Official Site of the Salt Lake City Jazz Festival

Schedule

Schedule of Events

July 28th & 29th, 2017

The 2017 Salt Lake City Jazz Festival on July 28th & 29th at the Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City will be two incredible nights of live music and dance plus food and fun for the entire family. This year, we will have tributes to some of the greats, like Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Benny Goodman, as well as a session on America’s Music & Dance which is new to the Jazz Festival this year!

Check out our full line up below for both Friday and Saturday nights and click on the artist to learn more about each one.

Day 1
28 Jul 2017
Day 2
29 Jul 2017

Katrina Cannon – Here’s to Ella

Katrina Cannon, featuring Randy Madsen and the Night Star Jazz Orchestra; Centennial tribute to Ella Fitzgerald.  We celebrate Ella’s life and musical legacy with the centennial of her birth, 2017. A favorite...
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Night Star Jazz Orchestra
Katrina Cannon

Dancing on the Ice Rink

Open dancing on the Ice Rink featuring music by the Black Tie Band.

Eddie Daniels – A Salute to the Clarinet Greats

Join us on the main stage for Eddie Daniels’ tribute to Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw and others featuring the Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra.
Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra
Eddie Daniels

Dancing on the Ice Rink

Open dancing on the Ice Rink featuring music the Black Tie Band.

Bob Anderson – To Frank Sinatra & Friends

Bob Anderson is a link to one of the greatest periods of music ever given to the world and could well be called America’s Ambassador of Music. The Salt Lake...
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Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra
Bob Anderson

Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra

The Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra has been the “house band” for the Salt Lake City Jazz Festival since the Festival’s inception. The band has backed some of the greatest...
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Jack Wood
Andrea Miller
Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra

Dancing on the Ice Rink

Open dancing on the Ice Rink featuring music by the Black Tie Band

Lee Musiker Quartet

Eddie Daniels, Jay Lawrence on drums, and Denson Angulo on bass join Lee Musiker for a prime time quartet on the SLC Jazz Festival main stage.
Lee Musiker
Eddie Daniels

Dancing on the Ice Rink

Open dancing on the Ice Rink featuring music by the Black Tie Band

Emilee Floor – This is What I Do!

Emilee conquers the evening with her free-spirited, uplifting vocals and lissome piano arrangements. Her music paints the stage with light, and airy beauty, her winning personality and sheer talent explain...
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Emilee Floor

Bob Anderson – The Singer

Bob Anderson, along with the Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra and the “America’s Music & Dance” JAM dancers, close out the 2017 Salt Lake City Jazz Festival.
Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra
Bob Anderson

FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No, this is an all ages show. Alcohol sales are available for adults 21 and up with valid ID. 

Is this a rain or shine event?

Yes, the festival will be held regardless of weather.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is underground parking at the event plus street side parking around the Gallivan center and throughout downtown. Trax runs to 11:30 on both nights of the event for the Gallivan Plaza stop. 

What can I bring into the event?

Low backed chair or blanket. No outside food or alcohol permitted. No outside coolers.

What’s the refund policy?

There are no refunds on tickets purchased for the festival. 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. We are able to scan in your ticket from your phone. 

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes.