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www.bristoljazzandbluesfest.com

''If you think you know jazz and blues, you’re probably wrong! If you love music, you’ll love Bristol International Jazz & Blues Festival. We’ve dipped into every genre and traversed the globe to bring you a line-up dedicated to the incredible musical legacy of jazz and blues; from swing to funk, bebop to blues, Gypsy jazz to Gospel, soul to rock ‘n roll ...' Held Mid March.

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www.jazzfestivalbude.co.uk

‘Putting a swing in the step of the town each year, this lively four day event features a great bill of both local and national jazz musicians ... Various styles of jazz feature, but traditional and New Orleans styles are especially popular. Enjoy the best live jazz in Cornwall!’ Held Late August.

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www.budleighjazzfestival.org

Weekend Festival held Late April. ALERT No Festival in 2018.

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www.burtonagnes.com/Jazz_Festival.html

‘The Festival is uniquely set in one of the UK's finest Elizabethan stately piles, our very own Burton Agnes Hall! Over twenty five bands provide a weekend of Jazz and Blues from our manicured lawns and inside our ornately carved Great Hall ... Could this be the most breathtaking place to spend a weekend, soaking up the UK's hottest jazz and blues acts? We provide music for all tastes, from those seeking an ambient accompaniment to a glass of wine in the majestic grounds; to the jazz or blues aficionado wanting to get up close to star performers.’ Held Mid July.

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www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/jazz

'Cheltenham has become one of the country’s best-loved jazz festivals. Our trade-mark mix of international jazz icons, up-and-coming new artists and unique festival performances has seen us host some of the world’s greatest musicians ... Our festival site in Montpellier Gardens at the heart of Cheltenham is the perfect place to soak up an outstanding festival atmosphere. Featuring a feast of free outdoor music, a selection of food and drink stalls, and fun family activities – it’s the only place to be over the Bank Holiday weekend.' Held Early May.

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www.dannyboyjazzandblues.com

'Has become a regular fixture of Limavady’s social calendar since 1997. As a non profit making organisation, the Festival has only been made possible by the generosity of the local community and business owners, and we’d like to say “Thank You” to each and every one of you.' Held Mid June.

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darlingtonjazzfestival.co.uk

‘The Darlington Jazz Festival, hosted by Darlington Jazz Club, began in April 2011 taking place entirely at The Forum in Darlington. Over the past 7 years, the festival began growing with events taking place across the country and involving renowned Jazz artists ... The Festival is a perfect place for Jazz fans, old and new and is always open to more and more players. For a taster of what we do, don’t miss our Darlington Jazz Club nights, hosted on Sunday nights every fortnight from 5.30pm - 8.00pm.’ Festival held Early May.

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Also indexedDarlington Jazz Club
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edinburghjazzfestival.com

‘From the Festival's commencement the artistic policy has been to concentrate on musical excellence (rather than the "star system") and to champion spontaneous creativity: music making on the spot in Edinburgh. These virtues have been developed in the 21st Century with the production of a wide range of new music, the establishment of the Edinburgh Jazz Festival Orchestra, and an on-going commitment to supporting Scottish musicians to realise creative ideas, and to link with international musicians. Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival has also grown its world outlook, presenting high quality musicians from all over the world.‘ Held Mid July.

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Also indexedEdinburgh Jazz Festival Orchestra
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efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk

Held Mid November: ‘Over the years, the Festival has made a steady transition from north London to London-wide, and from May to its present November slot, to establish today's multi-faceted 10 day event. It has grown to be not only London's largest city-wide music festival, but one of the major international jazz events. The highlights have been many - each year brings its own character and momentum, and the riches of the Festival can as easily be found in a packed club as in the concert hall.’

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www.jazzfest.co.uk

'Brings its annual supply of world-class musicians and upcoming superstars to the City's already vibrant jazz scene ... Our Community & Education Fund is an initiative that incorporates community and education concerts & workshops that educate people of all ages in jazz music, allowing them to try out new instruments and experience live jazz music.' Held in Mid June.

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www.hertsjazzfestival.co.uk

Annual Festival, first offered in 2011, runnng over an early Autumn weekend, and organized by Herts Jazz. Held Early October.

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www.butejazz.com

'Began in 1988 and has been staged annually on the First Weekend of May ever since – 2017 marked our 30th Festival ... The Festival continues to attract top class UK and international bands in mainly the Traditional New Orleans idiom. The Festival is a great supporter of young musicians who feature prominently in the annual programme.'

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jazzbytheseafestival.co.uk

‘Specially created to entertain visitors to Bournemouth and showcase local jazz musicians.’ Held Late June.

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keswickjazzandbluesfestival.co.uk

'Unlike many festivals the Keswick Jazz and Blues Festival takes place in numerous venues in and around the town for which a valid ticket gives access to them all. Pick your favourite style, entertainer or location and head over for some fun, no separate booking required, just mix and match as you see fit.' Held Mid May.

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www.kirkcudbrightjazzfestival.co.uk

'A Celebration of Trad New Orleans, Dixieland and Swing Jazz in South West Scotland.' Held Mid June.

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www.islayjazzfestival.co.uk

‘We use all sorts of venues on Islay which have masses of character, however some of their facilities are limited. Doors will open 15 minutes before the concert time - generally there is nowhere to wait apart from outside. Let's hope for good weather ...’ Held Mid September.

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www.llandudnojazzfestival.com

‘Overlooking the beautiful rolling waves of Llandudno Bay, the Llandudno Jazz Festival is the new Mecca for the “modern jazz” connoisseur, and a great weekend away for anyone that likes great music, quality food, and good fun in a gorgeous setting ... With well over 40 of the best and most celebrated jazz artists the UK has to offer you're in for a musical adventure that you won't forget, and a weekend by the sea to boot!‘ Held Late July.

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www.manchesterjazz.com

‘Unlike any other event on the jazz festival circuit, mjf offers a fascinating journey of discovery through the world of jazz today. The weird and the wonderful, the challenging and relaxing, the surprising and the familiar - mjf is a prized collection of treasures that is simply not available anywhere else.’ Held Late July.

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www.marsdenjazzfestival.com

‘Founded in 1992, Marsden Jazz Festival is one of the UK’s longest established jazz festivals. Thousands of visitors make the trip by train, bus, car or narrow boat to experience the unique atmosphere the Festival brings to Marsden every year, and more than 60 volunteers give up their time to help make the weekend a success. We are proud to showcase a wide range of jazz musicians from internationally-acclaimed artists to local school bands and rising talent.’ Held Mid October.

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www.facebook.com/whitleybayjazzfest/

Started in 1990: ‘Running from mid day on Friday until late on Sunday evening, the programme explores jazz from the first 40 years, with special jam sessions in the Victory Pub in the wee small hours! All concert themes are chosen by the musicians themselves ... The Festival showcases music that you won't hear anywhere else. Alongside regular classic jazz staples are the music and musicians seldom featured at other festivals. The concert takes place in 4* luxury, with assigned seating of 8 to a table. We rotate the tables twice a day so that nobody gets a poor view.‘ Held Early NovemberALERT Website inaccessible at Review; cited Facebook Page instead.

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Also indexedWhitley Bay Jazz Festival
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www.newportjazzweekend.co.uk

'Our aim is to promote jazz on the Isle of Wight. Members of the committee will not receive any financial reward. Inspected accounts will be available on request. The committee will cover the cost of the main venues and headline acts. This will be funded by sponsorship, ticket sales and other fund-raising activities. Any subsequent profits will go towards funding future events. We will encourage other performances during the period. However, we will not act as agents. It will be the responsibility of the performers and venues to negotiate between themselves.' Held Early June.

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www.facebook.com/omaghjazzfest/

Held Mid February at several venues in Omagh. ALERT Website Link replaced with Link to Facebook Page.

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www.rvjazzandblues.co.uk

'We are a small community-based charity, run entirely by volunteers. Our aim is to develop and promote the best in live jazz, and particularly to foster aspiring young talent. We arrange regular live jazz gigs and festivals involving leading UK jazz musicians at first-class venues mainly in Clitheroe, the heart of Ribble Valley. But we also encourage up-and-coming talent, especially among younger players by providing opportunities for playing in public and organising coaching and workshops by professional trainers and musicians.' Ribble Valley Jazz Fest held Early May.

Visits to the Website124
Also indexedRibble Valley Jazz Fest
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jazz.scarboroughspa.co.uk

Started in 2003. Held Mid September.

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www.swanagejazzfestival.co.uk

‘My name is Nigel Price and I am the incoming festival director. When I heard that the festival was to close this year [2017] I just couldn¹t stand to see such a fantastic annual event just disappear without a fight so I offered to do what I could to help it to continue. I promise you all that I will give it my best shot. I also promise to source all supporting businesses from Swanage itself where possible and, if I can¹t I will keep it as local as possible.‘ Held Mid July.

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www.sijf.co.uk

'The International Jazz Festival of Wales' Held Mid June.

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www.uptonjazz.co.uk

Annual weekend event taking place Late June. The Friends of the Upton Jazz Festival is 'Worcestershire's Premier Jazz Society for the best live jazz in the area featuring top musicians from Britain and abroad'.

Visits to the Website144
Also indexedFriends of the Upton Jazz Festival
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