Jazz fans can rejoice as the Delaware River shoreline is about to get a little lively this summer. The two-day, free Waterfront Jazz Festival is held at the Great Plaza in Penn's Landing to kick off the last weekend of August with an impromptu session on Friday night with The Baylor Project, winner of the NAACP Image Award, and then they will return on Saturdays with a lineup of artists from Philadelphia, Orchestra 2001 Jazz Ensemble and Snacktime, followed by Grammy-nominated headliner Jamison Ross. When it comes to getting to and from the festival, there are several options available. The most convenient way to get there is by car.
There are several parking lots located near the venue, as well as street parking. Public transportation is also an option, with SEPTA buses and trolleys running regularly to and from the festival. For those who prefer to bike, there are bike racks located near the venue. For those who are looking for a more unique experience, there are several companies that offer shuttle services from various locations around the city.
These shuttles provide a safe and convenient way to get to and from the festival. Additionally, there are several ride-sharing services available in Philadelphia, such as Uber and Lyft. For those who are looking for a more luxurious experience, there are several limousine companies that offer transportation services to and from the festival. These companies provide a comfortable and stylish way to get to and from the event.
No matter how you choose to get to and from the festival, it's important to plan ahead and make sure you have a safe and reliable way of getting home. The Waterfront Jazz Festival is sure to be an unforgettable experience for all jazz fans!.