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Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz

P.O. Box 230760
Hartford, CT 06123
ph. 1-866 943-JAZZ

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The festival continues to be the largest FREE jazz festival in Southern New England.
The Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz's mission is to expose and educate our ever-growing audiences and to celebrate America's only true art form, JAZZ, by presenting over twenty-five hours of music performed by internationally acclaimed artists. Wonderful world-class musicians will grace the main stage of the Thomas Harris IV Pavillon in Bushnell Park during the 2009 Festival. Local and regional artists will dazzle us with their talents on the Arch Stage located in the market place adjacent to Trinity Street.

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Directions:
Bushnell Park
Located in downtown Hartford, CT

By Car:

From West: Take Asylum Street exit #48A off of I-84. Take right at end of ramp onto Asylum Street. Keep right following the edge of the Park. Parking around the park and in parking lots nearby.

From East: Take Asylum Street exit #48 off of I-84. Turn left at end of exit onto Asylum Street and go under the railroad overpass. Stay in right lane and follow around the edge of the park.

From North & South: Take Capitol Area exit #29A off of I-91. Follow highway to the rotary at the end of the park. Follow around the right in the center lane and turn right onto Elm St. Parking on the street and in parking lots nearby.

By Air:

Downtown Hartford is a 30-minute drive from Bradley Airport. Flights arrive and depart from Bradley on most major airlines. International airlines connect from most major U.S. airports to Bradley. Hartford is 2

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