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The 17th edition of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festivalheld June 22nd to the 30thwas another success. The festival, held annually in downtown Rochester, New York, has quickly become one of the nation's most popular and most respected music events. We're talking about 1500+ artists, 20 venues; each within walking distance of each other, 320 concerts; including 94 free shows and events. The festival's European style makes it the place to meet! With many streets closed to traffic, the lively and vibrant ambiance makes XRIJF and destination for friends to connect, hear and discuss favorite music, and enjoy good food. I'm sure that whoever attended this year is looking forward to the 18th edition.
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