Marsden Jazz Festival
2019
11th-13th
October
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  • First headliners announced for 2017

    First headliners announced for 2017

    We reveal our first three headliners – and you can already book tickets!

    We’re thrilled to have a world première from Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year Arun Ghosh, international supergroup Meier-Budjana, and Rene Alvarez’s eight-piece salsa band joining us for gigs.

  • Sponsor search launched for Festival

    Sponsor search launched for Festival

    The organisers of one of the UK’s longest established jazz festivals are searching for sponsors to help fund this year’s festival.

    Marsden Jazz Festival celebrated its 25th year in 2016 and the charity is hoping the live music weekend can keep going strong for another 25 years with the support of the region’s businesses.

  • Traders: stall opportunities in The Market in the Park

    Traders: stall opportunities in The Market in the Park

    We are currently looking for professional traders who offer quality handmade or artisan products, and can bring something different to this well-established event.

    The Market in the Park is held in Marsden Park, combines live music on the band-stand with unique artisan stalls, bar and entertainment.

  • Last chance to order jazz-themed Christmas gifts

    Last chance to order jazz-themed Christmas gifts

    We’re cutting the price of our jazz festival merchandise – just in time for Christmas.

    www.marsdenjazzfestival.com/shop

    Any orders we receive before midday on Friday 16 December are guaranteed to be delivered before Christmas and you can now buy our pre-2015 t-shirts for just £4.

  • Adopt a gig at Marsden’s 2017 jazz festival

    Adopt a gig at Marsden’s 2017 jazz festival

    There’s still time to adopt a gig for yourself, a friend or a relative at Marsden Jazz Festival.

    Go to: marsdenjazzfestival.com/adopt-a-gig

    Our 2017 Adopt a Gig scheme helps support the free gigs at the festival and you can adopt one of our gigs for £50.

  • Playing the Kane Game

    Playing the Kane Game

    Double-bassist, improviser and composer, Dave Kane, has a clear vision of the higher path a serious musician must take: “You’re a searcher. You’re seeking something through creating music, by being a composer or an improviser. It’s a search for something and that search is the same as a spiritual practice: what is that thing, whatever it is you get a glimpse of, that other space where it’s very blissful? It’s there in all of us.”

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