EDISON, NJ - John P. Stevens High School Jazz Festival 2016 "15" High School Bands from around the region will be performing, including the award-winning John P. Stevens Jazz Ensemble. Awards for outstanding section and solo performances will be distributed at the conclusion of the festival. Date: Friday, March 4 Time: 4:00-11:00 pm Admission: $9 General Admission / $6 Senior Citizens/Students *Dinner & Drinks will be available throughout the evening. John P. Stevens High School is located at 855 Grove Avenue, Edison, New Jersey.
John P. Stevens High School Jazz Festival 2016
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