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Naperville Jazz Festival returns to Central Park on June 16

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The 2012 Naperville Jazz Festival will open its gates at 4PM, Sat., June 16, in Central Park. Live jazz performances will be presented from 4:15 to 10PM, including headliner Mindi Abair and Friends, featuring Jeff Golub and David Pack.

The line up is as follows:

4:15PM – Joel Moore Quartet, Featuring Kimberly Wilson
5:25PM – ZZAJE’
6:50PM – Deep Blue Organ Trio
8:20PM – Mindi Abair and Friends, Featuring David Pack and Jeff Golub

The Van Dril Quintet will perform between acts by the VIP area.

A menu for dining in the park will be prepared by local restaurants. Alcoholic beverages must be purchased from vendors at the event.  Beer and wine will be available for purchase. Food and beverages will be served from 4PM until last call at 9:30PM.

The Jazz Festival is presented by Calamos Investments at CityGate Centre. All proceeds from the Naperville Jazz Festival will  benefit Project H.E.L.P.

Note: No pets, other than service animals, are allowed in the park for the event.

Presale tickets are priced at $25.  On the day of the event, ticket prices are $30. Group special of 10 tickets for $200.  For more information about group rates, e-mail contact@napervillejazzfest.org.

Tickets are Cash-Only at the gate the day of the event.  All sales are final and no refunds will be made in case of inclement weather.

For more details and jazz line-up, visit www.napervillejazzfest.org.

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