Black Promoters Collective Brings An Electric Lineup To Miami’s 2024 ‘Jazz In The Gardens’ Festival

The vibes will be nothing short of amazing!

Black Promoters Collective (BPC) is providing another reason to visit Miami the weekend of March 9-10 with the 2024 Jazz In The Gardens festival lineup.

Celebrating its 17th year, the annual festival “celebrates diversity, culture, and art through various genres of music.” In collaboration with BPC, a press release announcing the 2024 lineup shows this isn’t the festival to miss including powerhouse performances from award-winning singer and actress, Fantasia, hitmaker Babyface, rapper and best-selling author Jeezy, Grammy-Award winning artist Jazmine Sullivan and more. 

The group consists of six of the nation’s top tier independent concert, promotion and event production companies. With no competition against festival giants such as Coachella and Lollapalooza, the mission of the 100% black-owned business is to be “the world’s leading producer and provider of culturally relevant live entertainment experiences.” BPC is thrilled to work alongside the City of Miami Gardens to enhance the already vibrant Jazz in the Gardens brand and take it to the next level,” BPC partner and chief marketing officer Troy Brown said. 

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With more than 250 concerts and festivals produced under BPC’s belt, it should be no shock this two-day festival is the perfect fit to start festival season. To kickoff the jam-packed weekend, festivities start on March 8 with a Women’s Month luncheon honoring black female leaders trailblazing the field. This year’s honorees include Chiefs Delma Noel-Pratt, Cherise Gause and Chief Harvette Smith, leading the police departments of the Miami-Dade area. As the sun goes down, Miami’s own DJ Nasty will set the vibe alongside legendary DJ Kid Capri. With the “Welcome to the Crib” set on March 9, fans will experience the “biggest boss” Rick Ross and Slip-N-Slide Records legends Trick Daddy and Trina as they rock the stage. 

Hosted by comedian Rickey Smiley, the festival pays homage to some of Miami’s finest that set the tone with some of music’s best sounds. Ending the weekend, DJ Cassidy brings the iconic “Pass The Mic” experience to the Sunshine State with an unforgettable lineup featuring everyone’s favorite Uncle Luke, T.I., Lil’ Kim and Too $hort. There as there is something for all kinds of music lovers. Jamaican reggae artist Wayne Wonder will bring the Caribbean vibes of the early 2000s, as well as Kirk Franklin bringing Sunday’s best to the stage.

Some of R&B’s best crooners from then and now will also be featured. Eric Bellinger, Maxwell and Omarion are scheduled to make an appearance as well as London’s own Marsha Ambrosius. “Put That Woman First” singer Jaheim will grace the stage, followed by R&B talent October London, Summer Walker and more. Tickets range from general admission for two days at $186.30 to titanium entry at $1,500.