Photos: 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival

Artist-in-residence Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Hudson and more

Wayne Shorter, John Patitucci, Danilo Pérez and Brian Blade (from left) at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Danilo Pérez, Wayne Shorter, John Patitucci and Brian Blade (from left) at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Wayne Shorter at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival (photo by Marek Lazarski)
Wayne Shorter opens the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Theo Croker at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Terrace Martin performs with Herbie Hancock at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
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John Scofield performs in Hudson at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Panamonk: Danilo Pérez, Jared Henderson and Terri Lyne Carrington (from left) at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Bassist Miles Mosley and the West Coast Get Down at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
John Patitucci leads his Electric Guitar Quartet at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
John Medeski performs in Hudson at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Joe Lovano at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Joe Lovano at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
James Genus performs with Herbie Hancock at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Jack DeJohnette performs in Hudson at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Herbie Hancock at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival (photo by Marek Lazarski)
Herbie Hancock at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival (photo by Marek Lazarski)
Herbie Hancock at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Donny McCaslin at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Jason Lindner, Tim Lefebvre, Donny McCaslin and Mark Guiliana (from left) at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Trumpeter Dominick Farinacci and band at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Dee Dee Bridgewater at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Chucho Valdés and Joe Lovano at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival
Brian Blade at the 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival

The 2017 Detroit Jazz Festival is underway in downtown Motor City, and continues admission-free through Monday evening. Enjoy this photo gallery, by Marek Lazarski, of the action thus far, including opening-night sets by this year’s artist-in-residence, Wayne Shorter, and his quartet, and Herbie Hancock.