Miami: Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival with Rickey Smiley, Babyface, DJ Cassidy and others – March 9-10, 2024



Hosted by Rickey Smiley & Jess Hilarious, with Additional Artist Performances Including Babyface, Jeezy, Scarface, Jaheim, Tamia, Marsha Ambrosius, October London, DJ Cassidy Pass The Mic Live! and More

 Black Promoters Collective (BPC) proudly unveils a groundbreaking partnership with Jazz in the Gardens (JITG), marking a significant step towards redefining and expanding the iconic festival experience. This strategic collaboration with the City of Miami Gardens is set to elevate the renowned Jazz in the Gardens music festival to new heights. The festival dates are slated for Saturday, March 9th, and Sunday, March 10th, 2024, and will take place at Hard Rock Stadium, home to the Miami Dolphins, Miami Tennis Open, and Formula One Racing; the festival’s venue choice resonates with the vibrancy and energy of South Florida.

Promoter presale tickets go on sale today, Thursday, December 21 at 10 AM local time via the code BPC. Attendees can access tickets here.


The soul-stirring, Grammy™ award-winning, and multi-platinum-selling Maxwell will headline while Babyface, Jeezy, Scarface, Jaheim, Tamia, Marsha Ambrosius, October London, and DJ Cassidy’s Pass the Mic Live! with special guests are just a few of the incredible talents set to grace the festival’s stages. JITG is hosted by Rickey Smiley & Jess Hilarious.

“BPC is thrilled to work alongside the City of Miami Gardens to enhance the already vibrant Jazz in the Gardens brand and take it to the next level,” states BPC Partner and CMO Troy Brown. “For example, notably, JITG has never incorporated the Afrobeat genre into its lineup. BPC plans to change that and infuse the festival with a mix of genres, promising an unforgettable experience for attendees.”

“We are so excited to be hosting the 17th annual Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival.  This year’s partnership with the Black Promoters Collective promises an enhanced festival experience, and a line-up of talented artists who represent the diverse culture we have in Miami Gardens and South Florida region,” said Mayor Rodney Harris.