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Images: Jazz Fest Kicks Off in the Park

Images: Jazz Fest Kicks Off in the Park

Text and images by Lyndon Hood


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The first in a series of free outdoor concert brought the groove to Wellington's Midland Park this lunchtime. Tonight the tenth Wellington International Jazz Festival begins in earnest, the start of more than a week of jazz performances by local and international artists at Happy, the Frontroom and other venues around town.

The lunchtime concert series runs at Midland Park every day at 12:30 until 10 November.


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More information and programme details:
http://www.jazzfestival.co.nz
http://www.jazzfestival.co.nz/calendar/
http://www.jazzfestival.co.nz/free-lunchtime-events/
http://www.jazzfestival.co.nz/jazz-in-the-park/

Festival Press Release:
Jazz explosion in Festival form

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