Philly Freestyle Fever: Jae Mazor Headlines Craft Hall Concert with Local Legends

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Prepare for a night of pure freestyle nostalgia when international recording artist Jae Mazor takes the stage at Craft Hall Philadelphia on May 17th. This long-awaited homecoming concert will celebrate Philly's connection to freestyle music, featuring a lineup of local legends who helped define the genre.

Jae Mazor Headlines Craft Hall Concert with Local Legends
Jae Mazor Headlines Craft Hall Concert with Local Legends

Joining Jae Mazor are Philly's own Denine, the iconic voice behind hits like "Then Came You," along with the dynamic Peter Fontaine, known for "The Way She Looks at Me" and "Just Like the Wind." Rising star Jesse B, former lead singer of Legacy, rounds out the bill with his signature smooth vocals and infectious energy.

Doors open at 7 p.m., and the music kicks off at 9 p.m. DJ Slice keeps the party going throughout the night, and DJ Spinatra spins the hottest freestyle tracks between sets.

Tickets are $35 online ( or $40 at the door on the concert day.

Don't miss this chance to relive the golden era of freestyle! Craft Hall, home to Mainstay Independent Brewing Company, is the perfect spot to grab a locally crafted beer and dance the night away.

Artist Spotlights

Include the artist bios as written, with the following added emphasis on their Philly connections where applicable:

  • Denine: Highlight her South Philly roots and early success in the freestyle scene.
  • Peter Fontaine: While born in Spanish Harlem, you might mention if he has any specific Philly connection or performed extensively in the city.
  • Jesse B: Emphasize his solo career and continued dedication to the freestyle sound.
  • Jae Mazor: Underscore his return to Philadelphia for this special concert.