Litchfield Jazz Festival Ticket Giveaway
Win a Four-Pack of Tickets to the Legendary Music Festival
HARTFORD, Connecticut (July 14, 2011) – Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network (CPBN) is announcing a special ticket giveaway to this year’s Litchfield Jazz Festival held August 5-7 in Kent, Connecticut. Attracting thousands to the area, the event features performances from music’s greats including Trombone Shorty, NEA Jazz Masters and many more.
In conjunction with the festival, CPBN is giving away 20 four-packs of tickets to the 2011 Litchfield Jazz Festival for Sunday, August 7, 2011. The tickets are located in the Spring Center’s Section 4 with a perfect view of the Main Stage.
With great performances, art, local food, and crafts, it’s the perfect midsummer event for the whole family. Don’t miss the chance to win! For contest details and an entry form, visit cpbn.org, keyword: contest.
Originally started in 1996 as a small gathering, the Litchfield Jazz Festival has grown tenfold. Having partnered with a myriad of artists in the past, the festival’s reputation reaches far and wide. Attracting performers like Diana Krall, Paul Keller, and J.J. Johnson, the festival now spans three days and includes a thriving summer camp for aspiring young musicians.
This year’s festival offers an impressive and widely diverse lineup. The festival’s schedule is as follows:
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