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The 2017 Cincinnati Music Festival line-up is bigger and better than ever before!

The 2017 Cincinnati Music Festival, more so known as “Jazz Fest”, will take place this year on July 27, 28, and 29 at Paul Brown Stadium. Starting Saturday, January 14 at 10 a.m., tickets can be purchased online or by calling 1-800-653-8000. Ticket prices range from $60 – $250. Two- and three- day passes will also be available.

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Here is what you’ve been waiting for! The 2017 Cincinnati Music Festival Line-up!

Thursday, July 27
VIBE’s Throwback Thursday will feature Rob Base, Kid Capri and Doug E. Fresh.

Friday, July 28
En Vogue, SWV, Bell Biv DeVoe, Kem, and Mary J. Blige.

Saturday, July 29
Confunkshun, Anthony Hamilton, Fantasia and Usher.

Check this list for parking around and near Paul Brown Stadium. No outside alcoholic beverages can be brought into the stadium. Concessions stands will provide beer, wine, liquor and Pepsi products for purchase.

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For those of you coming in from out-of-town, or Cincinnatians who want to make it a special weekend, lock in your hotels now!  There are more than 10 downtown Cincinnati hotels to accommodate guests.  Also, be sure to check Hotwire, Priceline and for special rates.

No matter what kind of taste buds you have, there is a downtown Cincinnati restaurant that is sure to hit your spot. Be sure to call ahead and make reservations if needed.

So there you have it! Your unofficial guide of Cincinnati Music Festival weekend. Don’t wait until the last minute to purchase your tickets. This is start studded weekend you do not want to miss in the city. If there are any social events happening, please add them to
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