Roswell Jazz Festival
October 13-17, 2021
Roswell, New Mexico
The Roswell Jazz Festival is back for 2021!
We're already putting the wheels in motion for 2021 RJF events. Please keep checking back here over the next few months for more details.
2019 Roswell Jazz Festival TV ad
2021 Jazz Appreciation Month Roswell Jazz Festival
Fundraiser Dinner and Donate To Win
On Saturday evening, April 24, at 6 PM, the Roswell Jazz Festival will be hosting a Fundraising Dinner at Stellar Coffee in Roswell, NM. Only 24 tickets @ $250 each will be available for this fundraiser, which includes a meal prepared by gourmet chefs Melinda Creamer and Brinkman Randal. Live jazz music will be performed by Richard Simon, Johnny Varro, and Ricky Malichi. A bottle of champagne will be provided for every two seats purchased. Thank you to our sponsors Xcel Energy, Pioneer Bank, Admiral Beverage Corporation, Variety Liquor and Lounge, Shamrock Foods, Eye Associates of New Mexico, Pecos Flavors Winery, and Stellar Coffee.
The Roswell Jazz Festival is also offering you a chance to Donate To Win to receive tickets to win prizes, the main prize being a trip for two to New Orleans. The winners will be announced on at 8 PM on Saturday evening, April 24 at the fundraising dinner. NOTE: You do NOT have to be present to win a prize. Your donation buys you blocks of 10 tickets, $10 for 10 tickets.
Tickets for the Fundraising Dinner and the Donate To Win go on sale Saturday, April 10. All tickets will sold online and will be virtual tickets; you will not receive a physical ticket.
Buy Fundraising Dinner tickets here.
Buy Donate To Win tickets here.
The Pecos Valley Jazz and Arts Festival Inc., DBA Roswell Jazz Festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
This is a great chance to have some fun and support the Roswell Jazz Festival!
"The RJF put on a great series of concerts by a number of world-class musicians...the admission to the programs is incredibly reasonable. I heard some of the best music I have heard in a long, long, time, no matter what the genre." Jim Harris, in the Lovington Leader writing about the 2019 RJF.