitations. Additionally, please note that overnight camping at Frontier Park is against City of Erie ordinance, as is open-flame cooking (e.g., charcoal grills and turkey fryers) and that City of Erie police will be strictly enforcing this rule. Propane grills are permitted. Also, no pets are allowed on Festival grounds, owners will be asked to leave.