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All. That. JAZZ!

Sat, Aug 27th 2016 01:00 pm
Historic Lewiston Jazz Festival.
Historic Lewiston Jazz Festival.

The 15th annual Historic Lewiston Jazz Festival kicked off Friday in the village with the French Quarter Hounds marching down Center Street; former Mayor Richard Soluri receiving an award for his long-time support of the event - which he helped create; Jenna Stinnis belting out the national anthem; and a performance by headliner Molly Johnson.

The Historic Lewiston Jazz Festival continued Saturday with Bobby Militello & St. Joseph University's Contemporary Ensemble leading the "Jazz Mass" at St. Peter R.C. Church, the Alec Dube Quintet and Barbara Jean performing on the Frontier House porch, acts Sabu Adeyola and Wendell Rivera on the Main Stage in the afternoon. Headliner Curtis Stigers performed there at night, entertaining hundreds of people seated around the courtyard and even more standing along Center Street.

Click here, http://bit.ly/LPJazz16, for more information. Watch a highlight video at the bottom of the page. (Photos by Wayne Peters and Joshua Maloni)

FRIDAY

French Quarter Horns 

Richard Soluri receives an award. 

Jenna Stinnis 

Molly Johnson 

SATURDAY

Tens of thousands of people visited Lewiston for the 15th annual Jazz Festival. 

Jazz Mass 

Jazz Mass 

Sabu Adeyola 

Sabu Adeyola 

Wendell Rivera 

Wendell Rivera 

 

Tony Petrocelli sings the national anthem. 

Curtis Stigers 

Curtis Stigers 

Volunteers Marty and Jennifer Pauly, left, with Maureen Kellick and Neil Nolf. 

HIGHLIGHT VIDEO:

 

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