Regina Jazzfest 2014 runs June 10-15 in Regina. In addition to free daytime concerts by local acts in the vicinity of City Square Plaza and Victoria Park there are also the following ticketed events. And more information can be found by visiting the Regina Jazz Society website.
Tuesday June 10: David Braid (solo piano) at Darke Hall, doors at 6:30 p.m. $30 adults, $20 Students, Kids $14 and under $10.
Thursday June 12: Belle Plaine & Her Seven Piece Band at Bushwakker, 7 p.m. $15.
Friday June 13: Jeffery Straker at Ramada Plaza, doors at 6:30 p.m. $25 adults, $20 Students, Kids 14 and under $10.
Saturday June 14: Alexander Brown Quintet at Ramada Plaza, doors at 6:30 p.m. $30 adults, $25 Students, Kids 14 and under $10.
Sunday June 15: Father’s Day Brunch with the Brandi Disterheft Trio at Ramada Hotel, doors at 9:30 a.m. $40, $35 Seniors & Students, Kids 14 and under $25. 306-347-2224.
Spring Free From Racism with Lorraine Klassen performing a tribute to Nelson Mandela at City Square Plaza, 1 p.m. Free.
Salsa Party with Iroko Project and Andino Suns at Ramada Plaza, doors at 6:30 p.m. Adults $20, Students $15, Youth 14 and under $10.
To close, here’s video from 2013 of Brandi Disterheft (on upright bass) and a group of musicians performing “Live Compared To What” at Lincoln Center in New York:
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