Monterey Jazz Festival Tickets
Monterey Jazz Festival Tickets
- Buy Monterey Jazz Festival - 3 Day Pass, Monterey Fairgrounds Tickets for Fri Sep 27 2024 Monterey Jazz Festival - 3 Day Pass, Monterey Fairgrounds tickets for 09/27 03:30 AM at Monterey Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA
- Fri Sep 27 2024
- Buy Monterey Jazz Festival - Saturday, Monterey Fairgrounds Tickets for Sat Sep 28 2024 Monterey Jazz Festival - Saturday, Monterey Fairgrounds tickets for 09/28 11:00 AM at Monterey Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA
- Sat Sep 28 2024
Monterey County Fairgrounds has regularly been the venue some amazing festivals. The small county brings all the seasons to life in California with hoards of people flocking in to Monterey for various events. The Monterey Jazz Festival is one such event that holds the title of being the longest running jazz festival held anywhere in the world. it has been a regular feature since it first started in the fall of 1958. The founding father is one of America's most loved and respected Jazz radio broadcasters, Jimmy Lyons. If you are a fan of live music or would like to indulge in a superb entertaining event then grab your Monterey Jazz Festival tickets today and enjoy a fantastic time at this mega event.
The scenery surrounding the festival is breathtaking to say the least. Every year, in the third week of September, Fairgrounds in Monterey comes to life for this festival. The locals anticipate the coming of this event the whole year round. The atmosphere is nearly electric and the preparations for this festival are us much a treat as the main event itself. The stages for the event go into construction by the first week of September every year. That is because there are nine stages in all and over five hundreds artists lined up to rock the crowds on this massive expanse of twenty acres land. The food stalls, exhibitions, theme parks and motels revolve around the sea of people that set their sights on Monterey for the festival.
Over the years, many managers have been responsible for the success of the Monterey Jazz Festival. One manager however, deserves a particular mention. Tim Jackson has been with the festival since the early nineties and many believe that the festival would not be where it is now had it not been for his persistent ingenuity and passion for his job. A very interesting aspect is the board of directors for this prestigious event. Amongst the heavy weights is a name that not many would associate to Jazz, and that name is Clint Eastwood. With visionaries like that any event can be expected to become recognized and successful. The festival has started to include blues and rock in its scope of performances thus enhancing the fan base even more. The Golden Jubilee celebrations were attended by a staggering 50,000 people.
The Monterey Jazz Festival doubles up as a nonprofit outfit as well. From the word go the organizers of the festival had decided to send a certain percentage of their profits to help the education of children in the field of music. Within a few years this idea flourished so that today the festival is financing over half a million dollars in revenue for the enhancement of jazz music education. On top of that students from all over the US are invited to partake in another event funded by the organization called the Next Generation Festival. One of the most influential persons in the establishment of this festival was Dave Brubeck. In liaison with founder Jimmy Lyons, Dave was instrumental in convincing the city council to give a go-ahead for the festival. Dave has been a regular performer at the festival ever since.
Now in its 56th year, the Monterey Jazz Festival is the leading musical festival in the US and recognized across the globe. Some of the noteworthy performers in the initial years was responsible for making this festival such a hit. The turnout of the crowds for the first two festivals was not heart-warming for the city council or the organizers. The losses had to be curtailed in order to keep the non-profit potential alive. The producers needed bigger names in the Jazz community of performers to come across and that they did. Some were even signed on for five year contracts. Leading names amongst these were Dizzy Gillespie, John Lewis, Louis Armstrong, Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Ernestine Anderson, Harry James, Billie Holiday, Max Roach and Shelly Manne. The small two stage festival started to grow and started bringing in massive crowds. The huge expanse of space was a blessing in disguise as the stages were increased so were the consumer labels. Multinational corporations from across the country wanted in on the success of the festival and started investing hugely to ensure consumers find their favorite products all throughout the festival. Today the festival proudly gives facilities such as clinics, international food stalls, shopping and jazz workshops. With your Monterey Jazz Festival tickets in your hands, you are surely going to experience a phenomenal music festival that will leave you with countless memories to treasure for years to come.
Monterey Jazz Festival Ticket Prices
Monterey Jazz Festival ticket prices begin at $389. However, prices are subject to change depending on factors such as the event date, seat selection, and various other variables.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Monterey Jazz Festival - 3 Day Pass||Monterey||27-Sep-24||$389||$389|
|Monterey Jazz Festival - Saturday||Monterey||28-Sep-24||$389||$389|
|Monterey Jazz Festival - Sunday||Monterey||29-Sep-24||$389||$389|
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