Six-time Grammy-nominated and NAACP Image Award Winner, The Baylor Project, and Grammy-nominated soul artist Jamison Ross will headline the free two-day Waterfront Jazz Festival on the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing on Friday, August 25 and Saturday, August 26.
The Waterfront Jazz Festival is presented by TheDelaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) and Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia and features an incredible lineup of local and national artists with the views of the Delaware River providing the backdrop. Among the performers that will join the headliners, will be O2001 Jazz Ensemble and SNACKTIME.
“We have been very eager to bring live Jazz back to the Waterfront,” said DRWC President Joe Forkin, “One of the most beloved traditions of Summer on the Waterfront has always been our Jazz Series, which has been on hiatus since the pandemic. Thanks to our partnership with Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia, we are making up for lost time with a festival that is free and open to the public, featuring incredible visiting artists, as well as a few of Philadelphia’s finest Jazz musicians.”
The complete lineup is as follows:
Friday, August 25
6:00 PM – Doors Open
7:30 PM – The Baylor Project
Saturday, August 26
2:00 PM – Doors Open
3:00 PM – O2001 Jazz Ensemble
5:00 PM – SNACKTIME
7:30 PM – Jamison Ross