The 8th Annual INTEGRITY JAZZ FESTIVAL will take place Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Magic City Campus High School Practice Field (1000 block of Burdick Expressway). Live Music non-stop from 1:00 - 8:00 PM.

The 2015 festival features the hot jazz of the The Jim Cullum Jazz Band. The day will be filled with Jazz music by well-known jazz artists, as well as popular local talent.

Vendors will be offering food, beverages, art, clothing and crafts. Thanks to the contributions of its sponsors and volunteers, INTEGRITY JAZZ FESTIVAL has become a summer favorite. Ticket will be available at the gate or in advance on this website and at Minot Area Council of the Arts.

Please Note: 2015 Rain Location is Ann Nicole Nelson Hall, Minot State University


The Jim Cullum Jazz Band

Featured Performer is The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and outstanding guest artists. Singular musical arrangements created by band members, including leader Jim Cullum and pianist John Sheridan, enhance the classical forms of jazz the Band embraces. Co-host David Holt interviews guests and presents scene-setting narratives embedded with historical recordings and rare archival interviews. Original scripts based on oral histories illumine the stories behind the music and bring to life key figures in early jazz.

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Appearing with the Clearwater Hot Club

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Sam Miltich



Dave Ferreira Trio


David Ferreira, with The David Ferreira Trio, has appeared weekly at Maxwell’s Restaurant & Bar in West Fargo for over 3 ½ years and was pianist with the Jazz Arts Group Big Band of Fargo, ND for 17 years, performing with such artists as; Marlena Shaw, Carmen Bradford, Bill Watrous, Bob Mintzer and many more.  Trained as a classical artist, Ferreira earned his doctorate at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati and has appeared with the Fargo/Moorhead Symphony as both vocal soloist and pianist.  He recently appeared in Cascais, Portugal, at the Malaposta Cultural Arts Center with Paulo Neves, Portuguese bassist and Jean-Marc Charmier, trumpeter from Paris, France.  While there, he was interviewed and performed an hour-long show with his trio on Portuguese National Public Radio and also presented a special Sinatra Tribute at the Cascais Jazz Club.  David is currently an adjunct professor teaching jazz piano at Concordia College and Minnesota State University Moorhead where he taught for thirty years before “retiring” in 2003.

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