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"continuing Canada's longest-running jazz concert series, since1976"
Mackenzie Hall Jazz is operated by the nonprofit Windsor Jazz Concert Series Inc.

The Friends of the Court are the volunteer group supporting improvements for Mackenzie Hall. The Friends fund-raise with baked goods and refreshments at intermissions of the jazz concerts, creating a cordial get-together of music lovers.


Mackenzie Hall is at 3277 Sandwich St. Windsor N9C 1A9, 5 minutes from the Ambassador Bridge.

Mackenzie Hall is the City of Windsor's arts and cultural centre in a restored 1856 former courthouse anchoring the historic Old Sandwich Town neighbourhood.

WJCS operates Mackenzie Hall Jazz as our Mainstage Series. Concerts are held several times a year in the 200 seat Court Auditorium offering excellent acoustics, lighting, staging and a fine Yamaha grand piano. It is Windsor's best venue to experience classic acoustic jazz in an intimate setting.


SUNDAY AUGUST 18  Old Towns Jazz Day with Sandwich Market

An afternoon of jazz at Mackenzie Hall, Mary E. Bibb Park plus evening at Walkerville Brewery. FREE PERFORMANCES and a ticketed HEADLINE CONCERT. 25 performers including Mike Karloff, Ray Manzerolle, Coffee House Combo, Austin DiPietro Quintet, Bob Fazecash, Kevin Grenier, Ray Bower, Russ Macklem, Ryan Fontaine Trio, Shahida Nurullah, and other Windsor jazzers. See Aug. 18 Jazz Day tab.

SUNDAY September 29  at 2:30 pm

A Salute to Fats Waller, Jazz Giant. Chris Tabaczynski, sax; Erik McIntyre, guitar; Mike Karoub, cello; Mike Karloff, piano

Franz Jackson

Photo by Dan Reaume

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