Thursday, September 3, 2015

Watch out for road closures during the Detroit Jazz Fest

Posted By on Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 12:06 PM

Detroit Jazz Fest receives $100,000 from Knight Foundation to support DJF's Jazz Planet
It's the end of summer festival season, and that means food, fun — and road closures.

With the Detroit Jazz Fest imminent, downtown drivers should be mindful to avoid Campus Martius, all of the connecting streets to the park are now closed. It's advised that drivers seek an alternate route until the roads are re-opened on Tuesday.



In the meantime, read our coverage of the Jazz Fest along with previews of acts like James "Blood" Ulmer, Carla Bley, and Oliver Lake Organ Quartet.

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