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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Trent Jordan’s Vancouver Offers Live Jazz for Free

This is a sponsored guest post written by Trent Jordan Vancouver on behalf of Trent Jordan Vancouver. Post powered by Sponzai.

The annual Vancouver International Jazz Festival brings the top jazz musicians from all over the world to play in 40 venues all across Vancouver. There are over 400 shows, and many of them have no price for admission. In Trent Jordan’s Vancouver guidelines, he recommends several places where you can enjoy the music for free. There is a place for you whether you want a picnic lunch in the sunshine or an evening clubbing.

Granville Island is full of places where jazz can be enjoyed. Performance Works and Market Stage are the best, but Don Gasford Park, Railspur Alley and the Granville Island Brewery Taproom also offer fantastic shows.

Another place in Trent Jordan’s Vancouver to enjoy the summer jazz festival is Gastown. Gastown is a great place for shops and restaurants, and the two-day New Orleans-style Gastown Jazz offers continuous music for your enjoyment.

For true jazz aficionados, the Roundhouse Mews and the David Lam Park outdoor stage are the place to be. Not only will you enjoy an eclectic collection of the world’s top jazz music, but there are also studio workshops and amazing improvisation.

The Capilano Suspension Bridge is an event in itself, but Trent Jordan’s Vancouver is nothing if not innovative, and the outdoor concert series at the bridge is a double attraction. Jazz on the wild side is not to be missed.

The Vancouver International Jazz Festival is part of the Costal Jazz and Blues Society’s focus to make Vancouver a centre for the exchange of music and ideas that includes local, national and international musicians and music lovers. Dedicated to strengthening the arts community in Vancouver they offer programs all year-round. They also offer educational and outreach initiatives to support and encourage young artists. Trent Jordan’s Vancouver welcomes visitors and residents alike to enjoy the awesome atmosphere of Vancouver’s Summer Festivals.

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