The Green McAdoo Cultural Organization will be hosting its final concert of the Jazz on the Hill series on Saturday, October 1. The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra will perform.
The event is open to the public. You are can bring your families, blankets, lawn chairs, etc.
Performance times will be 6:30-9:30 p.m., a press release said. It’s a free event, but vendors will be available for food and drink purchases. The event will be held outside of the Green McAdoo Cultural Center at 101 School Street in Clinton.
The Jazz on the Hill concert series was on the first Saturday of each month this summer. It started Saturday, July 2.
For more information, please contact Eugene Gallaher at (865) 394-1149.
The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra was founded in 1999 by trumpeter, arranger, and composer Vance Thompson. Since that time, the band has appeared at jazz festivals in the United States and Europe, released four critically acclaimed CD recordings, and presented scores of concerts, many featuring world renowned guest artists.