11 Years Of Tradition: Earl Klugh's Weekend Of Jazz At The Broadmoor


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Colorado Springs, Colo. (January 23, 2014) – For an 11th straight season, GRAMMY-winning guitarist Earl Klugh will annually host his Weekend of Jazz at The Broadmoor featuring exceptional musicians and performances, unique culinary and wine experiences and more – all among an incredible group of Weekend of Jazz guests that return each year.

This April 3-5, join Earl Klugh and The Broadmoor for talent from an amazing group of Grammy-nominated musicians: contemporary jazz saxophonist Dave Koz; jazz singer and composer Gregory Porter; jazz pianist and composer David Benoit; soul, jazz & gospel singer/pianist Oleta Adams; and a ‘Night of Guitars’ featuring your Grammy-winning host Earl Klugh, jazz guitarist, composer and producer Chuck Loeb with R&B, jazz and gospel guitarist Jonathan Butler; and more!


Standard Accommodations for Friday and Saturday nights
Tickets to Friday and Saturday night performances
Admission to VIP Artist Experience
Priority sign-up for classes and activities
15% discount on select retail
Complimentary spa travel gift with purchase of $100 in spa services (limit of one per person)
40% discount on Suite upgrade …and more!

Two-Night Package prices start at $463 per person for two nights, based on double occupancy. Limited availability. Not applicable to groups. Rate does not include taxes, service fees or parking.

Three night packages for Thursday through Saturday nights are currently sold-out and available on a wait-list basis by calling The Broadmoor at 800.634.7711. This event sells out every year and has limited availability so don’t miss this opportunity. To place your weekend reservation, please call The Broadmoor at 800.634.7711 or visit Broadmoor.com. For more information and all of the latest details on entertainment, visit WeekendofJazz.com

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