Palmer Square was filled with the sounds of jazz and the aromas of outdoor cooking Sunday, Sept. 17, as young and old alike enjoyed the 26th annual Princeton JazzFeast. The JazzFeast, a free, family-friendly, open-air jazz festival traditionally swings with the joy of great music and food.

This year's event featured performances by some of the industry’s best jazz musicians, including Alan Dale and the New Legacy Jazz Band, the Houston Person Quartet, the Ben Polcer Septet, Fifteen Strings with Jonathan Russell and Vinny Raniolo and the Stan Rubin Orchestra.

The one-day festival also showcased many of the area’s finest restaurants, and drew thousands of people to downtown Princeton.

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