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Lowcountry Jazz Festival Comes to Gaillard Center in September



Willie Bradley

The Lowcountry Jazz Festival returns to the Gaillard Center on Labor Day weekend – September 3rd to 5th. The full lineup (subject to change) is below. 

The event kicks off Friday night with the All White Party Affair. Guests are encouraged to dress in their best white attire and join in celebrating the opening night of the Annual Lowcountry Jazz Festival.

  • The All White Party Affair (Friday, September 3rd, 2021)
    • Nick Collionne
    • DJ Nyce
  • Day One (Saturday, September 4th)
    • Willie Bradley
    • Najee
    • Peabo Bryson
  • Day Two (Sunday, September 5th)
    • Lindsey Webster & Adam Hawley
    • Kindred Family Soul
    • R&R (Richard Eliott and Rick Braun)

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 4th at 10 am on Tickets to Friday night’s All White Party Affair are $113 (plus applicable fees). Tickets to the weekend performances start at $63 (plus applicable fees). You can receive 10% off when you purchase all three days. Gaillard Center Members receive presale access. You can become a member today by contacting the Development Office at or (843) 579-6468.

The Greater Charleston Lowcountry Jazz Festival is the primary fundraiser for Closing the Gap in Health Care, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose primary mission is decreasing health disparities and increasing health literacy, especially for African Americans and the underserved in our community, South Carolina, and the nation. The organization airs radio and television health tips, publishes a weekly e-newsletter, and provides information on social media to improve health literacy. Lectures, seminars, and youth and community activities are also provided by Closing the Gap in Health Care, Inc.

Proceeds from our Festival support the mission of Closing the Gap in Health Care, Inc. and the Thaddeus John Bell, M.D. Endowment Fund. This scholarship fund was created conjointly with the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina to assist students who pursue a health science degree and graduate from the Medical University of South Carolina. This will facilitate an increase in the number of African American health providers in the state.

The Greater Charleston Lowcountry Jazz Festival and Closing the Gap in Health Care, Inc. have made contributions, exceeding $250,000, to the Thaddeus John Bell, M.D. Endowment Fund.

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