LIVE MUSIC & DRAMA
JAMFEST 2017 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
The Gem of the Hills–Jacksonville, Alabama–is wealthy with talent! We present our line-up for JAMFEST 2017, showcasing a range of genres sure to entertain your whole family!
10:00 Kiesha Lee (National Anthem)
10:05 Sherwood Seven
10:45 John Alex Gorham
11:15 Southern Road
11:45 JSU Steel Band
12:15 Carl Brady
12:40 JSU Latin Jazz Ensemble
1:00 Rattlesnake Rattlers
2:00 The Sunsets
2:45 JSU/Community Jazz Band
3:30 Georgia Flood
4:30 JSU Steel Band
COME AND SHOP REGIONAL AND LOCAL ARTISTS
Our call for artists working in all sorts of mediums will be selling their many works at our artists booths. This is a great opportunity to come spend the day with us and enjoy strolling through the booths, visiting our artist vendors, and shopping for unique and creative works of art.
Some of the kinds of products you will find featured this year:
- 2D & 3D Mixed Media
- Candle & Soap Making
- Digital Art
- Fiber Art
- Glass Works
- Packaged Foods
ABOUT JAMFEST &
JSU & JACKSONVILLE, ALABAMA WELCOMES YOU!
JAMFEST: Jacksonville Arts & Music Festival was conceived for the primary purpose of creating synergy between Jacksonville State University and the city of Jacksonville, Alabama through a dynamic and unique creative arts and music festival. The goal is to create an annual home for our creative community to thrive, as well as to bring focus on our beautiful, friendly city.
We are incredibly excited that JAMFEST 2017 is being held in conjunction with the renowned 2017 Cheaha Challenge Gran Fondo & Ultra Ride cycling event! We anticipate a substantial festival attendance. In fact, the Cheaha Challenge cycling event this year won the bid to host the 2017 Union Cycliste International (UCI) Gran Fondo World Championship Qualifier for the United States! We will be welcoming cyclists and their families to the area for both the Cheaha Challenge and our 2017 JAMFEST!
JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY
700 Pelham Road North
Jacksonville, Alabama 36265
JAMFEST 2017 will be held on the breathtakingly-beautiful campus of Jacksonville State University. Our performance stages, artist booths, and kids’ activities won’t be hard to miss. The primary festival activities will held along Highway 21 / Pelham Drive in Jacksonville, positioned in front of JSU’s Stephenson Hall & Theron Montgomery Building (TMB). Parking will be available in various locations–signage and personnel will indicate where you may park. In addition to the festival activities, JSU’s Department of Art will have art exhibitions on display in both their main gallery space in Hammond Hall and in the gallery space within the Department of Art Roundhouse building.
Come experience truly one-of-a-kind live music, drama, and art showcases, as well as activities for kids and the whole family!
Questions? Feel free to contact us via our contact link above.