MENASHA--Music lovers flocked to the Fox Valley Saturday where the sweet sounds of jazz filled the air.
The Fox Jazz Festival is held every Labor Day weekend at Jefferson Park in Menasha. It takes place on the shores of Lake Winnebago.
The event is a celebration of jazz music and includes free entertainment from local, regional, and national jazz artists.
Jazz isn't the only attraction however.The festival also features specially brewed beer.
Students who performed talked about sharing the stage to make the music come alive.
"I think its cool that everybody can come together for a common thing and enjoy it all together," said Sophie Zilles, a senior at Neenah High School.
"Yeah, its awesome that there are 6th graders here performing as well as professional musicians. They can come to the same place and all share the same thing," said Joshua Miller, a senior at Neenah High School.
The event has taken place for the past 20 years.
The Fox Jazz Fest continues Sunday at noon.
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The State Building Commission has approved $5 million to help build the Wisconsin Maritime Center of Excellence in Marinette.
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