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Gig & Concert News - Wellington Jazz Festival - 3 Weeks To Go

Wellington Jazz Festival - 3 Weeks To Go

27 September 2022 - 0 Comments

There's only three weeks to go until the 2022 Wellington Jazz Festival sweeps through the capital with a global playlist to get you grooving.

There are limited tickets remaining for our international headliners Grammy-Award winning Lalah Hathaway and MonoNeon, and Grammy-nominated Melissa Aldana. So get in quick before they're gone! Also make sure to check out all the wonderful new compositions at Sunday Mixtape featuring Seth Boy, Sally Gates and Olivier Holland, and new music from the incredibly soulful Louis Baker. Not to mention that big band sound from the one and only Rodger Fox.

To help amplify your entire Labour weekend, wade through the full Festival playlist of more than 100 gigs.

Remember that you can shortlist events on their website to save them for later or add them to your calendar. Happy planning!


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