San Diego Jazz Fest Features Traditional Jazz, Swing, Boogie Woogie, Rockabilly, Gospel, and Ragtime

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San Diego, California, For Immedite Release - The San Diego Jazz Fest takes place November 26-November 30 and will feature over thirty bands and guest artists from across the U.S. playing for dancing and listening in seven venues.

 

The event takes place at the Town and Country Resort, 500 Hotel Circle N., San Diego. Food, beverages and special festival room rates are available at the Resort.
 
Some performing bands and artists include: High Sierra Jazz Band (Three Rivers, CA); Red Skunk Jazz Band (Los Gatos, CA);  Yerba Buena Stompers (San Francisco); Cornet Chop Suey (St. Louis); Carl Sonny Leyland (New Cuyama, CA); Jim Buchmann (Portland, OR).

Also scheduled to perform are Dave Bennett Quartet (Detroit); Grand Dominion Jazz Band (Camano Island, WA); Reynolds Brothers (Santa Ana, CA); Stephanie Trick (St. Louis); Paolo Alderighi (Milan, Italy);

From the Southern California area Katie Cavera (Los Angeles) and from the local San Diego Jazz scene, Euphoria Brass Band; High Society Jazz Band; Dixie Express; Sue Palmer; High Society Jazz Band; 2toGroove SwingFX.
 
There will be a special Swing Extravaganza on Saturday night from 6pm to Midnight.

Over twenty special features include tributes to Louis Armstrong and Irving Berlin; solo piano performances; "Battle of the Bands;" New Orleans style "Second Line" parades; Sunday morning "Hymn-a-Long," jam sessions, dance classes, and more.

Admission: $105 (5-day), $100 (4-day) and $95 (3-day) may be purchased in advance www.SDjazzfest.org or at the door.   Daily admission & hours: Wednesday 7-11pm, $15 (two bands), Thursday 6-11pm, $20 (five bands), Friday or Saturday 9am-11pm, $45, Sunday 8am-6pm, $25 (all bands play Friday and Saturday). Children 12 and under with an adult and active duty military admitted free, other discounts available for patrons under thirty.

Full Event Information:www.sdjazzfest.org/index.php?id=festival

 

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