Historic Downtown Canton

All Day Jazz, Blues, Arts Festival

Music On The Vine’s Jazz and Blues Festival of The Arts is a FREE EVENT and is being held in one of the most beautiful cities in Georgia, Historic Downtown Canton. We are proud to have Canton as the formal host of this inaugural event to raise scholarship funds for Reinhardt University’s School Of Jazz.

Downtown Canton is conveniently located between Atlanta and the Blue Ridge Mountains, it is the perfect location for one of Cherokee County’s soon to be biggest yearly jazz and blues art festivals.

Canton is one of the fastest growing counties in Georgia and is home to some of the most unique, eclectic merchants and businesses and well known restaurants. With its rich history in bringing to its downtown the beauty of music and the arts, with rich diversity, it is only fitting that Canton has chosen to be the host of one of Cherokee County’s largest “first all day jazz and blues festival.”

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General directions to Cannon Park in central Downtown Canton:

From the North • Take I-575 South
• Take Exit 20/Canton/Riverstone Pkwy. • Bear Right on Riverstone Pkwy. (GA-5) • Turn Left on Waleska St. • Continue on W. Main St. • Arrive at Cannon Park on the Left

From the South • Take I-575 North to Canton
• Take Exit 16 and merge to right hand lane • Turn Left on Highway 140 • Turn Right onto Marietta St. at light • Pass through E. Marietta St. at four-way stop • Continue on S. Church St. • Arrive at Cannon Park straight ahead

From the East • Take GA-20 West
• Continue on Cumming Hwy. • Continue on E. Main St. • Continue on North St. • Arrive at Cannon Park on the Left

From the West • Take GA-20 East • Turn Left on Marietta Hwy
• Continue on Riverstone Pkwy. (GA-140) • Turn Right on Waleska St. • Continue on W. Main St. • Arrive at Cannon Park on the Left

What People Say

The City of Canton has done a remarkable job in improving Downtown Canton over the years. Every year it just gets better and better. What a beautiful place.

Andrew Byrd

Well-kept park with historic gazebo is conveniently located within walking distance to downtown restaurants and shopping

Derek Cook

Its right downtown. Old fashion town with a modern day twist.

Senia Holcomb