Kenny Lattimore (Courtesy photo)

Rainbow Promotions announced that tickets are on sale now for the 34th Annual Long Beach Jazz Festival scheduled from August 11 – 13, at Rainbow Lagoon Park in Long Beach.

Hosted in a mesmerizing Japanese style park with two connected islands, the three-day festival features thrilling music performances across two stages, a health and wellness pavilion, and a retail pavilion in support of local creatives and entrepreneurs.

“We are beyond excited to build on a legacy that spans more than 30 years,” said Kimberly Benoit, president/CEO of Rainbow Promotions.

“The Long Beach Jazz Festival has reached iconic status thanks to incredible music enthusiasts who return year after year for music, culture, and a waterside ambience that soothes the soul.”

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Will Downing (Courtesy photo)

A brilliant merge of jazz, Latin, and R&B artists, guests can also indulge in a wellness pavilion featuring world-renowned wellness experts, panel discussions, cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs, health screenings, vendors, and more. When the live music pauses between sets, attendees can attend life-changing sessions included in the price of the festival ticket. Further adding to the weekend’s intrigue, the festival features a second stage with diverse performances by captivating artists across multiple genres.

“It’s been an honor of a lifetime to provide the soundtrack for love stories across the world,” said Grammy nominated artist and Day Two headliner Kenny Lattimore.

“The Long Beach Jazz Festival allows me to connect with a sensational audience that is always ready to party, allowing me to share new music and romantic gems from the past.”

Building on an unwavering history of music excellence, the Long Beach Jazz Festival presents three days of performances with Day One headlined by Grammy nominated artist Maxi Priest preceded by Erin Stevenson, The Soul of Jazz featuring Brian Simpson, Phil Perry, Jessy J, Marion Meadows and Jackie Joyner. Day Two features Norman Brown, Will Downing, Mike Phillips, and more.

Concluding the weekend, concert goers will experience Kenny Lattimore with performances by Marcus Miller, Najee, Lin Rountree, and more.

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