JAZZ BOWL MUSIC FESTIVAL 57 ARIZONA
TO KICK OFF IN TEMPE ARIZONA FEB 2023
International Jazz Day AZ Foundation is the name of the organization in charge of this project. The focus of this program is to spread the awareness of jazz culture through the stables of a celebration festival to be tagged Jazz Bowl Music Fest during Super Bowl Week.
It intends to guide jazz lovers to its importance, values, and use in everyday life. Like the UNESCO’S International Jazz Day, which holds every year, we want The Super Bowl LV11 (57) Jazz Festival Weekend 2023 to achieve the aims of getting jazz lovers together to share in the creativity, power, and love of jazz music. In this proposal document, the need statement, organizational summary, mission, vision, target population, staff information, goals, description, duration, budget, and evaluation are provided. They are present to provide in-depth knowledge of how the project will be tailored towards achieving the described objectives for the newly proposed celebration. International Jazz Day AZ Foundation will be co-hosting the program alongside Molina Fine Jewelers and it’s partners. The target market in view cuts across Arizona as we intend to influence the community there with the wave of the jazz revolution. Through the financial enablement provided, we will achieve this and more as an organization concerning the project at hand. Added Information: International Jazz Day AZ Foundation is a nonprofit organization that engages in bringing together communities, schools, artists, historians, academics, and jazz enthusiasts to celebrate and gain knowledge about Jazz and its roots, future, and impact. The initiative aims to raise awareness of intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding and reinforce international cooperation and communication. The Jazz Bowl of Music Fest is a three-day event organized to achieve jazz celebration and appreciation in the state. Hence, with our experienced hands, we are sure to make this project accomplish greatness on its set dat
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