The Montreal Jazz Fest just added another round of great headliners to the sprawling event’s already impressive lineup.
The new additions: Joshua Redman Quartet with Strings (Redman, left), Ravi Coltrane Quartet, Oliver Jones solo, Nikki Yanofsky, Holly Cole, George Benson, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and double bills with Dr. John/Leon Russell, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings (right)/James Hunter, and She & Him/Camera Obscura,
The 34th annual festival, which runs June 28 through July 7, also features an impressive lineup of already announced talent, including the Wayne Shorter Quartet on a triple bill with Soundprints (led by Dave Douglas and Joe Lovano) and the Geri Allen/Terri Lyne Carrington/Esperanza Spalding Trio; Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; and Aretha Franklin.
The jazz fest, one of the world’s largest and best, features hundreds of performers playing on multiple stages across the city center.
For full details, check out the fest’s official site.