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Winter Park-Fraser Valley Announces 30th Winter Park Jazz Festival

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Winter Park-Fraser Valley today announced the dates for the 30th Winter Park Jazz Festival, to be held in Winter Park on July 21-22. Tickets go on sale Monday, April 9 at 10 a.m. (MT) and may be purchased by calling (888) 409-5974. General admission tickets are $40, V.I.P. cost $60 and Gold or Plaza tickets are $110.

New this year - V.I.P. and Gold ticket holders will have assigned seating. “No more rushing to grab a seat!" says Winter Park-Fraser Valley Chamber Director Catherine Ross. “It will be reserved and waiting for you."

Ross says this year's event is indicative of the quality music this summer festival has come to represent. “For three decades the Winter Park Jazz Festival has been a treasured tradition for locals and visitors alike," she says. “From the intimate venue in the heart of Winter Park to the well-known national and regional acts, the Jazz Festival is a really special celebration."

Saturday, July 21 Charlie Wilson; Summer of Soul featuring Jonathan Butler, Maysa & Warren Hill; Joe Louis Walker; Dotsero featuring special guest Mary Louise.

Sunday, July 22 David Sanborn / Brian Culbertson; Mint Condition ; Eric Darius; Hazel Miller.

The Winter Park-Fraser Valley Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit Colorado corporation created to help further and maintain responsible growth in the Winter Park-Fraser Valley area, located in the Rocky Mountains just 65 miles west of Denver. The Winter Park Fraser Valley Key Card is a free loyalty program that rewards visitors for purchases at participating businesses in Winter Park-Fraser Valley. The card, which is free to sign up for, is also the means by which visitors may redeem their rewards and promotional offerings.

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