Too Many Zooz is one of the many acts taking to the free stages during the 34th Annual TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival
Too Many Zooz is one of the many acts taking to the free stages during the 34th Annual TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival

In a media release, the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival announced this year’s festival will feature 150 free concerts.

The free and family-friendly concerts will feature local, national, and international artists including Too Many Zooz, A Tribe Called Red’s DJ Shub, King Ayisoba, Yonatan Gat and the Eastern Medicine Singers, Troker, Sona Jobarteh, Alexander Hawkins, Mats Gustafsson, and many more.

The concerts will take place at various locations in both Vancouver and on the North Shore, including Granville Island on Canada Day. Two of the largest free outdoor stages take place during Downtown Jazz Weekend at the Vancouver Art Gallery/Robson Square on June 22 & 23, and at the David Lam Park Jazz Weekend on June 29 & 30.

Some of the artists scheduled to appear at these free performances include Too Many Zooz; A Tribe Called Red’s DJ Shub; King Ayisoba; Yonatan Gat and the Eastern Medicine Singers; Troker; Sona Jobarteh; Alexander Hawkins, Mats Gustafsson, and many more.

The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival is British Columbia’s largest music and
arts event with 1,800 musicians participating in over 300 concerts at 35 indoor and outdoor venues over a period of ten days.

The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival runs June 21-July 1. Visit coastaljazz.ca for tickets and information.