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Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival
Join us for a day full of music, pop-up food and beverage vendors, supporting local businesses, and an unforgettable family-friendly celebration at this year’s Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival!
2021 marks the 8th season of Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival produced by Blues to Green, an annual celebration that brings thousands of people together in the heart of Springfield, MA. This internationally heralded festival has become a powerful expression of civic pride, uniting our region’s diverse cultural communities through music, art, education, and revelry.
This year’s festival will begin at the Wood Museum of Springfield History, where ticket holders will have free access to the
Admission is FREE, but please RSVP due to limited capacity at the venue! Please donate to the festival to support Blues to Green and the Springfield Jazz Festival.
A FREE live-stream of the main stage will be available on the Springfield Jazz & Roots website for anyone who cannot make it out to the festival in person!
52-98 Stearns Square, Springfield, MA 01103
There will be a section roped off for accessible seating by the main stage.
There will be a section roped off for accessible seating by the main stage.View less
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Blues to Green values the health and safety of all participants in the Festival - artists, crew, volunteers, and attendees. Despite the Festival’s efforts to enact health and safety measures, participating in the Festival may still pose a risk to one’s safety and presents an increased risk of exposure to and infection with COVID-19. Below are the steps we are taking to reduce risk. The entire SJR & Blues to Green Team production team must show proof of vaccination or negative Covid test result within one week of the Festival. All artists and members of their teams must show proof of vaccination or negative Covid test result within one week of arrival at the Festival. Following recent CDC, state, and local recommendations, ALL artists, staff, crew, and audience members (including for Jazz & Justice Talks) MUST wear a face covering when occupying shared indoor spaces. We strongly encourage artists, technical crew, and attendees to maintain six feet of distance between pods when possible. We encourage everyone to sanitize their personal items throughout the day, and to wear a mask whenever in indoor spaces.