(WTNH)- The first Brass City Jazz Fest 2018 is kicking off next week at the Waterbury Library Park on June 23rd.
To talk about the event, the event chairman, Al Taylor, 2 time grammy nominee Chris “Big Dog” Davis and bassist and recording artist Steve Clarke, stopped by Good Morning Connecticut Saturday morning.
The event kicks off at 2 p.m. and goes until 10 p.m. at night. There will be diverse food trucks, vendors and beverages. Brass City Jazz Fest t-shirts and artists autograph section will also be available at the park. This free premier music jazz festival features Grammy-nominated, award winning, Billboard charting and local recording artists. The amazing 2018 artists are two-time Grammy nominated producer Chris “Big Dog” Davis, Grammy-nominated soul/jazz singer Maysa, award winning pianist Alex Bugnon, recording artists Art Sherrod, Jr., Steve Clarke Trio, vocalist Dana Lauren, Sez Zion Jazz Band and Marty Q. Hosted by Al “DJ ACT” Taylor, ACT Jams Productions and host/producer of “The Groove” on ACT Jams Radio and Jazz Moods Radio.
For more information about what you can expect at the Jazz Fest, you can watch the video above.