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Ninth Blues and Jazz Festival is June 2 to 5

ORANGEVILLE - The annual Blues and Jazz Festival begins here on June 2 and offers a variety of events for visitors.

The gala opening is June 2.  On June 3 it is Blues, Jazz, and classic cars.

June 4 offers music, motorcycles and Downchild Blues Band.

On the Sunday, there is a closing party at TJ’s Hangar Sports Grill with Jerome Godboo.

The Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival has established a reputation as “the place to be in the first weekend in June” and was recently recognized as one of Ontario’s Top 100 Festivals by Festivals and Events Ontario.

In 2010, the festival attracted over 30,000 visitors to The Hills of Headwaters region. In 2011 it will offer an expanded program.

Visit the Festival website at www.objf.org.

This year there are two contests for prizes.

Win a seven-night and eight-day Caribbean Cruise from Celebrity Cruise Lines – including return airfare from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. That prize is valued at $4,000 and tickets are $10 each, or $25 for three.

The winning ticket will be drawn at 3pm on June 5 at the Main Stage at Alexandra Park.

This year’s gala will feature Ryan Grist, Leisa Way, Danny Marks and others.

Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 1-888-792-5837 toll free.

Tickets can also be purchased at the door - if available, for $35.

The official opening ceremony starts at 10am.

 

May 27, 2011

 
 

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