Riverfront Jazz & Blues Festival
The Riverfront Jazz & Blues Festival is a two day festival, bringing together a wide range of national, regional, and local acts. Traditionally held on the water at the Lewis & Clark Landing, the Festival usually takes place the weekend after the Fourth of July. First begun in 2002, the Festival now attracts crowds upwards of 6,000 people.
Managed and produced by the Midlands Cultural and Historical Association, tickets for the Festival may be purchased separately or as a package including both show days (there is also a premium reserved seating option). Expect an older, family friendly crowd, plenty of food and drink options, and a wide range of musical styles from this event—the music begins in the early afternoon and keeps right on grooving until late in the night!