Bobby Brown, Johnny Gill, and Ralph Tresvant of New Edition Added to Jazz in the Gardens

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Last month, Crossfade reported the massive news that Ms. Lauryn Hill would be headlining the two-day Jazz in the Gardens festival at Sun Life Stadium -- and only a few months after the former Fugees frontwoman laid down one of Miami's best concerts of 2010 as part of UM homecoming weekend.

It was initially announced that Ms. Hill would be joined by seven other superjazzy individuals at Sun Life, including Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh.

But now a couple of things have changed: (1) Rick and Doug E. have been dropped; while (2) former New Edition members Bobby Brown, Johnny Gill, and Ralph Tresvant have been added.

See the cut for an updated Jazz in the Gardens lineup.

Jazz in the Gardens 2011 Lineup

Saturday, March 19, 2011

-Ms. Lauryn Hill

-Bobby Brown, Johnny Gill, and Ralph Tresvant of New Edition

-Jazmine Sullivan

-Al Jarreau

-Charlie Wilson

-DJ Irie

Sunday, March 20, 2011

-Gladys Knight

-En Vogue

-El Debarge

-Branford Marsalis

-Lalah Hathaway

-DJ Irie

Jazz in the Gardens 2011. Saturday, March 19, and Sunday, March 20, 2011. Sun Life Stadium, 2269 Dan Marino Blvd., Miami Gardens. The show starts at 4 p.m. each day. One-day tickets cost $45 to $75, plus fees. A two-day festival pass costs $75 to $125, plus fees. Visit jazzinthegardens.com.

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