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There's more than movies at the Little Theatre.... Local ROC talent at the Freed Maxick Jazz Tent

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In addition to being an official Club Pass venue, during Jazz Fest the Little Theatre will have free live jazz under The Freed Maxick Jazz Tent in the Little parking lot on Winthrop Street. Two local musical acts will perform nightly. The Little will have food and beverages for purchase, including Rohrbach, Brooklyn and Michelob Ultra beers. Salena’s Mexican Restaurant is cooking up meals as the official food sponsor under the tent. The Little Café will provide snacks like popcorn and cheese and cracker trays, and will sell Eat Me Ice Cream Sandwiches. Eat me whipped up two special flavors just for us - the Black and White, which is sea salt ice cream with a chocolate cookie, and the Technicolor, which is a variety of fruit ice creams with a sugar cookie. See the WXXI Jazz site for more information.

Here is a rundown of the performances:

  • Friday June 21st 5:30-7:30: Josh Netsky
  • Friday June 21st 8:30-10:30: GRR Band
  • Sat June 22nd 5:30-7:30: Connie Deming
  • Sat June 22nd 8:30-10:30: Annie Wells
  • Sun June 23rd 5:30-7:30: Stoney Lonesome & The House of Lights
  • Sun June 23rd 8:30-10:30: Harmonica Lewinski
  • Mon June 24th 5:30-7:30: Maria Gillard
  • Mon June 24th 8:30-10:30: The Jane Mutiny
  • Tues June 25th 5:30-7:30: Steve Grills and The Roadmasters
  • Tues June 25th 8:30-10:30: Significant Other
  • Wed June 26th 5:30-7:30: The Russell Fielder Trio
  • Wed June 26th 8:30-10:30: Margaret Explosion
  • Thur June 27th 8:30-10:30: The Pickpockets
  • Fri June 28th 5:30-7:30: Josh Netsky
  • Fri June 28th 8:30-10:30: GRR Band
  • Sat June 29th 5:30-7:30: Mikaela Davis
  • Sat June 29th 8:30-10:30 Annie Wells

Drop in for awhile and see some of the local artists who play the Little throughout the year, then come out and see them throughout the year.


This post was originally published on JazzRochester.


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