Saturday, September 3, 2022
2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Gates open at 1:00 p.m.
Tall Trees Amphitheatre
Monroeville Community Park West
2447 Tilbrook Rd., Monroeville, PA 15146
The Monroeville Foundation is pleased to continue the tradition of the Monroeville Jazz Festival that began in 2002. That first year, the Jazz Festival was staged in the social hall of a community church in Monroeville and featured Pittsburgh’s own Joe Negri.
In 2004 the Monroeville Jazz Festival became a non-profit corporation. Over the years, the Monroeville Jazz Festival has been proud to be able to continue to promote awareness and appreciation for all forms of jazz through its annual one-day free, live concert.
The Monroeville Jazz Festival would not be possible without the amazing people and companies that support us. Please donate so we can keep bringing you this wonderful event.
A lot goes into making the Monroeville Jazz Festival happen, and we couldn’t do it without the help and support of dedicated volunteers who donate their time, energy and creativity to help ensure the success of this event.
If you are interested in being a part of this event, the volunteer opportunities are numerous. Help us to grow this important regional cultural event.
WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2023 VOLUNTEER PROGRAM.
Please Note: Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
Is there a charge for this event?
FREE ADMISSION & FREE PARKING thanks to the generous support from our sponsors. Suggested $5 donation. Donations benefit The Monroeville Foundation charities including the Animal Shelter, Local Food Banks, and more.
Is there handicap parking and access?
Yes. We reserve the paved parking area to the right of the amphitheater for handicapped patrons. There is also a sidewalk ramp that allows access to the front of the stage area.
How long is the program?
This year’s festival will feature 4 well known regional and national artists: the first performance will begin at 2:30 pm and last for approximately 60 minutes. The second performance will also be 60 minutes – followed by a 30 minute intermission.
Mr. Summerville is the founder of the Monroeville Jazz Festival and served as president for 15 years.
Mr. Davillas has served on the advisory board since inception of the jazz festival. He is also the past preseident of the Gateway Foundation.
Mr. Hillgrove is an on-air personality formerly of Pittsburgh jazz station WDUQ and currently for Pittburgh jazz station WZUM.
Mr. Reichner has served on the jazz festival advisory board for 10 years and is a strong jazz enthusiast. He was a member of the Manchester Craftsman Guild Jazz.