Hallins Corporation

Jazz Festival
August 31
save the date for our annual fundraiser

The 2024 Omaha Jazz Experience

Saturday, July 20, 2024
Stinson Park / Aksarben Village
4 – 10 pm

Performing jazz musicians to be announced soon

The 12th annual LOVAM Jazz Festival is scheduled for August 31st at Turner Park. This is a FREE and open to the public concert. Come and enjoy an incredible evening of amazing jazz in Midtown Crossing produced by Hallins Corporation.

Save the date

Saturday, August 31st, 2024

Turner Park / Midtown Crossing
3110 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131

FREE Attendance

Performing jazz musicians to be announced soon

2023 lovam Jazz festival past artists

Gerald Albright

Playing both saxophone and bass guitar, Albright was the consummate session and touring musician in the 1980s, working with such artists as Anita Baker, Atlantic Starr, the Temptations, Maurice White, the Winans, and Whitney Houston. He launched his solo saxophone career in the ’80s and has been a core part of the smooth jazz genre since. In the late ’90s, he led a big band for and toured with pop star Phil Collins, and he released a record of romantic ballads with R&B singer Will Downing called Pleasures of the Night.

Albright has been nominated for nine Grammy Awards during his solo career, most recently for Best Improvised Jazz Solo at the 2023 Grammys for his featured work on Hank Bilal’s “Keep Holding On.” His most recent release, the G-Stream 2—Turn It Up EP, came out in April 2022.

Althea Rene

Althea Rene, the first soul-jazz flutist featured on the prestigious Dave Koz Jazz Cruise which sails between Morocco, Spain, and Portugal, also performed. She is known as a “master of her craft” and one of the world’s most exciting solo improvisational sou-jazz flutists.

Also featured local talent

In addition, Omaha’s favorite Chad Stoner and the North Omaha Music and Art Ensemble performed at the 2023 LOVAM Jazz Festival.

Chad Stoner

NOMA ENSEMBLE with Dana Murray


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