Top acts set for Noosa Jazz Festival on September 3-6

WHAT better way to spend the first week of spring than relaxing with good friends and great music at the Noosa Jazz Festival.

Join the cream of Australia's musical talent who will perform in the Festival Village over the four-day event and enjoy more than 45 performances across multiple stages with a schedule that's already packed with some of the greatest names in jazz as well as some amazing new talent for you to discover.

Returning to the Festival Village main stage is Emma Pask who will be joined over the weekend by other great acts including: Wendy Matthews, Darren Percival, Colleen Hewett, Todd Hardy and Anita Spring, The Lachy Doley Group, Jan Preston and Clayton Doley.

Taking on the laid-back lifestyle of the Noosa region, the Festival Village embraces a picnic theme providing patrons with a stylish alfresco experience.

Patrons can also dine in the middle of Hastings St at the exclusive lunch event "Tastings on Hastings" or treat yourself to the Legends Lunch Series which offers the chance to enjoy a delicious two-course meal whilst listening to some of the festival's musical legends!

Cruise along the Noosa River while you listen to the festival's performers on the popular Jazz River Cruises, grab a session at the Masterclass tent, treat yourself to delicious food and wine from the festival's food stalls and bars, or shop for treasures at the jazz market stalls.

The Noosa Jazz Festival runs from Thursday, September 3 to Sunday, September 6, with tickets starting from $30 for a single day or from as little as only $99 for the whole four days. VIP upgrades, group discounts and "stay and play" packages are also available.


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