The 2015 Sioux Falls JazzFest Lineup

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The lineup for Sioux Falls JazzFest in 2015 has been announced with Grace Potter, Boz Scaggs, and Marcia Ball headlining the event.

Robert Joyce is the Executive Director for the Sioux Falls Jazz and Blues Society, which helps organize this annual music festival. He explains how JazzFest in Sioux Falls has become a summer tradition for citizens of the city, state and surrounding areas.

“The level of artistry of the performers continues to get better each year,” said Joyce. “Boz Scaggs and Grace Potter are two amazing examples of world-class talent coming to Sioux Falls this July. Nothing beats a free outdoor music festival when you have this amazing talent on the line up.” 

Here is the complete lineup for the 2015 JazzFest event in Sioux Falls:

-      Grace Potter

-      Boz Scaggs

-      Marcia Ball

-      GALACTIC

-      Slim Man

-      Alicia Olatuja

-      The Record Company

-      Hadden Sayers

-      Harper & Midwest Kind

-      Tweed Funk

-      “Jazzed” with Bobby Gripp

-      Hank Harris

-      Brian Masek & Friends

-      JazzFest Jazz Camp with Allen Vizzutti

The generous gift donation from Midcontinent Communications has made the performances of Boz Scaggs and Grace Potter possible.

JazzFest will take place in Sioux Falls on July 16-18 at Yankton Trail Park, near the corner of Western Ave and 57th St. For more information on JazzFest or for more information regarding the Sioux Falls Jazz and Blues Society, click here.


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