The lineup is set for the 27th annual Rosslyn Jazz Fest.
The free event is scheduled for Saturday, September 9 in Gateway Park (1300 Lee Highway). It regularly draws over 5,000 music fans to the park for world-class jazz music along with local food trucks and a beer and wine garden.
The lineup this year consists of four different music groups:
- The Soul Rebels, a brass ensemble from New Orleans.
- Lee Fields & The Expressions, an old-school soul group that has been recording music since the 1960s.
- Xenia Rubinos, an Afro-Latina singer/songwriter that takes influence from hip-hop and Caribbean soul music.
- Joe Keyes & The Late Bloomer Band, a jazz/funk group from Baltimore influenced by artists such as Sun Ra and Miles Davis.
New this year, a Spotify playlist is available to listen to the artists’ work before the festival. Timings will be set at a later date. The event is presented by the Rosslyn Business Improvement District and Arlington Arts.
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