Pubblicato il 20 March 2024 da Redazione in Antibes, Events

“Jazz à Juan” in July for its 63rd edition

from July 8th to July 18th, 2024, with a program yet to be discovered.
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Regarded as the dean of jazz festivals in Europe, the International Jazz Festival of Antibes Juan-les-Pins, known as “Jazz à Juan“, is an essential element of French and European culture and heritage. Its exceptional influence makes it one of the most prestigious and effective communication vehicles for Antibes Juan-les-Pins and the French Riviera on the international stage.


Since its inception in 1960, Jazz à Juan has remained an open and evolving festival over the decades. It’s difficult to name all the artists who have performed in the magical setting of the pine forest.

Since its foundation, “Jazz à Juan” has presented a wide range of jazz styles over the decades, ranging from Swing to be-bop or post-be-bop, from gospel to roots, from soul to funk or rock, from African to European or American, from contemporary to “New Orleans”… Over the years, the audience has changed, but “Jazz à Juan” has always maintained the visceral instinct of its own legend.


Numerous events will mark the celebration of its 63rd anniversary, which will take place from July 8th to July 18th, 2024. It is one of the oldest jazz festivals on the continent, celebrated in one of the most beautiful seaside resorts in France. This place has truly changed the history of music.

Here is the concert schedule:


  • Monday, July 8th: Manu Katché and Toto
  • Tuesday, July 9th: Laufey and Selah Sue
  • Wednesday, July 10th: Tiken Jah Fakoly and Youssou N’Dour
  • Thursday, July 11th: El Comité and Avishai Cohen Banda Iroko
  • Friday, July 12th: Adi Oasis and Pink Martini
  • Saturday, July 13th: Belmondo Dead Jazz and Chris Potter, Brad Mehldau, John Patitucci, Johnathan and Blake
  • Sunday, July 14th: Saki Ozawa – Blue Note Tokyo and Li Xiaochuan – Jz Music and Poetic Ways – France and Original Pinettes Brass Band – New Orleans
  • Monday, July 15th: Erik Truffaz – Rollin’ & Clap! And Sofiane Pamart
  • Tuesday, July 16th: Scary Pockets and Kool & The Gang
  • Wednesday, July 17th: Joshua Redman Group Featuring Gabrielle Cavassa and Marcus Miller
  • Thursday, July 18th: Jimetta Rose & The Voices Of Creation