detroit jazz festival
For the fourth consecutive year, the Detroit Jazz Festival and its sponsors, — Chrysler, the DTE Energy Foundation and Recycle Detroit — are continuing their green efforts, designed to reduce the carbon footprint of the Labor Day weekend event by recycling and reducing waste.
New technology helped JazzPlanet.tv bring the sights and sounds of the 32nd Annual Detroit Jazz Festival to more than one million music lovers in 175 countries this past Labor Day weekend, an increase of almost 500,000 site visitors over last year’s numbers.
Building upon a successful launch in 2010 that brought the Detroit Jazz Festival to more than 700,000 fans worldwide, PlanetNetworks.tv said new technology will now allow anyone with a smart phone to access live feeds from the festival.
Musicians from Cuba, Puerto Rico, Netherlands, and Japan are converging on Detroit this weekend for the 32nd Annual Jazz Festival.
For the second straight year, the Detroit Jazz Festival will be streamed online on the online news magazine and music channel JazzPlanet.tv.
WWJ Newsradio’s Roberta Jasina reports on the massive sound wave going through out Metro Detroit this Labor Day weekend starting tonight through Sept. 6 2010.
Following the recent approval of gun owners to openly carry handguns at the Arts, Beats & Eats festival Labor Day Weekend, some are concerned about the gun issue with upcoming Jazz Festival in Detroit.