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Festival International de Jazz de Montreal!

35th Edition

June 26 — July 6, 2014

Here is a chance to WIN a TRIP for 2 for a weekend at the Montreal Jazz Festival!

The Montreal International Jazz Festival is the largest in North America, and is unparalleled in the world in terms of its musical scope and diversity. Plus, the city of Montreal is renowned for its wonderful food, shopping, art, architecture and much more! From the free shows on stages located on the streets around Place des Arts to gala concerts in plush concert halls, it’s an opportunity to immerse yourself in music.

3000 musicians, 500 events, 12 concert halls, 10 days of great music!

Some of the artists scheduled to appear in this year's 35th edition include Diane Ross • Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite • Kenny Garrett Quintet • The Mike Stern / Bill Evans Band Featuring Tom Kennedy and Steve Smith • Ambrose Akinmusire • Dianne Reeves • Bobby McFerrin • Rufus Wainwright solo • Brad Mehldau solo • Newport Jazz Festival Now 60 with Randy Brecker, Anat Cohen, Larry Grenadier, Karrin Allyson, Mark Whitfield, Clarence Penn and Peter Martin … many more.

Winner to be drawn on May 31, 2014

ENTER CONTEST HERE

The trip includes:

  • Two round-trip flights from the U.S., for either festival weekends between June 26th and July 6th.
  • Three pairs of tickets for selected concerts at the festival.
  • Two nights luxury hotel accommodation at the Hyatt Regency Montreal right on the Festival's site.
  • Two official Festival T-shirts and programs.
  • Two meals in selected restaurants on the Festival's site.

The total package is valued at over $4,000. It’s an experience not to be missed!

For lineup information as it becomes available, go to montrealjazzfest.com.

 

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