Ealing Jazz Festival 2017 @ Walpole Park, London [from 29 to 30 July]

Ealing Jazz Festival 2017


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29 - 30
July
12:00 - 22:30

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Walpole Park
W5 5BG London, United Kingdom
Returning to London’s Walpole Park, the Ealing Jazz Festival will exhibit an exciting mix of local talent and household names in 2017.

Grammy Award-winning bandleader Kenny Garrett and his quintet top the bill along with visionary saxophonist Courtney Pine feat. London-born father of neo-soul Omar Lye-Fook and acid jazz supremos, the James Taylor Quartet. Then there are the sounds of 12-piece afrobeat, dub and jazz collective Nubiyan Twist, brooding instrumentalists Mammal Hands and gypsy jazz guitartist Remi Harris to look forward to alongside an abundance of local talent!

Advance tickets: £5 + booking fees for the day and £10 for the weekend // Tickets on the day: £7 before 3pm and £10 thereafter, or £12 for the weekend // Children aged 12 and under go free.

LINEUP:

Saturday: Courtney Pine feat. Omar // James Taylor Quartet // Nubiyan Twist // Lauren Kinsella & Kit Downes // Camo Clave // Danzon // Denver Cuss // Faith I Branko // Increase the Peace // Karena K // Kate de Freitas & The Babacools // Matuki // Simians Of Swing // The Brass Funkeys // TORUS

Sunday: Kenny Garrett Quintet // Mammal Hands // Remi Harris // Agata Kubiak // Carl Orr // Kitty Page // Leo Power // Matt Findlay Sextet // Noemi Nuti // Paul Carmichael Band // Robert Mitchell & Masumi Endo // Stefania Salvador Jazzical Quartet // Vento Em Maderia // The Jazz Cat Trio
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