This past weekend was ideal for listening to sultry jazz on Menasha’s beachfront.
Fox Jazz Fest, a Labor Day weekend staple, began on Friday and ran through Saturday.
Visitors from all over the country come to Jefferson Park to listen to incredible musicians and enjoy delicious food and drinks from local vendors.
Fox Jazz Fest Artistic Director John Harmon: “We do it because first and foremost we love music and want to share this music with the community.”
A festival is an annual event that brings together people from all over to hear some of the best jazz musicians in the country perform.
“We all give our time to put on this event, and it feels great,” said Noah Harmon, co-director of the Fox Jazz Fest. “There’s nothing better than seeing such a positive reaction from the locals during a community event.”
This year’s festival featured professional and amateur musicians and bands in addition to student performers from Neenah High School,
Weyauwega-Fremont High School, and Fond du Lac High School.
The Jazz Corner Society puts on the festival, and it’s totally free. Every day, TheActiveNews.Com becomes the go-to source for breaking news and breaking information. You can also leave your thoughts in the comment section.