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Don't miss jazz finale

Torika Tokalau
Sunday, May 04, 2014

ORGANISERS of the International Jazz & Blues Festival are urging members of the public not to miss out on the final night of the event tonight.

The event, like the past three days, was held simultaneously at three different locations — the Holiday Inn, O'Reilly's Bar and the Royal Suva Yacht Club.

"It's been an amazing few nights and we wish we could have held it much longer but all good things must come to an end and for the 2014 International Jazz & Blues Festival, it's tonight," festival director Billy TK Jr said.

He said the response from the public was tremendous with all venues filled to their capacity as people enjoyed the music from local and international artists.

"We are glad we brought it back, it wasn't easy getting it back but to see the faces of the crowd as they enjoy the music and the artists as they do what they love to do is just worth it all."

Tonight's grand finale will be held the RSYC and O'Reilly's Bar, with performances beginning from 1:20pm to 2am Monday morning.

Performances include Black Sand Diva, Blue Veins and Juice on the Loose from New Zealand, local artists Akuila Qumi and Tom Mawi and band and Blue Mountain and Renee Geyer from Australia.








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