2017 Festival

2017 Healdsburg Jazz Festival Lineup

Musicians and venues for our 19th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival are listed below. Read the first announcement of this year’s Festival (Download PDF).

More information will be added to this website in coming weeks about each event, and tickets should go on-sale in mid-March. To stay up-to-date on coming HJF events please sign up for our e-blasts (right column). To have the chance to purchase tickets in advance of public sale, become a member.

June 2, Friday, Paul Mahder Gallery – Two Shows, 7 pm and 9 pm
Dave Stryker Quartet with guest Bob Mintzer – “Eight Track” – Reimagining of classic pop tunes from the ‘70s

June 3, Saturday, Jackson Theater – Double Bill -7 pm
Heath Brothers with Jimmy and Tootie Heath and Jeb Patton and David Wong; and
Bobby Hutcherson Tribute band with Renee Rosnes, Ray Drummond, Victor Lewis and Steve Nelson

June 4, Sunday – Jackson Theater – 7 pm
Pacific Mambo Orchestra 20 Piece Big Band – Dance Lessons with Santa Rosa Salsa

June 5, Monday, Dry Creek Kitchen – 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Ricardo Peixoto Trio with Peter Barshay and Kendrick Freeman. Brazilian Jazz

June 6, Tuesday, Healdsburg Plaza – 6 – 8 pm
Carlitos Medrano & Sabor De Mi Cuba, free concert in the Plaza

June 7, Wednesday – Spoonbar, Wednesday – Two Dinner Shows 6 pm and 8 pm
John Santos Quartet with guest spoken word artist Rico Pabón – The members of the Quartet are: Saul Sierra, Marco Diaz, David Flores, John Santos

June 8, Thursday, Healdsburg SHED –   Two shows (TBA)
John Abercrombie Organ Trio with Jared Gold and Adam Nussbaum

June 9, Friday, Raven Theater – 7:30 pm
Lavay Smith and Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers – “Lady Sings the Blues”. Opening the concert the winner of the Student Jazz Combo Competition

June 10, Saturday, Raven Theater – 7:30 pm
Joe Lovano Quartet with special guests TBA

June 10, Saturday, Hotel Healdsburg – 8:30 to 11:30 pm
Harvey Wainapel Quartet with Adam Schulman, Peter Barshay, and Sylvia Cuenca

June 11, Sunday, Raven Theater – 1 to 3 pm
The Django All Stars, direct from France

June 11, Sunday, Raven Theater – 7 pm
History of Traditional New Orleans Music:
Henry Butler Solo Piano and Vocals, and the Russian River Ramblers