Monterey Jazz Festival


2017 Monterey Jazz Festival- Tax-deductible Contributions

Monterey, CA
United States
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
CONTRIBUTION $10: $10.00
CONTRIBUTION $1: $1.00
CONTRIBUTION $25: $25.00
CONTRIBUTION $50: $50.00
CONTRIBUTION $75: $75.00
CONTRIBUTION $100: $100.00
CONTRIBUTION $250: $250.00
CONTRIBUTION $500: $500.00
CONTRIBUTION $1000: $1,000.00

TICKET SALE DATES
CONTRIBUTION $10 / CONTRIBUTION $1 / CONTRIBUTION $25 / CONTRIBUTION $50 / CONTRIBUTION $75 / CONTRIBUTION $100 / CONTRIBUTION $250 / CONTRIBUTION $500 / CONTRIBUTION $1000 Public Onsale: November 28, 2016 1:59 PM to September 18, 2017 5:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Each year, jazz fans like you, who want to keep jazz alive, help make it possible for Monterey Jazz Festival to provide life-changing jazz education programs through skilled instruction and mentoring to thousands of students from coast to coast. Your contribution funds these amazing programs.




$1.00 - $1,000.00

2004 Fairground Road
Monterey, CA
United States
The Monterey Jazz Festival celebrates the legacy of jazz and expands the boundaries of and opportunities to experience jazz through the creative production of performances and educational programs. We are proud to provide year-round Jazz Education Programs, showcased in our annual Next Generation Jazz Festival. We are pleased to present the world's best jazz entertainment in the Monterey Jazz Festival, the longest running jazz festival in the world. Held every September on the Monterey Fairgrounds site where the Festival was first presented in 1958, the Monterey Jazz Festival began as a dream for founder Jimmy Lyons and his co-founder and colleague, Ralph Gleason. It was a dream of a "sylvan setting with the best jazz people in the whole world playing on the same stage, having a whole weekend of jazz." That dream became reality in 1958, with the first Monterey Jazz Festival bringing in artists like Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, John Lewis, Shelly Manne, Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Ernestine Anderson, Harry James, Max Roach, and Billie Holiday.