Mostly Jazz Festival

Mostly Jazz Festival Moseley Park
Saturday 3 July 2010

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Saturday 3 July 2010 Sunday 4 July 2010

Moseley Park

Birmingham B138DD
United Kingdom
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Mostly Jazz Festival is the UK’s newest festival dedicated to contemporary jazz, funk and soul.

Celebrating the dynamic grooves, innovation and excitement of the modern jazz movement, Mostly Jazz is about showcasing the diversity of contemporary jazz in all it’s forms. From avant-garde, free and modern jazz through to vocal, song based jazz, jazz-fusion and future jazz it’s also about considering jazz’s influence and relationship to other black music art-forms such as latin music, funk and soul.
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  • paulelvins

    Awesome weekend... looking forward to next year!

    19 Jul 2010 Reply
  • antiphon

    43% compatibility my arse! 100% more like!

    9 Jul 2010 Reply
  • ktceee

    What an amazing weekend. Highlights for me were Quantic and his Barbaro Combo, Cymande II & the Portico Quartet.

    5 Jul 2010 Reply
  • m4rk0x

    yeeah it should be a lovely sunny weekend, chillin with a beer n a fag to some jazz - looking forward to it

    1 Jun 2010 Reply
  • ktceee

    Yes please, a good day please.

    28 May 2010 Reply
  • BlackMaybe84

    I'm glad I found out about this when I did. I'll defo be there. I second that Pete hopefully the weather will be good - even though I do love the rain :P but it is summer so...

    27 May 2010 Reply
  • PeteB123

    This is going to be mint - can we all pray for good weather, please?! :D

    18 May 2010 Reply

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