With New Orleans’ Jazz & Heritage Festival not scheduled to return until October 2021 at the earliest, local non-profit radio station WWOZ will again air its Jazz Festing In Place marathon later this month in lieu of the annual event.

The special radio broadcasts scheduled for April 22nd–25th and April 29th–May 2nd will feature rare and memorable Jazz Fest performances from years past which will air between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. CT each day. Produced in partnership with the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, the daily broadcasts will also feature interview segments that highlight the food, crafts, and cultural heritage of the Louisiana city as fans patiently await the festival’s return later this year.

Select archive performances to air during the back-to-back weekends include Ella Fitzgerald with Stevie Wonder (1977), The Preservation Hall Jazz Band (1970), Tank & The Bangas (2017), Galactic (2014), Widespread Panic feat. Dirty Dozen Brass Band (2001), The Allman Brothers Band (2010), Carole King (1992), Dr. John (2000), Neville Brothers (2003), and more.

Fans will be able to tune in by streaming the audio for free at the WWOZ website or via its terrestrial radio channel 90.7 FM.

Click here for more information about this year’s Jazz Festing In Place audio marathon. Scroll down to see the full schedule of audio programming for both weekends.