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14th Annual OSPAC Jazz and BrewFest to be Held Saturday in West Orange

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Tickets are still available for the 14th annual OSPAC Jazz and Brew Fest on Sept. 16 from 12 to 9 p.m.

The festival will feature performances from iconic and emerging jazz artists, a beer and wine garden and 9 hours of live music, accompanied by an array of vendors selling international cuisine and merchandise on a scenic 5.5 acres at the Oskar Schindler Center for the Performing Arts (OSPAC).

“I’m excited and grateful to be able to help build on this annual celebration with a lineup that includes local and international icons,” said NJAI@OSPAC Executive Director Susan Anderson.

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Among the lineup are premier Pianist Bill Charlap, Oscar Perez's Afro-Cuban Fusion, trombonist Jeff Bradshaw, drummer Vince Ector and Alyson Williams, singer of the 80’s blockbuster hit, “Just Call My Name.”

To purchase tickets now, visit 14th Annual OSPAC Jazz & Brew Fest. Tickets will also be available at the OSPAC Amphitheater Box Office, 4 Boland Drive on the day of show. Admission is $10.

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