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Early Bird Passes for 2019 Newport Jazz Fest On Sale Now

Saturday, January 12, 2019

 

The Newport Jazz Festival announced that early bird three-day and two-day passes are now available for purchase.

The 2019 Newport Jazz Festival is set to take place from August 2 to August 4.

Ticket Options

Early Bird 3-Day Passes, the best deal at $160.00, are good for Adult General Admission to all three days at Fort Adams.

Early Bird 2-Day Passes, good for Saturday and Sunday at Fort Adams, are on sale now for $130.00. 

Regularly-priced single day tickets will be $65.00 for Friday and $79.00 per day for Saturday and Sunday.

Click here to purchase tickets

Early Bird Multi-Day tickets can also be purchased in person at the Newport Visitors Information Center.

 

2018 Newport Jazz Festival - Friday Highlights

The 2018 Newport Jazz Festival began another historic weekend of outstanding easy listening music at Fort Adams State Park on Friday, and then continued at the Tennis Hall of Fame on Friday night.

Berklee Global Jazz Workshop Ensembles

Sangham's Charles Lloyd

Marquis Hill Blacktet

Living Colour

Still Dreaming

Tony Allen

R+R=NOW

Sonnymoon

The Diva Jazz Orchestra

Rudresh Mahanthappa Indo-Pak Coalition

Matthew Shipp Trio

Cory Henry & the Funk Apostles

Michel Camilo

Alicia Olatuja

BADBADNOTGOOD

Photos by Rick Farrell, Mojo Photography

 
 

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