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The 7th annual jazz festival hosted by Jazz Re:Freshed returns to Brighton Dome on Saturday 27th July.

 

JAZZ RE:FEST is a family-friendly, annual one-day festival, produced by music and arts organisation Jazz re:freshed, celebrating jazz and jazz-inspired music and culture.

After a fantastic festival in 2018 and now in its seventh year, JAZZ RE:FEST returns to Brighton with over 50 DJs and musicians to showcase the incredibly diverse, colourful, expressive and creative world of jazz music and alternative culture.

 

Jazz re:freshed’s mission is to globally elevate, amplify and spotlight the breadth of expression in UK Jazz, while breaking down the boundaries to access the music as a listener.  Synonymous with supporting the launch of Ashley Henry and Nubya Garcia’s recording careers, tastemakers, Jazz re:freshed have achieve their aims by supporting, developing and promoting emerging artists and bands across multiple platforms including a weekly live residency, annual one day festival, record label, band development programs, international showcasing and multiple partnerships.

JAZZ RE:FEST gives a platform to some of the dopest live music around, especially showcasing emerging and underexposed talent – this year will be no exception, with a mammoth line-up including: Theon Cross // Zara McFarlane // Rosie Turton // Kevin Haynes Grupo Elegua // Sarah Tandy // Werkha // Camilla George.

In addition to the live bands, there will be a selection of exquisite DJs, playing music that connects the dots between jazz and other genres. Already announced are: Steve Austin // Mikey Futuristic // Kate Magic // Busyfingers // Chanty74 // Mickey Duke (1BTN) // Tony Supreme.

After Parties

The fun doesn’t stop there as Jazz re:freshed have two mega after parties to keep you going all weekend…

Sat 27 Jul, 8pm – 4am
At Merkaba (MyBrighton Hotel)

Sun 28 Jul, 12pm – 6pm
At Fortune of War (156 Kings Road Arches)
Jazz re:freshed DJs & friends

Source: https://brightondome.org/event/23407/jazz_refest/

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