Festival's Shuttle Service Route Announced -- Free Service Being Offered All 9 Days During Festival

June 4, 2013

Rochester, NY--June 4, 2013-- For the first time, the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival is offering free shuttle bus service courtesy of Simcona Electronics and Horizon Club Tours, a Division of AAA Western and Central New York.

The service will be offered at no charge all nine days during the festival, June 21 - 29, to make it easy for patrons to get to and from downtown parking garages and lots surrounding the festival.

Continuous round trip service will be provided daily from 5PM to Midnight. Buses will arrive at each stop about every 15 minutes. Last pick-ups are at 11:30PM. Wheelchairs and assistive devices can be stored in the luggage compartments. Coaches are air conditioned and have bathrooms. Festival brochures and program guides will be available on the buses.

Shuttle Bus Stops

Stops are conveniently located near downtown parking garages. Look for the Shuttle Bus Signs. Download the map of the Shuttle route.

1- State St. & Church St. (Across from Rochester Plaza Hotel) (daily)

2- South Ave between Broad and Court Streets (daily )

3- Clinton Avenue South at Woodbury, near GEVA (daily)

4- Roundabout at Broadway and Broad (near Manhattan Square Park) (Friday 6/21, Saturday 6/22, Friday 6/28, Saturday 6/29 only)

5- Chestnut St. & East Main St. (Sunday 6/23 - Thursday 6/27 only)

6- Andrews St. & Liberty Pole Way (daily)

Download the map here: http://rochesterjazz.com/downloads/XRIJFShuttleMapFINAL.pdf

For more information on getting around the festival see http://www.rochesterjazz.com/php/travel.php.

About the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival (XRIJF)

The nine-day Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival presented by M&T Bank was founded in 2002 and is produced by John Nugent, Artistic Director and Marc Iacona, Executive Director. This year's 12th Edition, June 21-29, will feature a diverse and eclectic performance roster of 1,200-plus artists performing in more than 300 concerts including 81 free shows at 19 venues. The 2012 Festival drew more than 187,000 music lovers to hear some of the finest artists in the world perform.