Montreal’s Jazz Fest 2015 FREE Outdoor Lineup Is Here

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Montreal’s Jazz Fest 2015 FREE Outdoor Lineup Is Here

Who doesn't love a good summer festival? Answer: NO ONE! And Montreal has the festival grind down pat. One of the oldest and most beloved festivals to grace our fine city is Festival International De Jazz De Montreal. Not only is this bad boy one of the biggest festivals in the city, it also takes the cake for the largest Jazz festival in the world.

So of course it's coming back for it's 36 annual year in 2015! And if you're interested in going, but worrying about breaking your bank on the ticket, not to fear, general admission is totally free! Once a again, the city has our back when we don't have cash to spend.

But enough with the jibber jabber. The line up is out, and I'm sure you're dying t know who's playing, so here it is kids:


Check out the Festival International De Jazz De Montreal's website, right here.

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