Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival features more than a dozen live-streamed and pre-recorded concert performances of world-class jazz, blues, gospel and soul acts, this year’s festival includes a strolling Mardi Gras-style parade, a virtual art walk, a salsa dance party, live interactive hosting, and more.
Friday, September 4th at 7:00pm. Tickets are $19.50, and a limited number of in-person tickets for $64.50 are available here.
Host Jim Byrnes welcomes blues-rocker Taylor James, Dalannah Gail Bowen and Tom Lavin & the Legendary Powder Blues, who will be performing a live-streamed ticketed concert.
This year’s festival also features 11 performances featuring world-class jazz, blues, gospel and soul — all of them free to view on Saturday, September 5th.
- Sister Jazz Orchestra: an 18-woman jazz ensemble showcasing Vancouver’s most accomplished female musicians
- Roma Jazz Ensemble: playing a mix of traditional Eastern European Folk, Classical, Swing and Contemporary Jazz
- Up Close: a jazz fusion ensemble made up of graduate students of the Langley Fine Arts School
- TLC Trio: the Turner-Lachance-Coon Trio creates music that is both adventurous and sublimely melodic
- Christian Alexandrov Quartet: all about soul and R&B
- Mike Allen Quartet in a Tribute to John Coltrane: featuring acclaimed Vancouver tenor saxophonist, Mike Allen, and pianist and composer, Miles Black
- Alvin Brandon Trio: Festival’s Rising Star recipient
- Rooster Davis & Brad Shigeta Band: featuring New Orleans boogie woogie style piano
- Jennifer Scott Trio: one of the finest jazz vocal improvisers in Canada
- Laila Biali Trio: Juno award-winning singer-songwriter and pianist
- Mazacote: a hard-hitting world Latin party band playing brass-soaked tropical dance beats.
Ticketed: Mimosa & Siobhan Walsh: Tribute to Aretha Franklin
This concert live-streams Saturday, September 5 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $19.50, and a limited number of in-person tickets for $49.50 are available here.
Vancouver quintet Mimosa — widely renowned for their stunning blend of jazz, Brazilian samba, cabaret and French ’60s pop — open the show followed by powerhouse R&B vocalist Siobhan Walsh, who will perform A Tribute to the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin.