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TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage) - Tue Jun 27 2017 at 5:30 pm
· Jun · 27 Tue at Main Stage Laurier Avenue across from Confederation Park Ottawa, ON K1P 5J2
Park Gates at 5:30 pm
Tickets: $52.00 Incl HST & Fees Ticket prices increase by $3 day of show.

General Admission / All Ages Welcome / No Refunds or Exchanges / Rain or Shine

Caravan Palace Caravan Palace
Caravan Palace

Based in Paris, Caravan Palace calls its music electro swing, which reflects the fact that its musical influences run the gamut from Django Reinhardt to Daft Punk. Originally a trio, the band has expanded to a septet and grown its audience organically, attracting fans online and through several demo downloads and promotional singles. From 2006-07, the band honed its live show by touring throughout France, culminating in a performance at the Django Reinhardt Jazz Festival. Caravan Palace released its self-titled debut album in 2008, and expanded its fan base to Switzerland and Belgium. Since then, the band has released two subsequent full-length albums and extended its reach to the UK with appearances on British TV and live performances.

In Orbit featuring Jeff Coffin, Michael Occhipinti & Felix Pastorius Few bands bring together as many diverse experiences and elements as In Orbit does. Based in Nashville, saxophonist Jeff Coffin is best known for his tenures with two of the world’s most popular bands: Bela Fleck & the Flecktones and the Dave Matthews Band. Coffin is also an active music educator, composer and bandleader. Toronto guitarist Michael Occhipinti is one of the country’s busiest jazz musicians, leading his Sicilian Project and a tribute to John Lennon as well as contributing to numerous other initiatives. Bassist Felix Pastorius owns perhaps the most famous surname in electric jazz, and he has followed his father Jaco’s footsteps in expanding the role of the electric bass, with Coffin’s Mu’tet, drummer Cindy Blackman Santana and the Yellowjackets. Rounding out In Orbit are pianist Tom Reynolds and drummer Davide Direnzo.
The Peptides The Peptides
The Peptides

Hailing from Ottawa, The PepTides is an indie pop band inspired by the sounds of funk, jazz and disco. The group is noted for its extravagant live performances featuring sumptuous five-part harmonies, theatrical choreography and colourful visuals. The PepTides’ songs juxtapose upbeat music with lyrics that comment on far-reaching themes like love, hate, revenge, sex, religion, war—and getting ready for dates. The PepTides is an eclectic community of musicians with a rainbow of identities: girls and guys, gay and straight, English and French, black and white and in between, Ukrainian, Mexican, Guyanese, Cree, Acadian, Armenian and Scottish.

Shabaka & The Ancestors Shabaka & The Ancestors
Shabaka & The Ancestors The breakout ensemble from New York City’s 2017 Winter JazzFest was clearly Shabaka and the Ancestors. Led by London-based tenor saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings, the rest of the seven-man Ancestors hail from Johannesburg, South Africa. In concert and on their debut album The Wisdom of Elders Shabaka and the Ancestors conjure a paradoxically experimental and traditional message that refers to both the Afro-Futurist movement ascribed to Sun Ra and the quasi-spiritual leanings of John Coltrane, Pharoah Sanders and more recently Kasami Washington. Onstage, the Ancestors project an unforced communal feeling. Individuals’ parts come to the fore, but the combined flow of saxes, trumpet and electric piano founded in bass and percussion is never less than cohesive. The Ancestors embody a motto of the Art Ensemble of Chicago: “Great Black Music, Ancient to the Future.”

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