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Eleuthera All That Jazz Festival: April 10 – 14
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Mar 8, 2019 - 9:35:13 AM

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Governor’s Harbour, Eleuthera, The Bahamas

An amazing 5 days of some of the best jazz music anywhere! From April 10th–14th, 2019 on the beautiful family island of Eleuthera in The Bahamas, a mix of local Bahamian and international musicians will come together and perform music at venues around the island, usually with the turquoise sea and white sand as a back drop. The Festival aids The Haynes Library and scholarship fund in Governor’s Harbour, Eleuthera. There is a strong educational element for the children of Eleuthera, many of whom have little or no music in the school curriculum.

Schedule of Events:

• Wednesday April 10th: Jazz on the Other Side
3:30pm-7pm / $100 – All inclusive of food and drink
An amazing way to open the festival! This exclusive location, not normally open to the public, right on the beach, opposite Harbour Island. Boats will be running from the Government Dock every 15 minutes from 2:45pm–3:30pm and back from 6:30pm–7:15pm. Tickets available at: Buccaneer Gift Shop, Governor’s Harbour; Island Made Gift Shop, Gregory Town; The Princess Street Gallery, Harbour Island.

• Thursday April 11th: Jazz Vespers, St. Patrick’s Church
Governor’s Harbour: 5:15pm / 1648 French Leave: 7:30pm / $20 cover pp
Reservations: tel.1-242-332-3777/3778.

• Friday April 12th: Jammin’ at the Fish Fry
No entrance fee and open to the public.

• Saturday April 13th: Meet the Instrument
10am–12 pm
Educational event for local children at the Haynes Library. Visitors welcome.

• Saturday April 13th: Levy Concert, Leon Levy Preserve, Banks Rd.
Reception: 6:15pm / Concert 7:15pm / $80 advanced / $100 at the door
Tickets include food and drink at the reception.

• Sunday April 14th: TipTop Lunchtime Concert, Cotton Bay
$160 advanced / $175 at the door
Hosted by Mr and Mrs William Douglass, this beautiful private house was originally the home of Juan Tripp. Stunning views out to across the Atlantic and along the coast from its high vantage point.

Tickets available for Saturday and Sunday at Buccaneer Gift Shop Governor's Harbour and Eventbrite.

For more information: eleutheraallthatjazz@gmail.com.

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