Volunteer responsibilities include everything from
distributing materials and working backstage to assisting with guest
artists. Training may be required for some positions.
All volunteers — new and returning — must complete
“Volunteers are an important part of our festival,”
said Terri Pontremoli, director of Tri-C JazzFest. “We’re looking
forward to seeing new and familiar faces and supporting the music we
all love so much.”
Tri-C JazzFest runs Sept. 11 and 12 at Cain Park. The
two-day festival includes 10 concerts under the covered Evans
Amphitheater plus vendors and food.
The 2021 lineup includes Banda Magda, Christian
Sands, Emmet Cohen, Samara Joy, Catherine Russell, Spanish Harlem
Orchestra and many others. Visit
for the full lineup and schedule of shows.
Passes, sold by day, are available through
or by calling 216-371-3000. Reserved passes are tiered, available
for $50, $65, $75 and $100. Lawn seating is $35.
Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland is made possible by Cuyahoga
Community College, KeyBank, the National Endowment for the Arts, the
Ohio Arts Council, The George Gund Foundation, Strassman Insurance
Services Inc., and a growing list of donors and vendors. Cain Park
is owned and operated by the City of Cleveland Heights.