DETROIT — Detroit is a great place to hear jazz.
It’s the capital of the United States, home to a number of great jazz acts.
But Detroit’s jazz scene is far from complete.
Here are the 10 things to know about Detroit’s Jazz Festival and the music scene around it.1.
The Jazz Festival’s mission:The Jazz Festival was established in 1967, when the Detroit Symphony Orchestra was formed.
Its mission is to support and preserve the Detroit Jazz heritage by bringing together the best jazz musicians in the city.
It offers programs, workshops and performances in the Detroit Public School Music Academy, the Detroit Opera House and the Detroit Museum of Art.
The festival began its annual tour in March 2019, and has been performing every June for the past six years.
The 2019 lineup includes such stars as Michael Jordan, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, Miles Ahead, Michael Jordan and George Strait.2.
Detroit’s musical legacy:The Detroit Symphony is a major force in jazz, producing a huge amount of works and teaching jazz to a generation of younger audiences.
Many of the jazz musicians who have toured the festival include legendary artists such as Stevie Nicks, Robert Glasper, Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, the Harlem Globetrotters and Stevie Ray Vaughan.3.
The Festival’s name:The name of the Detroit jazz festival was chosen by the Detroit Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, which represents more than 70,000 businesses in the area.4.
The festival’s venue:The festival’s site is a former school for the Detroit City School system, which was built in the 1950s as a music-teaching center for children.
The Detroit City Music Academy was closed in 2014.
The museum and concert hall has been renovated and reopened for concerts in 2017.
It will host a concert in 2017, along with a Jazz Festival in 2018.
The concert hall will be open for concerts starting in 2018 and will have more than 250 seats.
The main building will be expanded to accommodate more performances, with more seating for more shows.
The site will also have a bar, restaurant, barbershop and a private event space.5.
The event will be held on the same day as other major events in Detroit:The event will take place on the first Wednesday of each month in 2019.
That means the festival is on the East Coast in July and the West Coast in October.
The schedule includes performances in Detroit, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Nashville.
The 2019 lineup will include jazz, blues, country, country rock and a new jazz fusion band, The New York Jazz Jam.
The New Jersey-based band, called the D.C. Blues Coalition, will perform with the Detroit Blues Coalition.6.
The city is home to several important jazz venues:The Festival is open to the public, but there is a limit of about 400 people per night in the main hall.
The orchestra’s main stage will be on the roof of the museum.
The stage will open to show performances on the second floor, while the rooftop concert hall can seat 200.
There will also be a smaller, smaller outdoor concert hall with seating for 200.
The public is allowed to attend the outdoor concerts, but they are not allowed to take photos.
The artists will also play in the indoor concert hall, but the venue is closed to the general public.
The Detroit Jazz Foundation, the city’s jazz museum, is home.
The nonprofit organization has the authority to approve the artists’ schedules.7.
The 2018 festival was a fundraiser:The concert, which will feature the DMC’s new jazz ensemble, was a major fundraising effort for the nonprofit organization.
The group raised more than $4.7 million in total for the organization.
This included $500,000 from the Detroit Foundation, $500 from the National Endowment for the Arts and $1 million from the city of Detroit.
The fund raised more money for the charity than the city had ever collected.8.
Detroit Jazz festival is an annual event:The 2018 Detroit Jazzfest is an important annual event that takes place every year.
The musical festival will take a new approach, with new music acts each year, and the first installment of the event will showcase new musicians each year.
The 2018 lineup includes acts from artists such a Steve Earle, George Strait, Louis Cage, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Robert Wyatt, Robert Randolph, and David Bowie.9.
The 2016 Detroit JazzFest was sold out:The 2017 festival was sold-out for the first time.
The new 2019 lineup features acts such as Elton John, Mavis Staples, Rufus Wainwright, Johnny Cash, and The Allman Brothers Band.
The new 2019 line-up will include acts such Asa Akira, Ravi Shankar, Michael Jackson, Stevy Ray Vaughan, The Rolling Stones, and Elton Johns.10.
The 2017 Detroit Jazz Fest sold out for the second time:The