Clarksville-West End Jazz & Arts Festival Schedule

Saturday, June 14 (Pease Park)

Jazz Stage

Jimmy George (11am); Golden Arm Trio (noon); Jazz Pharoahs (1pm); Elias Haslanger & James Polk (2pm); Ellis Marsalis (3pm); Hope Morgan (4pm); Susanna Sharpe & the Samba Police (5pm); Austin Jazz Band (6pm); the Analogs
featuring Roscoe Beck (7pm)

Acoustic/Performance Arts Stage

Maya and Magly (noon); Ebony Poets (12:30pm); Auspicious (1pm); Tapestry Dance Company (1:15pm); Jason Phelps (2pm); Deviant Craft (2:30pm); Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (3pm); Austin Poets at Large (3:30pm); Creeps (4pm); Alliance Quartet (4:30pm); Correo Aereo (5:15pm); Rhythm Ritual (6:15pm); Ivry Newsome (6:45pm); Toni Bravo (7:15pm)

Sunday, June 15 (Pease Park)

Jazz Stage

Inkululeko (noon); East Babylon Symphony (1pm); Lourdes Perez (2pm); the Brew (3pm); Blues Boy Hubbard (4pm); Julianna Sheffield (5pm); Toni Price (6pm); Malachai (7pm); Voices of Christ (8pm)

Acoustic/Performance Arts Stage

Auspicious (12:45pm); Trish Murphy (1pm); Michele Solberg (1:45pm); Karma Stewart (2:15pm); Auspicious (2:45pm); Chandra Washington (3pm); Toni Bravo (3:30pm); Vortex Theatre Company (4:15pm); Hipocalypse Production (5pm); Big Game Hunter (5:45pm); Kuruna (6:30pm); Glosso Babel (7pm)

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