Do you want to reach new customers while supporting local businesses in your community?
Do you believe in the power of the arts to transform and reinvigorate neighborhoods?
Join us as festival partner and take your product or service to the next level with brand recognition, exposure and publicity.
To sponsor the festival, please contact Chuck Sabey at 708.747.0580
We want your Chicago Southland Jazz Festival experience to be memorable.
To book your tour, contact Tobie Fitzpatrick, Chicago Southland's Tour Expert. 888-895-3211 Tobie@VisitChicagoSouthland.com Be sure to ask about incentives and services.
La Banque Hotel – Homewood
Call the hotel direct at 708.798.6000.
Visit Chicago Southland Convention & Visitors Bureau website for additional area accommodations:
Please enjoy one of these recommended area restaurants.
3760 Chicago Rd., Steger, IL
Call 708 755-7200
Bistro on Sterling
1040 Sterling Ave., Flossmoor, IL
11a.m. – 10 p.m.
Call 708 975-7900
5091 Sauk Trail, Richton Park, IL
11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Call 708 748-3000
Southland Arts, Municipalities, and Business Alliance (S.A.M.B.A.) is an economic and community development organization. Its mission is to build stronger communities, neighborhoods, and economies by uniting wide-ranging cultural resources with an expanding business community to enrich the lives of the diverse population of Chicago's southern suburbs.
We believe that the South Suburbs represent the heart of Mid-America with family friendly villages, an under-recognized but strong education system, award-winning park districts with vast recreational opportunities, a vibrant arts scene, affordable housing, convenient shopping and transportation, welcoming public spaces, and perhaps most distinctively, diverse and engaged communities.
For information about S.A.M.B.A. contact Chuck Sabey at 708.747.0580 or email@example.com.
For festival marketing and publicity contact Sharon Morrissey at 708.235.2812 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The South Suburban Small Business Association (SSSBA)
"We are thrilled to be working as an organized creative force, in conjunction with the Southland Convention & Visitors Bureau and sponsors, to bring this important festival to Chicago Southland residents and tourists. I have a long-standing belief in the power of arts and business collaborations to transform communities into vibrant economic and cultural centers," says Eugene Varnado, founder and President of the South Suburban Small Business Association (SSSBA). "We are excited to see the impact of the festival on local restaurants, businesses and arts participation." SSSBA's Business/Arts Cooperative's mission to generate synergy between business and arts led to the formation of S.A.M.B.A.
Suburban Youth Symphony Orchestra