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Jazzin’ at the Vanity

At this year’s Jazzin’ at the Vanity music festival on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday June 19, festivalgoers can expect two fun-filled days of live jazz and blues performances by some of the biggest names in the city. Jazzin’ at the Vanity will provide a variety of food and dessert trucks for all to enjoy, while also incorporating the East Jefferson Marketplace featuring an abundance of retail vendors and pop-up shops. Festivalgoers can enjoy Juneteenth-inspired live art installations featuring the work of the city’s most-hailed muralists. Jazzin’ at the Vanity will also feature fun activities for kids.

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