ST. CHARLES – The Downtown St. Charles Partnership is excited to announce that St. Charles Jazz Weekend is set to host free, live jazz music Sept. 7 through 10 in downtown St. Charles.
There are 27 different performances set between 16 different venues for brunch, dinner, and late night entertainment.
This year’s venues include ROX City Grill, Abby’s Breakfast & Lunch, Brunch Café, Baker Memorial United Methodist Church, The Filling Station Pub & Grill, The House Pub, McNally’s Traditional Irish Pub, First Street Plaza, Vintage 53 Wine Bar, Lazarus House, and The Office Dining & Spirits.
The venues will host many performances from jazz soloists to quintets that cover a range of jazz styles. Three-time Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Frank Catalano will headline at The Filling Station on Sept. 7, and at The House Pub on the evenings of Sept. 8 and 9.
"We are excited to welcome Dana Hall and John Wojciechowski on Saturday for an outdoor performance on First Street Plaza," stated the partnership in a news release.
The Kane County Chronicle and Shaw Media have partnered with the Downtown St. Charles Partnership on the event to help reach jazz enthusiasts. This year, Gerald Kia is the presenting sponsor for St. Charles Jazz Weekend, and Sterling Bank is a gold sponsor.
For the up-to-date schedule, venues and more, visit www.stcjazzweekend.com. Questions can be directed to the Downtown St. Charles Partnership at 630-443-3967.
About the Downtown St. Charles Partnership
The mission of the Downtown St. Charles Partnership is to enhance the economic viability and to preserve the character and beauty of downtown St. Charles. The partnership produces the St. Charles Fine Art Show, Holiday Homecoming, Jazz Weekend and the St. Patrick’s Parade. For more information about the partnership, including membership, volunteer opportunities and events, visit www.downtownstcharles.org.