Hyde Park Jazz Festival 2014 in Chicago

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2014 Hyde Park Jazz Festival

teasers this week

September 23, 2014

This week Hyde Park Jazz Fest is all over the news! Tune in at the following times to hear teasers of a few of this weekend’s performances and hear more about the Festival.

Tuesday, September 23


WGNTV, Midday News Music Lounge
Marquis Hill Blacktet performing

Wednesday, September 24


Fox News, Noon News
Geof Bradfield performing


WTTW, Chicago Tonight
Dee Alexander performing


WDCB 90.9 fm, 9:30-10:30pm
HPJF Director Kate Dumbleton speaking and playing music

Friday, September 26


WGNTV, Around Town
Tomeka Reid performing at the Smart Museum

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What you need to know to attend the Hyde Park Jazz Festival

September 20, 2014

Festival dates:
Saturday, September 27, 1pm-midnight &
Sunday, September 28, 1-8pm

The Festival is FREE!

We do encourage a $5 donation at the entrance to help keep the Festival going.

The Festival is held at 14 venues across the Hyde Park neighborhood. Click the Venues tab above to see details.

The Midway (at 60th St. between Ellis and Woodlawn) will additionally have food, drinks, many different vendors, an information booth, and the Story-Share booth.

This year’s Festival features nearly 40 performances!

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