Jazz is in the air...Bring the whole family out this Tuesday July 24th and enjoy the sounds of four unforgettable musical performances throughout the night on the streets of Downtown Westfield. Music will begin at 7pm and will go until 9pm. For the past three weeks, the downtown has been packed with people that have gathered together for the Sweet Sounds Downtown Jazz Festival. Let’s keep the party going! This week, the Downtown Westfield Corporation will feature bands including Pam Purvis and the Blue Skies Band, Eric Mintel Quartet, Bradford Hayes, and Watson. You won’t want to miss out!
Sweet Sounds Downtown on July 24th
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