Cheltenham Jazz Festival
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Cheltenham Jazz Festival, in association with BBC Radio 2, is regarded as one of the major occasions in the European jazz calendar.
Across five days, it presents an eclectic mix of jazz legends, cutting-edge music from around the globe, jazz / hip hop crossover and the best British rising stars.
Previous star names include: Herbie Hancock, Dianne Reeves, Ornette Coleman, Jamie Cullum, Cassandra Wilson, Jools Holland, Gilles Peterson, Mr Scruff and the Herbaliser.
The Cheltenham Jazz Festival is part of Cheltenham Festivals, the unique, dynamic and creative organisation behind four of Britain’s most successful cultural events
Directions: Cheltenham Jazz Festival takes place in the elegant Cotswolds spa town of Cheltenham. It is close to Junction 11 of the M5, 40 miles north of Bristol and 50 miles south of Birmingham; it is 40 miles west of Oxford on the A40. Cheltenham Spa railway station is well served from most major UK towns and cities.
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