Jazz Fest Broadcast Lineup

On AXS TV May 1 - May 3


Keep this page handy as we get closer to the broadcast, and check for additional artists. We’re adding more to our lineup all the time! As always, any breaking lineup announcements will be made on Facebook and Twitter.

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Friday, May 1

Keith Urban • Hozier • Wilco • Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk With Guest Artist Art Neville • The Revivalists • Tedeschi Trucks Band • Paloma Faith • Galactic Featuring Macy Gray • The Dirty Dozen Brass Band • Alison Krauss & Union Station • Chicago

Saturday, May 2

John Legend • Big Sam’s Funky Nation • Allen Toussaint • Irvin Mayfield & The New Orleans Orchestra With Special Guest Dee Dee Bridgewater • Ryan Adams • Bonerama • Sturgill Simpson • Marcia Ball • Jerry Lee Lewis • Vintage Trouble • No Doubt • The Who

Sunday, May 3

Pitbull • Irma Thomas • Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen • Anders Osborne • Jimmy Buffett And The Coral Reefer Band • The Radiators • The O’Jays • Steve Winwood • Ed Sheeran • Lenny Kravitz • Elton John

Jazz Fest News & Exclusives

On AXS TV May 1 - May 3


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