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Discover jazz in Inverloch

Love that sound: from left, Annie Smith, Sarah Maclaine and Lynne Gough are among the ladies of the jazz to perform at Inverloch Jazz Festival over the Labour Day long weekend in March.

ALL jazz lovers in the local community are invited to enjoy some great live music at the 2019 Inverloch Jazz Festival from Friday, March 8 to Monday, March 11.

The weekend of music begins with a Gala Performance on Friday evening and concludes with a free concert in the park on Monday.

In between are two full days and nights of jazz music in three venues right in the heart of beautiful Inverloch.

The festival committee will present more than 40 bands and hundreds of artists playing all styles of jazz.

Tickets are available online and at the ticketing desk throughout the festival. Please visit the website (www.inverlochjazzfestival.com) and make sure to take advantage of the early bird offers.

For local residents and general holiday makers alike there is also a lot on offer:

  • at 10am on Saturday there is the Community Grand Parade organised by Inverloch’s vibrant Men’s Shed;
  • free music in the centre of town all weekend;
  • music in the cafes and restaurants;
  • an art show in the Inverloch Community Hub;
  • at 10am on Sunday there is the combined churches Jazz Service in the Community Hub; and
  • a free concert in The Glade on Monday between 11am and 4pm.

The Jazz Festival Committee recognises all of those who come together to make this event the success that it is each year.

Committee volunteers are out and about in numbers, local businesses provide prizes for Monday’s Giant Raffle in The Glade, the Men’s Shed members are indispensable throughout the weekend and the festival’s major sponsors are well patronised businesses in the town.

The committee also values the support of Bass Coast Shire Council, Inverloch RSL Club and the Warrawee Senior Citizens Club.

This year the festival will be contributing funds to the building of a sound shell in The Glade, a project sponsored by Inverloch Lions Club.

All in all, it is a great community event run by a great community.

The ‘ladies of jazz’ will perform at the Inverloch Jazz Festival.

Look out for Anita Harris and her ‘delightfully creamy sound’, Annie Smith who is always ‘vibrant, animated’, Lynne Gough who is ‘smooth as and cheeky’, Pippa Wilson ‘steamy and swinging into midnight’, and Sarah Maclaine with her ‘rich, velvety voice’.

ALL jazz lovers in the local community are invited to enjoy some great live music at the 2019 Inverloch Jazz Festival from Friday, March 8 to Monday, March 11.

The weekend of music begins with a Gala Performance on Friday evening and concludes with a free concert in the park on Monday.

In between are two full days and nights of jazz music in three venues right in the heart of beautiful Inverloch.

The festival committee will present more than 40 bands and hundreds of artists playing all styles of jazz.

Tickets are available online and at the ticketing desk throughout the festival. Please visit the website (www.inverlochjazzfestival.com) and make sure to take advantage of the early bird offers.

For local residents and general holiday makers alike there is also a lot on offer:

  • at 10am on Saturday there is the Community Grand Parade organised by Inverloch’s vibrant Men’s Shed;
  • free music in the centre of town all weekend;
  • music in the cafes and restaurants;
  • an art show in the Inverloch Community Hub;
  • at 10am on Sunday there is the combined churches Jazz Service in the Community Hub; and
  • a free concert in The Glade on Monday between 11am and 4pm.

The Jazz Festival Committee recognises all of those who come together to make this event the success that it is each year.

Committee volunteers are out and about in numbers, local businesses provide prizes for Monday’s Giant Raffle in The Glade, the Men’s Shed members are indispensable throughout the weekend and the festival’s major sponsors are well patronised businesses in the town.

The committee also values the support of Bass Coast Shire Council, Inverloch RSL Club and the Warrawee Senior Citizens Club.

This year the festival will be contributing funds to the building of a sound shell in The Glade, a project sponsored by Inverloch Lions Club.

All in all, it is a great community event run by a great community.

The ‘ladies of jazz’ will perform at the Inverloch Jazz Festival.

Look out for Anita Harris and her ‘delightfully creamy sound’, Annie Smith who is always ‘vibrant, animated’, Lynne Gough who is ‘smooth as and cheeky’, Pippa Wilson ‘steamy and swinging into midnight’, and Sarah Maclaine with her ‘rich, velvety voice’.

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