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Ventana al Jazz series artist “The Leslie Cartaya Quartet”

A free live show featuring world-famous Ventana al Jazz series artist The Leslie Cartaya Quartet will take place on Thursday, June 25.
Ventana al Jazz joins an entertainment lineup that already includes the Powerstation Events Concert Series – Dennis DeYoung and the Music of STYX on Friday, June 26, and Bret Michaels on Saturday, June 27.
“Join us at the Travelers Championship to enjoy a full day of world-class golf, and then sit back, relax and take in the smooth Latin sounds of Leslie Cartaya,” said Nathan Grube, Tournament Director for the Travelers Championship. “Concerts at the Travelers Championship have been a fan-favorite each year, rounding out a day at the golf course with great entertainment.”
The concert will begin at approximately 7 p.m., soon after the last golfer of the day finishes his round, and will be held in the MetroHartford Alliance Fan Zone located near the center of the course. The concert is free with the purchase of an “Any One Day” ticket on Thursday, which provides fans access to the tournament and all entertainment throughout that day.
“We could not be happier to be partnering with the Travelers Championship as it continues to deliver world-class entertainment to complement the PGA TOUR’s best and brightest stars,” said Pedro Zorrilla, President of Ventana al Jazz. “We are excited to bring a culturally significant show to the Travelers Championship and hope that everyone enjoys our Latin Jazz series.”
Ventana al Jazz at the Travelers Championship is presented by Univision TV Hartford-Springfield, The River 105.9 FM (iHeartMedia) and CTLatinoNews.com.
The Travelers Championship will take place from June 22 to 28 at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut. Tickets are on sale now at www.TravelersChampionship.com.
For more information:  http://travelerschampionship.com/powerstation-events-concert-series/
About Ventana al Jazz       
Ventana al Jazz is a Puerto Rican-born Latin jazz music series that has operated on a monthly basis in San Juan, Puerto Rico, since 2008.  The series focuses on delivering the best that Latin culture has to offer through jazz, while serving as an arts and entertainment anchor for host communities.  In recent years, Ventana al Jazz has grown its footprint to include Miami, Orlando, New York and Chicago, and expects to be in 25 cities by 2020. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/VentanaaljazzMBV