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Thousands of people are converging on the Crescent City this week for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.This is the first jazz fest since New Orleans musical legend Fats Domino died in October. Domino is also featured on this year's festival poster.A featured performer of the festival's first weekend is artist Sona Jobarteh, whose music reverberates with the sounds of her native Gambia.On Saturday, Rod Stewart closes the Acura Stage, Jack Johnson closes the Gentilly Stage and Khalid closes the Congo Square Stage.
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