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Fairfield Museum’s The Jazz Summer Concert Series Kicks off on August 5
August 5 - August 26
Fairfield Museum is excited to announce that our free Jazz Friday concert series will kick off on Friday, August 5, 2022 and will run through Friday, August 26, 2022.
Free performances will be held every Friday in August from 6:30pm to 8pm on the rear patio of the Museum, located at 370 Beach Road. Bring your chairs, blanket and a picnic to enjoy during the event. In the case of inclement weather we will make every effort to reschedule the performance.
2022 Jazz Fridays Line Up:
- Friday, August 5 – Brian Torff
- Friday, August 12 – Bill Crowe Quartet
- Friday, August 19 – Isabella Mendes
- Friday, August 26 – Chris Coogan
For more information about the artists and the Jazz Fridays concert series, please visit our website. Jazz Fridays is generously sponsored by Bank of America, the Connecticut Office of the Arts, and Alan and Sylvia Neigher.
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