SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The sounds of jazz are set to fill Clinton Square once again this summer as the Northeast Jazz and Wine Festival makes its return.
This year, organizers say they’re planning to feature at least 15 acts, with talented young musicians from our area taking part, too.
Local leaders say events like this inject a lot of energy into the downtown area.
“Live music is really a key to bringing growth and well-being to our downtown community and I think music is one of the best tools to engage our community and bring us all together,” Councilor Joe Driscoll said
The festival is set to run from Friday, July 26th to Saturday, July 27th and admission is free.
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