Historic Watertown Square to Host Jazzfest

2021 Watertown Jazzfest

The Watertown JazzFest, a full day of live music and great food, takes place July 17.

Performers include Music City Swing (a 21-piece band with a mission: preserving America’s great WWII music exactly as it was played back then), the Boro Red Hot Jazz Majors (The Boro Red Hot Jazz Majors represent a core of talented students from MTSU led by trumpeter and Director of Jazz Studies, Jamey Simmons), headliners Bob McChesney and Calabria Foti with the Nashville Jazz Orchestra and many more performers. Click here to see a full list of performers and schedule.

WHERE: Historic Watertown Square
For directions, click here

WHEN: July 17, music begins at 1pm

COST: Free

About the Watertown JazzFest
A group of local citizens with a love of jazz music dreamed of a jazz festival held in Watertown—no one else was doing Jazz Festivals at the time. John Jewell and Sharon McComb put a committee together to plan for the first annual event, and would continue through 2004 as the primary organizers of the event. The first Watertown JazzFest took place in 1996.

Click here to learn more watertownmusicandarts.com.

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