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7 Apr 2010
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Burlington Summer Jazz Festival Announced

The line up for this year's annual Burlington Discover Jazz Festival has been announced and ticket sales are available at the Flynn Center ticket website. This year's jazz performances start June 4 and go through June 13.

Now in its 27th year, the Discover Jazz Festival has been called "One of the top ten festivals in the world!" by the The Music Festival Guide (Chicago Review Press, Inc.), named an "Editor’s Pick — Local Secret, Big Find" by Travelocity and IgoUgo, and described as “laid back and hospitable: with its brewpubs, boating, biking and big Green Mountains adding a nice edge to the scene,”
according to DownBeat Magazine. New England Jazz News simply summed it up as “This is the way a Festival should be run…”

It's a good idea to order tickets well in advance because this is a very popular event.

Jeff Connor, Grunberg Haus
posted by  grunhaus at  20:06