20 Years of Edgefest

. October 1, 2016.
Serpentines
Serpentines

Kerrytown Concert House’s Edgefest celebrates its 20th iteration this year by paying homage to the iconic and avant garde artistry of jazz music’s past 20 years. The festival, which began as a one day event, has grown into a critically acclaimed four day spectacle. Performances will include  jazz bands and  classical ensembles to shock your ears in a pleasant way.  Featured festival artists will teach master classes and provide musical outreach in local schools. Grab your tickets to keep the music going for another 20 years!

Samuel Blaser

Samuel Blaser

October 26-29.
Visit kerrytownconcerthouse.com
for performance times, tickets, and artist information.

Marcus Elliot

Marcus Elliot

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