2022 Lineup / Saturday Aug 13

FILM: America’s Musical Journey

Sat, Aug 13 @ 10am
Tech Interactive Stage

Narrated by Morgan Freeman, this visually-stunning film is a cross-country adventure through the musical heritage of America and the cultural cities where America’s music was born. Watch it on the largest IMAX dome screen in the West, inside inside the Tech Interactive.

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FILM: America’s Musical Journey

Sat, Aug 13 @ 10am
Tech Interactive Stage

SOJ Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 11am
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

The SOJ Big Band was formed almost 20 years ago in the south San Francisco Bay Area to play big band arrangements of gospel and swing, Latin, R&B and jazz tunes.

 

SOJ Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 11am
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Reactable Exhibit Performance with Marcos Zambrano

Sat, Aug 13 @ 11am
Tech Interactive Stage

Get hands-on with music creation, even if you’ve never played an instrument! Marcos Zambrano, Music Coordinator for SJZ’s Progressions education program, will perform with the Tech’s Reactable exhibit, speak about his experience with the Music Technology Group in Barcelona, and incorporate his violin into an interactive performance and Q&A session.

Reactable Exhibit Performance with Marcos Zambrano

Sat, Aug 13 @ 11am
Tech Interactive Stage

Amy D. & Dillon Vado Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ Noon
Hammer4 Stage

Vocalist Amy D. and vibraphonist Dillon Vado present a new collaborative project focused on the exploration and presentation of reflective songs that act as doorways to genuine feelings.

Amy D. & Dillon V.
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Amy D. & Dillon Vado Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ Noon
Hammer4 Stage
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Fest Photographer Robert Birnbach in Conversation with Greg Bridges

Sat, Aug 13 @ Noon
Tech Interactive Stage

Hear the stories behind some of Summer Fest’s most enduring shots. Fest photographer Robert Birnbach takes some time out of his busy Fest schedule to speak with radio host Greg Bridges about his journey to professional photography. This event will take place inside the Tech Interactive’s New Venture Hall.

Fest Photographer Robert Birnbach in Conversation with Greg Bridges

Sat, Aug 13 @ Noon
Tech Interactive Stage

Jazz Education Ensemble

Sat, Aug 13 @ Noon
SJMA Next Gen Stage

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Jazz Education Ensemble

Sat, Aug 13 @ Noon
SJMA Next Gen Stage

The Serenaders

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

The Serenaders band was originally formed in 1983 and has been active in various forms ever since. Although the band has always highlighted jazz standards from the proverbial Great American Songbook, it has evolved to include big band and swing versions of contemporary jazz and popular music.

The Serenaders

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Aaron Germain Chance Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

Aaron Germain first gained experience playing jazz, blues, funk, and reggae. Since moving to the Bay, he’s entered the world of salsa and Afro-Cuban music, playing alongside Caribbean steel pan music, and even accompanying Indian kathak dancers. Over his 20-plus years as a working bass player, he learned to be picky about quality but not genre.

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Aaron Germain Chance Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Alabama Mike & The Mighty Revelators

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

Alabama Mike is a hard-driving blues singer who will remind you of the early original blues legends, you may have heard on the Chess, Duke, Trumpet and Galaxy Record labels, and even maybe some Elmore James, Buddy Guy, Little Junior Parker, Little Johnny Taylor, and BB King (in his early years).

Alabama Mike & The Mighty Revelators

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

Reactable Exhibit Performance with Marcos Zambrano

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Get hands-on with music creation, even if you’ve never played an instrument! Marcos Zambrano, Music Coordinator for SJZ’s Progressions education program, will perform with the Tech’s Reactable exhibit, speak about his experience with the Music Technology Group in Barcelona, and incorporate his violin into an interactive performance and Q&A session.

 

 

 

 

Reactable Exhibit Performance with Marcos Zambrano

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Tech Interactive Stage

7th Street Big Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Hammer Theatre Stage

Advertised as “not your grandparents’ big band,” 7th Street Big Band was conceived in the depths of East San Jose by drummer and bandleader Gabby Horlick. With its fresh injection of contemporary influences into the big band format, the group is a showcase for some of the South Bay’s best young jazz talent.

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7th Street Big Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
Hammer Theatre Stage
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Mariachi Mexico

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

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Mariachi Mexico

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

Bobby Watson & Curtis Lundy Quartet, with Cyrus Chestnut and Victor Jones

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage

Saxophonist Bobby Watson and bassist Curtis Lundy have maintained a fruitful creative pairing since first coming together in the acclaimed acoustic quintet Horizon. The two have played alongside some of jazz’s greatest names, including Art Blakey, Max Roach, and Freddie Hubbard.

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Bobby Watson & Curtis Lundy Quartet, with Cyrus Chestnut and Victor Jones

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage
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Michael Webster Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

Michael Webster’s quartet project brings together bassist Ryan Trujillo, drummer Daniel Williams and pianist Jonathan Franaszek to present a sound distilled from Bay Area roots.

Michael Webster Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

Acoustic Guitar Summit: Stowell, Vandivier, Razavi and Meade

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2pm
Hammer4 Stage

For this one-time performance, guitarists John Stowell, Rick Vandivier, and Mason Razavi are joined by New York-based percussionist Dave Meade to explore the acoustic potential of contemporary jazz. The unusual instrumentation will make for a fun set of exploration and deep listening. The guitarists are each known for their lyricism, thoughtful improvisation, and penchant for intuitive interaction.

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Acoustic Guitar Summit: Stowell, Vandivier, Razavi and Meade

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2pm
Hammer4 Stage
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New Orleans Suspects with Erica Falls

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

This all-star performance is a convergence of New Orleans cultural heavyweights. Crescent City musical veterans the New Orleans Suspects, alongside a guest appearance from vocalist Erica Falls, set the musical tone for a vibrant set.

New Orleans Suspects with Erica Falls

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

Diunna Greenleaf with the Little Village Foundation All Stars

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2:45pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

Influenced by Koko Taylor, Aretha Franklin, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe, native Texan Diunna Greenleaf combines intricate patches of jazz, gospel and heartfelt soul to create her own “kind” version of the blues.

Diunna Greenleaf

Diunna Greenleaf with the Little Village Foundation All Stars

Sat, Aug 13 @ 2:45pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

The Howard Wiley Show

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

Howard Wiley first displayed his unique musical talent while performing at his local church. He’s gone on to craft his own infectious fusion of jazz, soul, gospel, funk and more, leading journalist Drew Foxman to note that Wiley is “a musician who understands his sound, not only in an ensemble, but in the history of music.”

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The Howard Wiley Show

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Synchronicity

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Synchronicity is a classical jazz ensemble of alumni from various Bay Area big bands, in the tradition of Stan Kenton, Count Basie, Miles Davis, Quincy Jones and Oliver Nelson.

Synchronicity

Synchronicity

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Monterey Jazz Festival Regional All-Star Vocal Ensemble

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

The Monterey Jazz Festival Regional All-Star Vocal ensemble features the top voice students from across Monterey County, who all come together to participate in an advanced choir.

Monterey Jazz Festival Regional All-Star Vocal Ensemble

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Hammer Theatre Stage

Cuban composer and pianist Omar Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today. He fuses a wide range of jazz, world music, and electronic elements with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original urban sound – all with a Latin jazz heart.

Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos
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Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Hammer Theatre Stage
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Telmary Díaz in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Learn more about one of Summer Fest’s Main Stage artists before she takes the stage! Cuban rapper and urban music artist Telmary Díaz shares her personal and musical story with music critic, reporter, and author Betto Arcos. This event will take place inside the Tech Interactive’s New Venture Hall.

Telmary Díaz in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Silvana Estrada

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage

Called “one of Mexico’s greatest young talents and vocalists” by KCRW’s José Galvan, Silvana, who is 23 years old, is the new voice of a movement of independent female artists who have characterized Latin Alternative music over the past decade. 

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Silvana Estrada

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage
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Son Habana

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Fused with the contemporary rhythms of modern Latin music – Salsa, Bachata, Timba, Cha Cha Cha, Bolero, and Latin Jazz – Son Habana crafts a distinct sound that serves as a new identity for Cuban music.

Son Habana

Son Habana

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Marcus Shelby Trio with Dillon Vado

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Hammer4 Stage

Bay Area-based composer, bassist, bandleader and educator Marcus Shelby is a cornerstone of the Bay Area jazz community. His work focuses on the history, present, and future of African American lives, social movements, and music education.

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Marcus Shelby Trio with Dillon Vado

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Hammer4 Stage
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Monterey Jazz Festival Regional All-Star Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

The Monterey Jazz Festival Regional All-Star Band features the top music students from across Monterey County, who all come together to participate in middle and high school big bands.

Monterey Jazz Festival Regional All-Star Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

For 60 years, South Africa’s five-time Grammy Award winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo has warmed the hearts of audiences worldwide with uplifting vocal harmonies, signature dance moves and charming onstage banter, all while singing a message of peace, love and harmony.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

Clave Dura in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Prior to their performance on the Latin Tropical Stage, Juan Moreno & Junior Guzmán of Clave Dura speak on their musical experience with Betto Arcos, Summer Fest’s Latin Tropical Stage curator. This event will take place inside the Tech Interactive’s New Venture Hall.

 

 

Clave Dura in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Tribal Gold

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4:30pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

When The New Orleans Suspects and the Golden Comanche unite, they’re known as Tribal Gold. A convergence in the works for a decade, their pairing is meant to highlight New Orleans culture, music and the Mardi Gras Indian heritage.

Tribal Gold

Tribal Gold

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4:30pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

Jeff Denson Quartet featuring Paul McCandless

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

Currently leading or co-leading four distinct ensembles, Jeff has toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe with both his own groups – including the renowned cooperative trio Minsarah – and as a sideman with some of jazz’s finest artists. For this set, he’ll be joined by multi-instrumentalist Paul McCandless, best known for his work with world fusion group Oregon.

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Jeff Denson Quartet featuring Paul McCandless

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Top Shelf

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Top Shelf Big Band brings the swinging sounds of live jazz and ballroom dancing to life. Enjoy vintage jazz and standards made famous by groups like Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Glenn Miller and Les Brown with this 17-piece orchestra.

Top Shelf Big Band

Top Shelf

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Brubeck Brothers

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5pm
Hammer Theatre Stage

Sons of jazz giant Dave Brubeck, Chris and Dan Brubeck have been making music together practically all their lives. Although their quartet’s style is rooted in “straight-ahead” jazz, their concerts reveal an inherent ability to explore and play odd time signatures while naturally integrating the influences of funk, blues and world music.

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Brubeck Brothers

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5pm
Hammer Theatre Stage
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Erica Falls

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage

Noted as the “new queen of New Orleans Neo-Soul,” vocalist and songwriter Erica Falls credits her unique vintage sound to her childhood growing up in New Orleans’ 9th Ward, where her parents introduced her to Roberta Flack, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, Sarah Vaughn, and Whitney Houston.

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Erica Falls

Sat, Aug 13 @ 5:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage
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Bobby Watson & Curtis Lundy Quartet, with Cyrus Chestnut and Victor Jones

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Hammer4 Stage

Saxophonist Bobby Watson and bassist Curtis Lundy have maintained a fruitful creative pairing since first coming together in the acclaimed acoustic quintet Horizon. The two have played alongside some of jazz’s greatest names, including Art Blakey, Max Roach, Betty Carter, Freddie Hubbard, and Pharoah Sanders.

Bobby Watson & Curtis Lundy
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Bobby Watson & Curtis Lundy Quartet, with Cyrus Chestnut and Victor Jones

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Hammer4 Stage
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Leela James

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

R&B powerhouse singer/songwriter Leela James first burst onto the scene with her 2006 debut album A Change is Gonna Come, introducing audiences to her soaring sultry vocal dexterity. She quickly garnered nominations for Outstanding New Artist at the NAACP Image Awards and Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist at the 2008 Soul Train Music Awards.

Leela James

Leela James

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

Clave Dura

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Crafting a fusion of salsa, Cumbia, merengue and bachata, Clave Dura brings together the collective talent of multiple musicians to deliver the authentic sounds of Puerto Rico and Colombia.

Clave Dura

Clave Dura

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Lionmilk Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage

The music of Lionmilk reflects the diverse subculture of the Los Angeles beat and jazz scenes. With honesty at its forefront, he expresses sound with eclectic pleasure.

Lionmilk
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Lionmilk Quartet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage
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Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6:30pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

Louisiana native Curley Taylor has been around music all of his life.  Born into a musical family, drums were Curley’s first instrument.  Curley began his professional career at age 16 by playing drums in his father’s band, Jude Taylor and the Burning Flames, a band deep in Louisiana Blues, Soul and Zydeco.

Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6:30pm
Blues/Big Easy Stage

Ray Obiedo and Latin Jazz Project featuring Peter Michael Escovedo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

Whether he’s touring with Herbie Hancock, recording with George Duke, or hearing his compositions on popular film soundtracks, San Francisco native Ray Obiedo has made a name for himself as one the most originally expressive and exciting guitarists of his time.

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Ray Obiedo and Latin Jazz Project featuring Peter Michael Escovedo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Kim Nalley Band with Terell Stafford

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
Hammer Theatre Stage

Kim Nalley is an internationally acclaimed vocalist with a three and a half octave range that goes from gritty to sublime. An SJZ crowd favorite, Nalley has performed globally and shared the stage with a who’s who of jazz greats.

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Kim Nalley Band with Terell Stafford

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
Hammer Theatre Stage
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Footnotes Big Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Footnotes Jazz Band is a San Francisco Bay Area big band that showcases the music of various contemporary and classic jazz composers including Ellington, Thad Jones and Gordon Goodwin to name a few.

Footnotes Big Band

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Raul Midón

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage

Grammy nominated Raul Midón – dubbed “an eclectic adventurist” by People magazine – has released 10 studio albums as a solo artist and collaborated with such heroes as Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers, along with contributing to recordings by Queen Latifah, Snoop Dogg and the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s She Hate Me.

Raul Midon
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Raul Midón

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage
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Noah and the Arkiteks

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage

Noah and the Arkiteks is a San Jose-based, alternative-flavored soul ensemble led by soul singer-songwriter Noah. The group will debut “A Way Out,” a work Noah composed as a recipient of SJZ’s 2022 Jazz Aid Fund initiative, with a six-piece band.

 

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Noah and the Arkiteks

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage
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Sabor de mi Cuba

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Led by percussionist Carlitos Medrano, Sabor De Mi Cuba fuses Medrano’s Afro-Cuban roots with a world music flourish. Since 2012, the group has been a vehicle for his own compositions and arrangements.

Carlitos Medrano

Sabor de mi Cuba

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Charlie Wilson

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

Some people might say that after notching ten number one singles, 13 GRAMMY Award nominations, a New York Times best-selling memoir and ongoing sold-out, coast-to-coast arena tours, Charlie Wilson has proven his point. But he isn’t planning on slowing down anytime soon.

Charlie Wilson

Charlie Wilson

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

Navy Band Southwest

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

Navy Band Southwest is one of the Navy’s finest and oldest continuing musical organizations. Now with over 90 years of support to the San Diego community, the band serves as the musical ambassador for the Commander, Navy Region Southwest.

Navy Band Southwest

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9pm
Tabard Theatre Swing Stage

ESTA. ft. Mack Keane

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9:30pm
Jazz Beyond Stage

Singer/songwriter Mack Keane and producer ESTA. proved a fruitful pairing when they connected for their collaborative EP Intersections, released in April on Soulection Records. The six-track collection melds Keane’s effortlessly dynamic vocals with ESTA.’s diverse production palette. Together, they strike an inimitable and infectious balance between vibes, elevating R&B and soul to another stratosphere.

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ESTA. ft. Mack Keane

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9:30pm
Jazz Beyond Stage
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Orquesta Taino

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Inspired by bands and individuals such as Ray Barretto, Tito Puente, Willie Rosario, Eddie Palmieri and many others, Orquesta Taino has developed into one of the most solid, hard-hitting salsa bands in the Bay Area.

Orquesta Taino

Orquesta Taino

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Takuya Kuroda Quintet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 10pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage

A highly-respected trumpeter born in Kobe, Japan, Takuya Kuroda is a forward-thinking musician that has developed a unique hybrid sound, blending soulful jazz, funk, post-bop, fusion and hip hop music.

Takuya Kuroda
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Takuya Kuroda Quintet

Sat, Aug 13 @ 10pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage
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Cheflee

Sat, Aug 13 @ Midnight
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage

Cheflee
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Cheflee

Sat, Aug 13 @ Midnight
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage
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