While this year's Toronto Jazz Festival lineup can't really be called adventurous (Dave Brubeck? Rob McConnell?), a few participants stretch the definition of jazz. Here's a short list of the highlights, but be advised - seeing some of these marquee acts will cost you dearly.
Tuesday (June 26)
Herbie Hancock Quartet at the Four Seasons Centre, $45-$135
Trio Beyond with John Scofield, Jack DeJohnette and Larry Goldings at Nathan Phillips Square, $30
Wednesday (June 27)
Medeski, Scofield, Martin and Wood at Nathan Phillips Square, $35
Thursday (June 28)
Roy Hargrove Quintet plus United Trombone Summit at Nathan Phillips Square, $35
Friday (June 29)
Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette at the Four Seasons Centre, $45-$200
Antibalas at the Opera House, $25
Joshua Redman and Delfeayo Marsalis at Nathan Phillips Square, $30
Sunday (July 1)
Mavis Staples and the Rebirth Brass Band at Nathan Phillips Square, $35.