Saturday, July 17, 2010

Jazz Festival

The music runs from 7 to 11pm on Friday, 11am to 11pm on Saturdays and Sundays. There are also various free events: the very popular brass band parade on Saturday morning, a church service of gospel music, and several free pub venues offering traditional and modern jazz at lunchtime and in the evenings.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad its over bunch pompous people who look down their noses at the rest.

Bring on the Blues and folk now they are decent down to earth people.

Anonymous said...

What???

Anonymous said...

Ok nice and slow! I am glad the Jazz festival is OVER, these people are a bunch of pompous a$$es, they look down on others as tho they are sub normal they lack basic manners, as in please and thankyou.

The blues and folk fest are different, those people are easy going pleasant and fun and appreciate Swanage. ergo they are liked better.

"Simples"

Anonymous said...

Jazz folk v Blues folk?

I think there's room for both and the differences are all part of the cultures.

David Furmage said...

Ok how about a classic rock festival or something along those lines?

All music is good , thou I have to say. Where is jazz going ? , no vocals it sounded all the same to me.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed the Jazz festival as I have enjoyed the folk festival. Maybe the moaner who thinks people are 'pompous' causes them to react that way to his 'cheerful' attitude. Stay at home and 'blog', and leave others to enjoy things.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed the Jazz festival as I have enjoyed the folk festival. Maybe the moaner who thinks people are 'pompous' causes them to react that way to his 'cheerful' attitude. Stay at home and 'blog', and leave others to enjoy things

It's not just my opion its lots of peoples. a certain establishment put on a BBQ on sunday and sold zilch zero nowt! all while the beloved jazz people sipped their OJ and soda waters. long live the spending power of the Jazz!

Anonymous said...

Sorry a 'certain establishment' lost money, but perhaps next year it will do its homework so as to provide something these visitors will want' Pimms and strawberries, perhaps?

The mistake belongs to the 'certain establishment', not our visitors. Be grateful they come to Swanage because there's little else to bring money into town, than tourism.