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Telluride Jazz Celebration in Colorado's Majestic San Juan Mountains Returns to Traditional Summer Dates for 34th Edition (August 6-8, 2010)

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Dates for the 34th Annual Telluride Jazz Celebration (TJC), scheduled for August 6-8, 2010, were announced today by festival director Paul Machado and mark a return to the event's traditional summer time slot after taking place for the past two years in early June.

“We're in the final stages of finalizing the 2010 line-up which will feature a full slate of Friday events in addition to music all day Saturday and Sunday and reinforce our long- standing commitment to nurturing the roots of the classic Jazz, Latin and African traditions," Machado said.

“In addition we're excited to announce that Core Power Yoga has joined us this year as a new Presenting Sponsor," Machado added. “Each morning during the festival weekend, Core Power Yoga staff will offer free introductory and advanced level yoga classes to TJC ticket holders in Telluride's Town Park."

Since 1977 Telluride's spectacular location high in the majestic San Juan Mountains in Southwestern Colorado has been the site of an annual cultural event produced by the Telluride Society for Jazz combining the finest of nature and art that ranks among the world's most memorable music festivals.

The event's intimate format of presenting performances on outdoor stages during the day with theater and club shows at night combined with abundant opportunities to enjoy spectacular alpine recreational activities complement the superb concerts produced by the TJC.

Discounted “Early Bird" tickets are available online now at telluridejazz.org. As a special promotion during the upcoming holiday season the TJC is waiving the online handling fee through December 31, 2009. Enter code HF2010 at checkout. Discounted “Early Bird" tickets will be available through February 28, 2010.

This story appears courtesy of MFA - Mitchell Feldman Associates.
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