JAZZ IN THE PARK
Established in 2010, Jazz in the Park was developed to invigorate the downtown Charlotte Amalie area, as well as provide the community with high-quality, safe and fun entertainment for the entire family. With the mantra of 'bringing the community together through music,' the quarterly events are held at the picturesque Roosevelt Park, bringing top-notch talent to the community. The highly-anticipated event also offers local artists an opportunity to shine on the Jazz in the Park stage. The event has also become home to the popular Vendors Row, where vendors and small businesses take advantage of the opportunity to sell local food, beverages, arts and crafts and a variety of other offerings. 

In 2015, ICMC expanded the event, by introducing two grand stages with simultaneous performances, one for Jazz lovers and the other showcasing a variety of musical genres to include R&B, Calypso, Reggae, Pop and much more. ICMC also integrated a Health & Wellness Expo, V.I. Art Walk, Cultural Exchange and an expanded Kids Zone. This super-sized version of the Jazz in the Park music series is held twice annually, along with two regular-sized events.

The goal of the event is to offer a family-friendly entertainment and community engagement options for locals and visitors alike, as they improve the quality of life for St. Thomas residents, while simultaneously partnering with organizations to revitalize St. Thomas’ downtown area, and attracting tourists by offering top-notch and diverse entertainment.
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JAZZ IN THE PARK
Established in 2010, Jazz in the Park was developed to invigorate the downtown Charlotte Amalie area, as well as provide the community with high-quality, safe and fun entertainment for the entire family. With the mantra of 'bringing the community together through music,' the quarterly events are held at the picturesque Roosevelt Park, bringing top-notch talent to the community. The highly-anticipated event also offers local artists an opportunity to shine on the Jazz in the Park stage. The event has also become home to the popular Vendors Row, where vendors and small businesses take advantage of the opportunity to sell local food, beverages, arts and crafts and a variety of other offerings. 

In 2015, ICMC expanded the event, by introducing two grand stages with simultaneous performances, one for Jazz lovers and the other showcasing a variety of musical genres to include R&B, Calypso, Reggae, Pop and much more. ICMC also integrated a Health & Wellness Expo, V.I. Art Walk, Cultural Exchange and an expanded Kids Zone. This super-sized version of the Jazz in the Park music series is held twice annually, along with two regular-sized events.

The goal of the event is to offer a family-friendly entertainment and community engagement options for locals and visitors alike, as they improve the quality of life for St. Thomas residents, while simultaneously partnering with organizations to revitalize St. Thomas’ downtown area, and attracting tourists by offering top-notch and diverse entertainment.
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