Tom Wood Luxury Group
& Stutz Business & Arts Center
Where: Stutz Business & Arts Center, 1060 N Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Date: Sunday, July 23, 2017
Cost: $75 ($40 is a tax-deductible donation)
Parking: Gated parking at 1025 N Capitol Avenue + street parking
Enter: enter Building “B” through “Blackhawk Alley” and follow the signs
Turner & Diann Woodard
Stan and Alice Hillis
Hosted by Jill Ditmire (WFYI) and Rob Dixon (IJF Artistic and Education Director)
Join us for hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer and a live “Taste” of the music, vibe and magic of this year‘s Fest.
Come socialize, culture-ize and support Indy Jazz Fest and be a big part of celebrating Indianapolis’s rich musical legacy!
Music by …
International Renowned Hammond B3 Organist Tony Monaco
Indianapolis Jazz Collective featuring Rob Dixon, Steve Allee, Kenny Phelps & Nick Tucker plus special guest Stan Hillis – sax / flute
IJF Jazz Futures (student ensemble)
The Indianapolis Jazz Foundation / Indy Jazz Fest is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.
We need your support!
Indianapolis Jazz Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization which
celebrates Indy’s rich jazz heritage, bringing the best in local, regional
and national jazz performances to Indianapolis.
By supporting Indy Jazz Fest, you are helping preserve our 19th year as a community-wide celebration. Indy Jazz Fest and the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation produced 116 events last year including 45 free events open to the general public.
Indy Jazz Fest is dedicated to:
• Presenting world-class jazz performances
• Contributing to the Indianapolis arts economy
• Promoting our local musicians
• Providing music education and mentorship to our youth
• Offering free community outreach programs
• Preserving Indianapolis’ legacy to jazz music
• Celebrating America’s indigenous art form
IJF is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. $40 of each individual ticket purchase is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.