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Friday, September 29th, 2017
The Clifton Roots, Jazz, and Heritage Festival, running September 21 to October 1, 2017, features a stunning array of musicians and dancers from around the world and right here at home. Among the critically acclaimed artists appearing at the festival are Afro-Soul singer Betsayda Machado and her band, Parranda El Clavo, from Venezuela; renowned Cuban jazz pianist, Elio Villafranca; from Québéc, Canada, the rollicking De Temps Antan; Spanish singer Irene Atienza, performing with brilliant Brazilian guitarist, Douglas Lora; Swedish string band virtuosos, Väsen; and masters of the Brazilian music known as Choro, Trio Brasileiro. Participating local artists include: Maiden Radio, Yapa, Aaron Bibelhauser & Relic, featuring Michael Cleveland, Appalatin, Cloigheanne, Cosa Seria, among others. Pop-up concerts and musical instrument workshops for beginners will take place along Frankfort Avenue from September 23-28. Experiential activities and workshops including: dance and music workshops, films, walk-up, more instrument workshops, hands-on art projects, international food and after-parties are offered during the main festival event days (Sept 21, 29, Oct 1) held at the Clifton Center. SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 1, 2017 at various times (Single days: $15/$18, Festival passes: $50/$75)