Love Jazz? Don’t Miss This Year’s Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival In Kangaroo Point

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Whether you love a capella music, a budding jazz singer, or simply enjoy listening to powerful vocals, the Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival in Kangaroo Point is not one to miss. Here’s what to look forward to in this upcoming four-day festival!


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Jazz Singer’s Jam Nights

August 4

The festival will kick off with the 21st Anniversary of the JAZZ SINGERS JAM NIGHT, from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. with performances from Tom  pegler, Jessica Spina, Stu Fisher,  Liam Keates-Ryley, Robyn Brown, June Garber, and many more.

Kings and Queens of Jazz

August 5

Back by popular demand, following on from their sell-out previous Kings and Queens of Jazz concerts, this year in 2022, the club pays homage to some more of these greats with the help of a number of local artists and a brilliant rhythm section.

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Dorian Mode Organ Trio’s Grooy Gravy

August 6

A winner of three ABC music Awards, Dorian Mode will be back this year to present ‘Groovy Gravy,’ a mixture of funky originals and hard swinging standards.

Gregg Arthur’s Jazz & Cocktails

August 6

Sydney’s Gregg Arthur is all set for his delectable show  featuring songs from his latest acclaimed ABC Music CD release “Jazz and Cocktails.”

Nicki Parrott’s Trio

August 7

Celebrated as an instrumentalist and a vocalist, Australian artist Nicki Parrott has earned acclaim as one of the most engaging talents who became a first-call bassist for many mainstream jazz players in New York, as well headlining as a vocalist at jazz venues and festivals worldwide

About the Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival

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Launched in 2016, The Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival was created due to the popularity of the club’s Jazz Singers’ Jazz Night, which demanded a more visible platform with a wider audience.

Artistic director Ingrid James initiated it with a team of jazz-loving volunteers.

In 2022, Brisbane Jazz Club celebrates its 7th anniversary, reaching beyond the jazz community to both mainstream and specialist audiences.

For tickets and more details about the festival, visit the Brisbane Jazz Club’s website or follow the event page on Facebook.