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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Jazz Fest Releases Music Schedule ‘Cubes,’ Celebrates Cuban Programming 2017 | Offbeat

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival revealed the music schedule—colloquially known as the “cubes”—for this year’s event during a press conference at the Fair Grounds Race Course this morning. You can now download the full schedule or check it out below.


Jazz Fest also announced details for its “Cuba Comes to Jazz Fest” programming, which it has billed as the largest celebration of Cuban culture in the United States since the 1950s. The festival has invited over 150 Cuban artists to perform at the Fair Grounds, with many of them of them coming to America for the first time for the event.

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