First-Annual Firebird Music Festival Brings Jazz Music to WestWorld

Got the blues? If not, you will soon. The first annual Firebird Music Festival is bringing the best kind of blues to Scottsdale on September 23, from 2 to 10 p.m. with a jazzy lineup of performances.

Hosted by everyone’s fave producer Randy Jackson and Grammy-nominated musician and producer Everette Harp, the event will be headlined by Jeffrey Osborne. The remaining lineup includes Earl Klugh featuring Bob James, Dee Dee Bridgewater and The Memphis Soulphony and Jazz Funk Soul featuring Jeff Lorber, Paul Jackson Jr. and Everette Harp.

In between soul tunes, guests can purchase food and drinks on site with a menu created by Chef Michael DeMaria’s M Culinary Concepts, who’s responsible for the good eats at the Phoenix Open and Barrett-Jackson auction. Stay tuned for more food and beverage details coming soon.

Tickets start at $55. Lawn tickets are available for $45 with guests being able to bring their own chairs or rent a chair for $5. A limited number of VIP box seats will feature couches, private bathrooms and a private bar and food purchase area for $150.

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