Annual jazz event trumpets in today

June 27, 2013 by  

With four venues (three for dancing and one for listening) that will feature some top bands and an extremely large dance floor, the 23rd Annual America’s Classic Jazz Festival gets underway today and should offer provide plenty of fun and entertainment for all.

This year’s festival features a large number of bands and some great entertainment. Banner printing, flyer printing, poster printing, and additional printing services may have been used to inform the people in this community and the surrounding regions about this year’s entertainment lineup and happenings.

Some of the bands and acts featured at this festival including Trailer Trash, Grand Dominion, High Sierra, Wally’s Warehouse Waifs, and Wolverines. This year’s event takes place across a range of locations, so it is worth checking the online schedule.

Special rates have been organized at nearby accommodations, and there is shuttle services provided to and from the event. There is on-site parking for RVs, and a special parasol parade is planned. The event goes on for four days and will bring a new level of entertainment and fun to all who attend. A downloadable brochure of the itinerary is available online.

The festival will be held from today, June 27, until Sunday, June 30, at the St. Martins University Campus, Marcus Pavilion, located at 5300 Pacific Avenue SE in Lacey, Washington, 15 minutes down the road from Olympia. To learn more about the schedule or the ticket costs, please visit the festival’s website or call 360-956-7132.