ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) – The 15th annual Twin Cities Jazz festival is kicking off Thursday night at Mears Park in St. Paul.
It runs three days, features a mix of international and local talent. The best part is it’s all free. Officials said they expect thousands of people to attend the free concerts throughout the weekend.
Four outdoor stages will be set up in downtown St. Paul where all the concerts will take place. The Twin Cities Jazz festival will feature top-notch jazz performers and more than 120 acts throughout the weekend. There’s also a stage hosted by the Dakota Foundation just for youth performers.