Organizers for the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival have announced that the gathering will return to the Big Easy next year for another eight days of music over two weekends, continuing this year’s expansion from the usual seven days.

The legendary NOLA event wrapped up its celebration of 50 years this past weekend, capping off eight days of music that featured headliners like Dave Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, Santana, Katy Perry, Van Morrison and Chris Stapleton, among a massive number of international, national and local artists.

Jazz Fest 2020, the 51st iteration of the event, is set for April 23–26 and April 30–May 3. Keep up with all Jazz Fest information at the festival’s website.

Check out our photo galleries from both weekends of Jazz Fest 2019 here(weekend one) and here(weekend two).