Jazz’SAlive Announces Exciting Event at Travis & Legacy Park

Thursday 23rd, September 2021 / 10:14 Written by
Jazz’SAlive Announces Exciting Event at Travis & Legacy Park
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Jazz’SAlive 38th Annual Event Announces Legacy Park Lineup, After Party Details And Launches Luxurious Staycation Package Giveaway

Expanded Jazz’SAlive footprint showcases diverse artist lineup on the Tech Tempo Stage powered By Codeup at Legacy Park. RSVP is open for the official Saturday night after party on the St. Anthony Hotel rooftop terrace.

The San Antonio Parks Foundation is proud to announce the lineup for the Tech Tempo stage Powered by Codeup at Legacy Park! The 38th Annual Jazz’SAlive footprint is expanded from previous years to include programming at Legacy Park on Friday, September 24th and Saturday, September 25th. Legacy Park hosts the H-E-B Pumpkin Patch nestled into the picturesque grassy berm. The beloved Pumpkin Patch photo opportunity creates joy for jazz fans of all ages and will be open for photos Friday and Saturday. Bring the family for fall photo fun at Jazz’SAlive!

On Friday from 5pm to 8:30pm, guests will enjoy live jazz performances by jazz saxophonist, BillRay Sheppard; progressive fusion artist, Anthony Thomas Martinez; and original beat producer, Jknodic. Premier Texas Career Accelerator, Codeup hosts a “Sippin Salaries” Happy Hour for the downtown community where all are welcome to grab a cold one and sprawl out in the park while they, “Cheers to Careers.” Pinkerton’s Barbecue will offer a specialty Jazz’SAlive cocktail with $1 from each sale benefitting the SA Parks Foundation park improvement projects, along with many other happy hour options.

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BillRay Sheppard

Additionally, in partnership with Southtown Market Co., Jazz’SAlive will feature Sunset Shopping at Legacy Park showcasing local artisan vendors.

On Saturday, September 25th the Tech Tempo stage features Hil Country songbird, Nicole Goforth and her Three Swings & A Miss; brass band Bexar Brass; instrumental ska-jazz sextet, Rat King Cole; electronic jazz fusion producer, Xy!o Chris “Kra” Malacara; new-school groove outfit, The Blueprint; and eclectic soul group, DFOY Music. The Tech Tempo stage performances begin at 1pm and end at 8:30pm on Saturday. Southtown Market Co. will return with the artisan vendor market on Saturday to give jazz fans a full day to support small, local businesses. The lineup schedule for Travis Park and Legacy Park can be found below and at this link.

The Official Friday Night After Party takes place at Hopscotch 10:30pm to 12:30a featuring DeeJay and KRTU Host of The Cool Out, Gibby Diaz.  A staple in the DJ scene since the late 90s, most know him on the decks as DJ Gibb and to say his style is versatile, may be the understatement of the year. Diaz blends house, jazztronica, hip hop instrumentals, with a side of downtempo and funky low-fi beats.

The Official Jazz’SAlive Saturday Night After Party takes place at the St. Anthony Hotel Roof Top Terrace, just a step from heaven’s door, 10:30pm to 1a with live jazz by Johnny P. & The Wiseguys. The band features original tunes penned by Panzarella coupled with fresh and innovative musical arrangements of classics from the Great American Songbook that catapult the 1940’s to 1960’s sound into the new millennium. Rat-pack influenced style, along with an energetic fervor synonymous with Michael Buble’s, illustrates the dynamics of the group. The after party is free and open to the public, however, capacity is limited, and an RSVP is required. Guests can RSVP here and should be prepared to show a valid 21+ ID at the entrance.

Last but not least, the 2021 Jazz’SAlive Staycation Package Giveaway is here! Ready to kick back and enjoy the 38th Annual Jazz’SAlive in style? Fans can enter to win a luxurious staycation package that includes a one-night stay at The St. Anthony Hotel on September 25, 2021. Enter here: https://bit.ly/JazzSAliveStaycation

The package also includes:

– Two (2) Patron Seats at the main stage for Saturday, September 25, 2021

– One (1) Jazz’SAlive 18×24 commemorative poster

– Two (2) priority RSVPs for the Official Saturday Night After Party on the St. Anthony Rooftop Terrace featuring Johnny P. and The Wiseguys

– Swag from our community partners at Thomas J. Henry Injury Attorneys, Codeup, and more!

Not taking chances? Receive preferred rates when you book your room before 9/17 through the SA Parks Foundation for Jazz’SAlive weekend at the AAA Four Diamond St. Anthony Hotel. Revel in style and comfort with innovative luxury amenities at your disposal: https://bit.ly/StAnthonyJazzSAliveRes21

About Jazz’SAlive

The City of San Antonio’s Official Jazz Music Festival is back in 2021. The San Antonio Parks Foundation, in partnership with The City of San Antonio and Michelob Ultra, presents The 38th Annual Jazz’SAlive Festival on September 24 and 25 in downtown San Antonio, a fundraising event for the 501(c)3 charitable organization. This year the festival footprint is expanding to include the Tech Tempo Stage Powered by Codeup at Legacy Park, and for the first time ever, Jazz’SAlive will offer limited priority ‘Patron Seats’ at the main stage for those who want to upgrade their viewing experience.

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The Travis Park main stage, presented by the Majestic Theatre, delivers an outstanding lineup of national jazz talent including triple Grammy award-winning artist, John Scofield; world renowned Blue Note / Capitol recording artist, Kandace Springs; Broadway musician and trumpet extraordinaire, Mike Sailors. Established in 1929, San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre is a National Historic Landmark and one of the nation’s finest atmospheric theatres, entertaining in the heart of downtown for over 90 years. Talent underwriting for the John Scofield performance is provided by Russell Hill Rogers Fund for the Arts.

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Kandace Springs

As the San Antonio Parks Foundation works to support and grow the local artist community, you will see new and familiar faces sharing their talents on the main stage including flutist-ethnomusicologist, Dr. Katchie Cartwright; UTSA-grown jazz fusion collective, Xenobia; traditional jazz outfit, The Dirty River Jazz Band led by drummer Chris Alvarado; and Latin Jazz group, José Amador & TERRA NOVA.

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Dirty River Jazz Band

The Travis Park Jefferson Street stage is presented by KRTU 91.7 FM, Trinity University’s radio station that offers a dual-format programming jazz music daily 5 AM – 10 PM, followed by indie music 10 PM – 5 AM. With a talent lineup curated in partnership with SA Parks Foundation, the KRTU stage hosts a wealth of artists including the Kevin Nabors Quartet, Michelle Garibay-Carey, Toro Flores Quartet, and The Fellowship.

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Xenobia

Official sponsors of The 38th Annual Jazz’SAlive include Michelob Ultra, The Majestic Theatre, Russell H. Rogers Fund for the Arts, H-E-B, Thomas J. Henry, Codeup, Hopscotch Immersive Art Experience, KRTU 91.7 FM, The St. Anthony Hotel, NBC4, CW35, WOAI, Heaven’s Door Whiskey, Dripping Springs Distillery, iHeart Media, Legacy Park, and the City of San Antonio Parks & Recreation Department.

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