UNESCO International Jazz Day headlined again by Herbie Hancock

UNESCO International Jazz Day is celebrated every year with a week of jazz events world-wide, culminating in a star-studded Jazz concert on April 30th, 2015 in the city chosen that year. This year the Concert comes to us from Paris, France headlined again by the UNESCO Goodwill Jazz Ambassador, the great Herbie Hancock.

Barbadians  may not be able to go to Paris, but once again the Barbados Jazz Society has organized a great week of activities, ending with a classic Jazz Ball on May 1st at the Sea Rocks Dome.  See below for the events and the flyer for the Ball.

Barbadians may not be able to go to Paris, but once again the Barbados Jazz Society has organized a great week of activities, ending with a classic Jazz Ball on May 1st at the Sea Rocks Dome. See below for the events and the flyer for the Ball.

Sunday 26th April: Church Service with a jazz theme at Christ the King Church, Rock Dundo, (8-10am). All welcome
Sunday evening: Oceans 2 Hotel, live jazz with NJ30: 7-9:30 pm
Monday 27th April: Mr. Vic’s Bar in Holetown, St. James: 7:30-9:30
Tuesday 28th April: Lobster Alive, dinner and live jazz on Bay Street, Bridgetown: 7-9 p.m.
Wed 29th April: Lime at Scoopies Jazz Bar, St. Lawrence Gap:8 p.m. Thursday April 30th:Ocean 15, St. Lawrence Gap, Live Jazz with Braddie’s Trio:8-10p.m.

Friday 1st May: An elegant evening of dinner and dancing
Sea Rocks Dome@Barbados Beach Club, Maxwell,
Music..for Swing! Stefan Walcott & the 1688 orchestra.
Admission $125.00 Tickets at TicketPal

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