Organizers of The Preserve Jazz Festival, presented by Tom Williams Lexus, are pleased to announce the festival will be relocating to Birmingham’s historic landmark, Sloss Furnace. The 2014 PJF will be held Sunday, May 25; this is the Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend and should offer a better fan experience as everyone is off the next day for the holiday to relax.
“The move to Sloss made sense for a number of reasons; we can now offer on-site parking for attendees and eliminate shuttle buses, the covered stage area takes weather out of the mix and the continued ability for fans to bring their own food and beverage,” says festival organizer, Jason Henderson.
With this transition to a new venue, general admission ticket prices were reduced by 20% over last year, 2-3 additional local acts will be added to the festival lineup, gates will open sooner to promote a “tailgating” feel and a new beer/wine tasting experience is being explored. 2014 Artist announcements coming soon.
2014 tickets options range from General Admission, a Tent 4 Ten Package to the Platinum VIP Experience. Information and tickets are available now at www.preservejazz.com. Prices do include a small Ticket Biscuit processing fee.
PJF corporate partners include: Tom Williams Lexus, WVSU-FM 91.1, Coca-Cola, Frito Lay, Ticket Biscuit, USS Real Estate and Alabama Power Company.
For more information, visit the official website, Facebook page or follow the festival on Twitter. The Preserve Jazz Festival is a production of Moss Rock Management, LLC.