The 17th Annual Jazz In The Gardens Music Fest Adds Summer Walker, Davido, Jazmine Sullivan & More Artists To Lineup

Photo Credit: Summer Walker/Instagram | Davido/Instagram | RCA Records

The 17th Annual Jazz In The Gardens Music Fest already had us buying tickets and ready to catch flights with their initial rollout of artists. Can you blame us with Maxwell, Babyface, DJ Cassidy, Jeezy, Scarface, Tamia, Jaheim, Marsha Ambrosius and October London all announced as performers? Now the Jazz In The Gardens Music Fest has revealed the complete artist lineup, and it’s gotten even bigger and better.

Scheduled to take place in Miami Gardens, Florida at the Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday, March 9th and Sunday, March 10th, the first round of artists are all set for Day 2 of the festival. Day 1’s lineup is just as lit with a trio of headliners and additional acts throughout the day.

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R&B lovers will be in heaven with Summer Walker and Jazmine Sullivan both scheduled to headline on the first day. As the festival’s new partner the Black Promoters Collective previously stated, they wanted to bring Afrobeats artists to JITG, and they’ll do just that with one of the biggest in the genre, Nigerian superstar Davido, on board as a headliner.

Day 1 of the festival will be on a Saturday, but you can expect for gospel music great Kirk Franklin to have it sounding like church on a Sunday during his performance. There’ll be even more R&B to be heard from everyone’s favorite unbothered heartthrob Omarion, singer/rapper Tink and the singer-songwriter with one of the most prolific pens in the game Eric Bellinger. Rounding things out will be a special DJ set by Kid Capri who is sure to bring some hip-hop flavor to JITG’s opening day this year, which will be hosted by comedienne Jess Hilarious.

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Organizers of the 17th Annual Jazz In The Gardens Music Fest still have some tricks up their sleeve and “more artists to be announced” according to their latest flyer, which you can view below. Expect your mind to be blown even more than it already is once JITG shares who else they’ve got on tap to perform. One thing is for sure, you’re not going to want to miss this Black Music extravaganza this March in South Florida. Be sure to visit the Jazz In The Gardens Music Fest website to lock in your tickets ASAP and plan your trips accordingly.

Photo Credit: Jazz In The Gardens/Instagram

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