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Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival Wikipedia
The Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival (French: Festival International de Jazz de Port-au-Prince) is a large annual jazz festival held in Haiti. The first year was 2007. In 2013 it featured Branford Marsalis as a headliner, with their first show in the coastal town of Jacmel. That year featured two dozen other jazz musicians from countries such as Mexico, Brazil, Spain, and Cameroon. According to Billboard, "The festival seeks to promote jazz in Haiti, increase understanding between the Haitian and American cultures, and encourage tourism."