JazzFest Returns to Fontana for Black History Month

JazzFest Returns to Fontana for Black History Month

Fontana, CA – The community is invited to celebrate Black History Month at the Fontana Arts JazzFest on Saturday, February 22, 2020, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Steelworkers’ Auditorium (8437 Sierra Ave.) at Miller Park—admission is free. The auditorium will be filled with lively colors, bluesy music, and entertaining acts including showcase jazz music performances and dances. The event will also honor African American achievements.

The JazzFest is not only celebrating the history of jazz music, but it will be an interactive experience for all ages. The Fontana Art Depot will be hosting a painting workshop and art activities that will highlight various African American influencers and movements. Attendees can purchase art pieces and specialty items at the artisanal shopping area and explore a broad selection of delicious food and beverages. For more information about Fontana Arts JazzFest, please contact the Cultural Arts at (909) 349-6979 or visit Arts.Fontana.org.

Header Photo: The Blue Breeze Band will be performing at the Fontana Arts JazzFest.

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