Now in it’s sixth year, the Curaçao North Sea Jazz Festival returns to the stage Sept. 3-5, playing host to such international superstars as John Legend, Enrique Iglesias, Wyclef Jean, Juanes, Lionel Richie and Usher.
The festival has seen performances by such pop and jazz icons as Bruno Mars, Rod Stewart, Smokey Robinson, Alicia Keys, Prince, Sting and Stevie Wonder.
The event draws crowds from all over the world and has been praised for showcasing an eclectic mix of sounds for pop revelers and die-hard jazz fans alike.
This year’s Curaçao North Sea Jazz Festival will also feature internationally renowned artists, including Oscar D’Leon, one of the world’s leading salsa singers, British soul singing sensation Emeli Sandé, R&B group The Pointer Sisters, and jazz vocalists, Gregory Porter, Charles Bradley and Cassandra Wilson.
Performances will take place at Curaçao’s World Trade Center in Piscadera Bay. During the day, festival attendees can take full advantage of the island’s beaches, culture and cuisine. Tickets for the festival are on sale now for $195 per day.