Jazz Fest comes to WTJU

Can’t make it down to New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (aka Jazz Fest) this year?  Then have we got good news for you, as WTJU is partnering with our friends at WWOZ to broadcast portions of this year’s 50th anniversary celebration!

Below is a schedule of when we will currently be broadcasting from the Jazz, Blues, Fais Do Do, Economy Hall, Jazz & Heritage, and Gospel Stages.  Keep checking back, as we are adding slots all the time!

Thursday, April 25 12-4 pm
Thursday, April 25
  5-7 pm
Friday, April 26  12-4 pm
Saturday, April 27  12-8 pm
Sunday, April 28  12-1 pm
Thursday, May 2 12-7 pm
Saturday, May 4 12-8 pm

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