The Dubbo Jazz Festival got underway last night with more than 10 bands performing for enthusiastic audiences.
Dubbo MP Troy Grant opened the festival before local groups Chalkies Jazz and the Footwarmers showed off their skills in the Club Dubbo Jazz Basement.
Later in the evening groups like Rags N Riches, the Steve Jewell Trio and the Fedoras kept the mood going.
The Pastoral Hotel also got into the groove with the Macquarie River Mudflappers and the Double Shadows hitting the stage.
The festival kicks up a gear today with a full 12 hours of jazz at the Club Dubbo basement but there will also be plenty of entertainment at the Dubbo Golf Club, Dundullimal Homestead, Lazy River Estate and Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
It will conclude with another busy day tomorrow, including the closing act of the Festival, a performance from the Jeff Dunn Trio, which organisers promise will be a special occasion.
Dubbo Jazz Festival president Susie Gratton is predicting a great success.
“The line-up we have is fantastic. We have artists coming from far and wide for the festival and it doesn’t matter whether you are 20 or 80, there is something for everyone,” she said. For a full schedule of locations and performers, visit www.dubbojazz苏州美甲美睫培训学校.au.
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