Free jazz on Fillmore

The 23rd annual Fillmore Jazz Festival — on 12 blocks of Fillmore Street between Jackson and Eddy streets — runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free. For details, visit www.FillmoreJazzFestival.com or call (800) 310-6563. Here’s the lineup:

Saturday

California Street Stage: 10 a.m. Michael LaMacchia; noon, Sanford Barnett Quartet; 2 p.m., Contemporary Jazz Orchestra; 4 p.m. Terese Genecco.

Sutter Street Stage: 10 a.m., Erik Lindquist Trio; noon, Ben Wanicur Quartet; 2 p.m., Smith Dobson V Quartet; 4 p.m., Mitch Marcus Sextet.

Ellis Street Stage: 10 a.m., Jaye and Friends; noon, Kimbrough & Company; 2 p.m. Everyday People; 4 p.m., Sila and the Afrofunk Experience.

Sunday

California Street Stage: 10 a.m., Fazz; noon, Will Blades; 2 p.m., Will Bernard; 4 p.m., Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra.

Sutter Street Stage: 10 a.m., Rachel Lauren; noon, Brass Mafia; 2 p.m., Mel Martin Quartet; 4 p.m., Bautista.

Ellis Street Stage: 10 a.m., Jazz Philosophy; noon, Lloyd Gregory; 2 p.m., Vinyl; 4 p.m., Mazacote.


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