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Jazz in the Gardens returns for its ninth year

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The City of Miami Gardens presents the ninth annual Jazz in the Gardens returns with special guest host D.L. Hughley on March 14-16 at Sun Life Stadium.

The three-day festival kicks off on Friday the 14th with the Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon at Shula’s Hotel & Golf Club and a pre-party with live celebrity entertainment at Calder Casino.

The festival is complete with a star-studded line-up, delicious food, and of course, amazing South Florida weather. Line-up includes LL Cool J, Kelly Rowland, Jamie Foxx, Stanley Clarke, Anthony Hamilton, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, Rachelle Ferrell, Trey Songz, Boney James, Mint Condition, Jay Jones, Mustafa on Sax, and Uniir Band.

Additionally, MSNBC will be on-sit to host a unique fan experience. Network hosts Ed Schultz of "The Ed Show," Joy Reid of "The Reid Report", and Touré, co-host of "The Cycle", will contribute to the festivities. Attendees will be able to meet show hosts, receive giveaways and participate in the "Growing Hope" experience. Coverage of the event and Growing Hope will be available on and

All in all, host D.L. Hughley says “If you think the last Jazz in the Gardens was amazing, wait until you see this year! Between me hosting, Rachelle Ferrell coming back and the other hot talent being featured, this is going to be the one people talk about! We haven’t even started and this party is already looking good, I’m happy to be on the JITG team.”

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