New Orleans jazz fest unveils full schedule - KLFY News 10

New Orleans jazz fest unveils full schedule

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival has unveiled its much-anticipated cubes.

The easy-to-read, cube-format schedule released Tuesday contains performance times and stages for the seven days of Jazz Fest. The cubes help festivalgoers navigate from stage to stage at the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots.

The New Orleans Advocate reports the festival also revealed the 45th anniversary Jazz Fest poster, created by Terrance Osborne, depicting the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The Congo Square poster, by Richard Thomas, presents four images of classic R&B singer Ernie K-Doe.

Jazz Fest runs April 25-April 27 and May 1-May 4.

Performers include Bruce Springsteen and rock star Eric Clapton in his Jazz Fest debut. Also appearing are Robin Thicke, Christina Aguilera, Phish, Arcade Fire and former Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant.

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