Arturo Sandoval at the Suncadia Jazz Festival


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Saturday, August 2nd, 2008
Suncadia Jazz Festival
Featuring Arturo Sandoval
with special guests Cambalache, Darren Motamedy and Michael Powers
$20 ADV / $25 DOS
Doors @ 2pm | Music begins @ 2:30pm

Suncadia Resort
Cle Elum, WA
Concert Location: Coal Mine Way Park within Suncadia

The Suncadia Arts Council is proud to present the first annual Suncadia Jazz Festival featuring jazz trumpet player and Latin Grammy Winner Arturo Sandoval. The festival lineup also includes Northwest jazz guitarist and composer Michael Powers, Northwest salsa favorite Cambalache, and smooth jazz saxophonist Darren Motamedy.

Concert Line Up (Doors @ 12 noon)
2:30pm Michael Powers
4:00pm Cambalache
5:30pm Darren Motamedy
7:00pm Arturo Sandoval

Lineup/set times subject to change

Special Offer for Concert Goers: $25 dining credit when you stay at Suncadia

Enjoy the concert, and then stay with us! Reserve a guest room at our best available rate and receive a $25 dining credit at any dining outlet at the resort.** Make it a special occasion and leave the rest up to us. Enjoy entertainment amongst breathtaking views in the mountains, relax in luxury and savor local, organic & innovative cuisine all in one trip to Suncadia.

To book this special online offer, enter exclusive Promotion Code: CONCERT

Offer valid through August 23, 2008. Subject to availability. Dining credit has no cash value. Not valid with any other offers.

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