The TD Toronto Jazz Festival has announced the lineup of its 35th edition, returning with 10 days of free outdoor concerts featuring more than 75 musical acts. This year’s festival features international performers including Smokey Robinson, Gregory Porter, GoGo Penguin, Amber Mark and Kamaal Williams. The other headlining acts are Michael Kaeshammer, TOBi, DijahSB, Savannah Ré, the Cory Henry Trio and the New Power Generation performing the music of Prince. As always, there’s a wide variety of Canadian acts in the lineup. That includes veteran talents such as the Bernie Senensky Quintet, Emilie-Claire Barlow, the Roberto Occhipinti Trio, and the Hilario Durán Big Band. It also features more newly established acts such as Sammy Jackson, the Jocelyn Gould Quartet, Jesse Ryan, Joanna Majoko and Erez Zobary. You can also catch performances by favourites including Barbra Lica, Amanda Tosoff with Emilie-Claire Barlow, Ernesto Cervini’s Tetrahedron, Kellylee Evans, ES:MO (the newly formed duo of Elizabeth Shepherd and Michael Occhipinti), the Carn Davidson 9, the Alexis Baro Quintet, Joy Lapps and Larnell Lewis, and Heillig Manoeuvre. See the full lineup below. “TD Toronto Jazz Fest remains committed to legendary and influential jazz and R&B greats … while also reflecting on the evolution of jazz and setting its sights on a more expansive audience range with a number of buzz-worthy hip-hop and R&B acts,” the festival announced. “The future of the festival is dedicated to continuing to represent the many genres and communities that make Toronto an eclectic music city, and providing hundreds of Canadian musicians a platform to showcase their work.” Kicking off the 10-day festival, the corner of Bloor Street and Avenue Road will shut down for performances on the Queen’s Park North TD Main Stage. Find more information at torontojazz.com.