Bobby Shew & Rich Wetzel at Tacoma Jazz Music Festival - May 23rd & May 24th


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Special guest star, legendary international trumpet artist, Bobby Shew.

It's coming up, May 23rd and 24th, Memorial Day Weekend. Friday night is jazz in participating night clubs, and Saturday is the main event where one ticket, $20, gets you into all events, five stages, over 32 bands, about a dozen clinicians, master classes, music vendors, beer gardens, as well as a family event. Students, players, and fans alike will see and hear a lot of great stuff, you will not want to miss this.

Legendary international jazz trumpet recording artist, Bobby Shew will be doing a clinic, in addition to the other clinicians, as well as be the featured closer for the festival on Saturday night. Where else can you get this much value and this much jazz with top jazz artists from all over the Puget Sound? All for only $20 plus a small $4 handling charge where applicable. Your ticket for Saturday is also good for discounts on Friday night at participating night clubs, and on Saturday you will exchange it for a wrist band that gets you into all events, all day long. The line up includes some of your favorite musicians and bands.

Check it out and buy your tickets now! Tell your friends, see you at the festival.

Details are at: http://www.TacomaJazzFestival.com

Tickets on sale right now, go to the website, www.TacomaJazzFestival.com to order online right now, or call The Broadway Center ( Tacoma ) Ticket Office at (253) 591- 5894. Tickets are going fast, so if you want to go, get on it now.

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