Toronto Jazz Festival
Listed under Music Festivals in Toronto, Canada.
The Toronto Jazz Festival is a many faceted event. Festival goers have got their Main Stage Concerts, their Lunchtime Concerts, their Afterwork Concerts, Cabaret at the Old Mill and their Jazz by the Lake to choose from. 85% of the acts are Canadian, and in 2009 the festival was a showcase for 1,500 musicians, who took part in 350 concerts on 40 stages over ten days – closing with Tony Bennet. Despite the sunny time of year most of the concerts are indoors, in venues round Toronto's downtown.
Toronto Jazz festival Website.
Written by Ame P. Oliver.
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