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City of Derry Jazz Festival 2024

This year's festival will take place 2nd - 6th May 2024 - check out some of the highlight events.

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WELCOME<br />

Fáilte Bienvenido Witamy<br />

Willkommen Bienvenue<br />

CONTENTS<br />

Ireland’s biggest and best <strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong><br />

returns this May Bank Holiday weekend,<br />

from 2nd - 6th May <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

The 23rd <strong>City</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Derry</strong> <strong>Jazz</strong> & Big Band<br />

<strong>Festival</strong> will return this year and the<br />

celebration <strong>of</strong> <strong>Jazz</strong> and Big Bands will<br />

be even better featuring artists from all<br />

over the world and welcoming more than<br />

80,000 revellers over the bank holiday<br />

weekend. Among the popular acts<br />

performing at the festival this year are The<br />

Revolutionaires, The Red Stripe Band, Mr<br />

Wilson’s Second Liners, Ricky Cool & The<br />

In Crowd and many more!<br />

For full listings and much more <strong>Festival</strong><br />

info visit www.city<strong>of</strong>derryjazzfestival.com<br />

or download the What’s On DS App<br />

from the App Store or Google Play.<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> Hubs.........................................<br />

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Spotlight on <strong>Jazz</strong>...............................<br />

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Opening Event...................................<br />

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<strong>Jazz</strong> at the Guildhall ..........................<br />

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<strong>Jazz</strong> Workshops & Dance Classes ........<br />

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<strong>Jazz</strong> Masterclasses ...........................<br />

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Education Programme .......................<br />

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<strong>Jazz</strong> Al Fresco ...................................<br />

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<strong>Jazz</strong> in the Community ......................<br />

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Late Night <strong>Jazz</strong> Club...........................<br />

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Music Capital ...................................<br />

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<strong>Jazz</strong> at Nerve Centre ...............................<br />

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<strong>Jazz</strong> at Jika Jika ...............................<br />

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<strong>Festival</strong> Map ....................................<br />

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JAZZ HUBS<br />

Our <strong>Jazz</strong> Hubs return this year to Bennigan’s Bar and The Playhouse.<br />

Relax, unwind and enjoy the authentic <strong>Jazz</strong> experience across two<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> Hubs in the city.<br />

BENNIGAN’S BAR 13 John St.<br />

Famed for its weekly <strong>Jazz</strong> programme, curated by pianist and<br />

owner John Leighton, Bennigan’s will host multiple acts daily over<br />

the five days <strong>of</strong> the festival. Tickets are available at Bennigan’s<br />

Bar Box Office between 5pm and 9pm. Call 028 71 269 127.<br />

Thursday 2 May<br />

Julian Siegel Quartet 8pm £25 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Friday 3 May<br />

John Leighton Trio 4pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Oow Trio 7pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Odd Meter Fairy & The <strong>Jazz</strong>ys 11pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Saturday 4 May<br />

House <strong>of</strong> Jade Quintet 4pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Meilana Gillard Vocal Quartet 7pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Joseph Leighton Quartet 11pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Sunday 5 May<br />

Bradley Nielsen & Sons Quintet 4pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

George Colligan Quartet 7pm £20 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Jack Kelly’s Honkatonktet 11pm £15 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

Monday 6 May<br />

The Men Who Knew Too Much 5pm £10 from Box Office 5-9pm<br />

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JAZZ HUBS<br />

THE PLAYHOUSE 5-7 Artillery St.<br />

There’s plenty <strong>of</strong> top jazz acts at the Playhouse<br />

this year! To book tickets visit derryplayhouse.co.uk or<br />

contact the Playhouse Box Office on 028 7126 8027.<br />

Thursday 2 May<br />

Victoria Geelan: Chasing Amy – A Celebration<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Life & Song <strong>of</strong> Amy Winehouse 8pm £8<br />

Friday 3 May<br />

Tom Robinson – Up Close & Personal 8pm £25<br />

Saturday 4 May<br />

Fiona Scott Trotter presents The Divas Story 2pm £8<br />

Christine Tobin - ‘A Thousand Kisses Deep’ - New<br />

arrangements <strong>of</strong> Leonard Cohen Songs 8pm £8<br />

Sunday 5 May<br />

Paul McIntyre & Special Guests 3pm £6<br />

John Donegan, The Irish Sextet 8pm £8<br />

Monday 6 May<br />

George Colligan Quartet 8pm £8<br />

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SPOTLIGHT ON JAZZ<br />

Christine Tobin<br />

Having been an integral part <strong>of</strong> both the<br />

New York <strong>City</strong> and London scenes for<br />

many years, Christine is now based in<br />

Co. Roscommon. Her unique, rich sound<br />

described by The Guardian as ‘Tobin’s<br />

24 carat voice’. Her expressive range<br />

acknowledges finely acquired jazz, folk<br />

and 20th century European art song<br />

influences. MOJO Music Magazine said<br />

“Christine Tobin really transcends glib<br />

genrefication… everything is shot through<br />

with an unmistakable refinement, freespirited<br />

earthiness and giddy romanticism”.<br />

She has recorded 12 highly acclaimed<br />

albums and has a string <strong>of</strong> international<br />

awards including ‘Best Vocalist’ at the BBC<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> Awards, a BASCA British Composer<br />

Award for her settings <strong>of</strong> WB Yeats, a<br />

‘Herald Angel Award’ at the Edinburgh<br />

Fringe and ‘<strong>Jazz</strong> Vocalist <strong>of</strong> the Year’ at the<br />

Parliamentary <strong>Jazz</strong> Awards.<br />

George Colligan<br />

George Colligan is not only one <strong>of</strong> the<br />

great jazz pianists <strong>of</strong> his generation, but<br />

he has earned an international reputation<br />

as a multi-instrumentalist( drums,<br />

trumpet, organ, keyboards), composer,<br />

accompanist, teacher, and bandleader.<br />

Winner <strong>of</strong> the 2015 DownBeat magazine<br />

Critics Poll (Keyboard), he has had a long<br />

association with living jazz legend Jack<br />

DeJohnette. With over 130 albums to date<br />

as an accompanist, Colligan has worked<br />

with a long list <strong>of</strong> jazz greats, including<br />

Buster Williams, Cassandra Wilson, Don<br />

Byron, Ravi Coltrane, and many others. HIs<br />

latest album, “Nation Divided“(Whirlwind<br />

Records) is his 30th as a bandleader.<br />

Colligan, a New York resident for 15 years,<br />

now resides in Portland, Oregon where he<br />

is an Associate Pr<strong>of</strong>essor at Portland State<br />

University.<br />

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SPOTLIGHT ON JAZZ<br />

Julian Siegel<br />

Julian is an in-demand saxophonist on<br />

the UK and European <strong>Jazz</strong> scene who<br />

has worked with many <strong>of</strong> the top figures<br />

in music. He was awarded the 2007 BBC<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> Award for Best Instrumentalist and<br />

is currently touring with the Julian Siegel<br />

Quartet, featuring pianist Liam Noble,<br />

bassist Oli Hayhurst and drummer Gene<br />

Calderazzo. The Quartet’s first CD ‘Urban<br />

Theme Park’ was awarded the 2011 London<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> Award and in February 2018 the<br />

Quartet released their new album ‘VISTA’<br />

on Whirlwind Recordings. Since the<br />

release <strong>of</strong> ‘VISTA’, the band has performed<br />

internationally at festivals including Inntöne<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong> in Austria, Made in The UK at<br />

the Rochester International <strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong>,<br />

NY, <strong>Jazz</strong> Standard NYC, <strong>Jazz</strong><strong>Festival</strong><br />

Göttingen, Germany, Limerick <strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong><br />

Ireland, UK’s Love Supreme <strong>Festival</strong>,<br />

Bristol and Manchester International <strong>Jazz</strong><br />

<strong>Festival</strong>s and an extensive 2018/19 Arts<br />

Council England UK Tour.<br />

The John Donegan Sextet<br />

UK based, but originally from Cork, John<br />

is a modern jazz pianist and composer. His<br />

music has been featured on the BBC, <strong>Jazz</strong><br />

FM, RTE and independent radio stations in<br />

the UK and Ireland. He has performed with<br />

International artists such as Art Blakey, Art<br />

Farmer, Barney Kessel, Greg Abate, Louis<br />

Stewart and many more. John’s major<br />

influences are Bill Evans, Kenny Barron,<br />

Chic Corea and Keith Jarrett and he has<br />

performed in France, Spain and Portugal<br />

and at Birdland in New York. His 2019<br />

album, ‘A Kite for Kate’ was dedicated to<br />

his youngest daughter and comprised <strong>of</strong><br />

totally original pieces has already been<br />

featured on RTE, BBC, K 107FM and other<br />

independent radio stations. A 4* review<br />

from ‘The <strong>Jazz</strong> Mann’ says “an impressive<br />

<strong>of</strong>fering in which he demonstrates his<br />

command <strong>of</strong> a variety <strong>of</strong> styles, as both<br />

pianist and composer. As a writer, he also<br />

demonstrates an unfailing gift for melody.”<br />

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OPENING EVENT<br />

Thursday 2 May • Guildhall<br />

<strong>City</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Derry</strong> <strong>Jazz</strong> & Big Band <strong>Festival</strong> presents<br />

‘The Live Launch’ ~ Classic <strong>Jazz</strong> at the Guildhall<br />

6pm Free<br />

The Mayor, Cllr Patricia Logue, will <strong>of</strong>ficially open this year’s <strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong>. Enjoy<br />

performances from the best local jazz talent, live at the Guildhall. The Paul McIntyre<br />

Quartet, John and Fiona Trotter, Jim Whiteside, Joe Quigley, Victoria Geelan and Joseph<br />

Leighton will perform. Everyone is welcome to enjoy classic <strong>Jazz</strong> in stunning surroundings!<br />

No booking required. Donations are welcome at the event, in aid <strong>of</strong> the Mayor’s Charity,<br />

Foyle Hospice and The Ryan McBride Foundation. Donations to can be made online at<br />

investmycommunity.com or by scanning the QR code.<br />

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JAZZ HUB AT THE GUILDHALL<br />

Friday 3 May • Guildhall, Main Hall<br />

An Afternoon with the Mayor & The Jive Aces<br />

2pm - 4pm £5 • JiveAcesMayoralEvent.eventbrite.co.uk<br />

Come along and enjoy the big band sound <strong>of</strong> the Jive<br />

Aces hosted by the Mayor, Cllr. Patricia Logue. Tickets<br />

available at city<strong>of</strong>derryjazzfestival.com. All proceeds in aid<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Mayor’s Charities (Ryan McBride Foundation &<br />

Foyle Hospice).<br />

T: 028 7137 6508 E: mayor@derrystrabane.com<br />

Saturday 4 May • Guildhall, Main Hall<br />

Martin John & The Fellas<br />

2pm - 4pm Free<br />

The Roaring Forties<br />

5pm - 7pm Free<br />

The Swing Commanders<br />

8pm - 10pm Free<br />

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JAZZ HUB AT THE GUILDHALL<br />

Sunday 5 May • Guildhall, Main Hall<br />

Ursula In Company<br />

8pm £15<br />

Eventbrite: ursulaincompany.eventbrite.co.uk/<br />

A theatre style ‘chat show’ celebrating<br />

leading women in jazz who have wowed<br />

and entertained audiences throughout the<br />

last two decades <strong>of</strong> the <strong>City</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Derry</strong> <strong>Jazz</strong><br />

& Big Band <strong>Festival</strong>. In their own inimitable<br />

style, each has paid homage to some <strong>of</strong><br />

the greatest <strong>Jazz</strong> performers <strong>of</strong> all time;<br />

from Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, to Anita<br />

O’Day.<br />

Hosted by Ursula McHugh<br />

With Dee Doherty<br />

Victoria Geelan<br />

Jude Murphy<br />

Joan Talbot<br />

Anne Tracey<br />

Fiona Trotter<br />

Directed by Kieran Griffiths<br />

A unique blend <strong>of</strong> music, song and<br />

conversation.<br />

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JAZZ WORKSHOPS & DANCE CLASSES<br />

Friday 3 May • Foyle College<br />

The Gay McIntyre Woodwind & Brass<br />

Masterclass Series<br />

1pm Free<br />

The Gay McIntyre Woodwind & Brass<br />

Masterclass Series focusing on saxophone<br />

skills and other woodwind and brass<br />

instruments is hosted by Hyde Park Brass<br />

Band. This popular masterclass returns this<br />

year, hosted by Foyle College.<br />

Saturday 4 May • Millennium Forum Piazza<br />

Swing Dance Workshop<br />

North West Swing with music by<br />

The Swing Commanders<br />

1pm - 3pm Free<br />

Get your dancing shoes at the ready<br />

and come along to for a fun <strong>Jazz</strong> Dance<br />

Workshop in the iconic location <strong>of</strong><br />

Millennium Forum Piazza. No experience<br />

required, it’s one not to be missed!<br />

Friday 3 - Monday 6 May<br />

Vintage Star Boutique, 7 Pump St.<br />

La Belle Bombshell Vintage Hair &<br />

Fashion Styling Workshops<br />

with hair stylists Sara & Meredith & vintage fashion<br />

stylist Elaine Duffy<br />

£10 per styling session. Eventbrite link<br />

Fri 3: 3pm - 4pm • Sat 4: 11am - 2.30pm<br />

Sun 5: 11am – 12.30pm • Mon 6: 11am - 12noon<br />

For more info visit<br />

www.city<strong>of</strong>derryjazzfestival.com<br />

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EDUCATION PROGRAMME<br />

Live Music Now<br />

Musicians from Live Music Now will deliver the<br />

magic <strong>of</strong> jazz to over 1200 young people, with<br />

a programme <strong>of</strong> fun and funky workshops in 8<br />

local schools ahead <strong>of</strong> this year’s <strong>City</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Derry</strong><br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong>. Between March and May, pupils at<br />

post primary schools across <strong>Derry</strong> and Strabane<br />

will take part in ‘<strong>Jazz</strong> labs’ – workshop-style<br />

performances in their school hall, delivered by<br />

renowned jazz pianist John Leighton and singer/<br />

saxophonist Meilana Gillard as well as acclaimed<br />

local singer Victoria Geelan and pianist Neil Burns.<br />

In an exciting first, pupils who are part <strong>of</strong><br />

established School <strong>Jazz</strong> Bands at Lumen Christi<br />

and Lisneal College will have an exclusive<br />

opportunity to work closely with acclaimed<br />

jazz musicians through a 4 week series <strong>of</strong><br />

masterclasses. Pr<strong>of</strong>essional musicians will work<br />

with the young jazz musicians, developing their<br />

skills, and exploring improvisation techniques.<br />

These will culminate in a ‘mini jazz festival in<br />

school’ with performances from students and Live<br />

Music Now musicians.<br />

Since 2017 Live Music Now has reached over<br />

10,000 children through the festival’s outreach<br />

programme, with a rapturous response from pupils<br />

and teachers alike. Live Music Now is the leading<br />

outreach and musicians’ development charity,<br />

which places musicians in a range <strong>of</strong> education,<br />

community and healthcare settings. For more<br />

information or for your school to register interest<br />

please email alice.lewis@livemusicnow.org.uk.<br />

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JAZZ AL FRESCO<br />

Enjoy some great music and beats on the streets during this year’s festival. Featuring an<br />

array <strong>of</strong> bands and musicians from far and wide, they are sure to bring the city’s streets to<br />

life with their wonderful talents.<br />

GAY McINTYRE STAGE Guildhall Square<br />

Saturday 4 May<br />

Calgach Singers 11am<br />

Ardnashee School Choir & Band 12noon<br />

St. Cecilia’s <strong>Jazz</strong> Band 1pm<br />

Lumen Christi <strong>Jazz</strong> Band 1.45pm<br />

Foyle College, Lisneal, EA <strong>Jazz</strong> Ensembles 3pm<br />

Sunday 5 May<br />

Jim McDermott & Friends 12noon<br />

Palais Swing Band 2pm<br />

Bobby Mc & the Dukes 4pm<br />

Mission Impossible 6pm<br />

CRAFT VILLAGE STAGE<br />

Saturday 4 May<br />

Renegade Zoo 11am<br />

Harriet Rose 12noon<br />

Harry Connolly Band 1pm<br />

Limavady Big Band 3pm<br />

Special Brew 5pm<br />

Sunday 5 May<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> Lads & Their Dads 12noon<br />

Odd Meter Fairy & The <strong>Jazz</strong>ys 1pm<br />

Martin John & The Fellas 3pm<br />

Pure Fresh 5pm<br />

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JAZZ AL FRESCO<br />

Jaydee Brass Band<br />

Thurs 2 May • Guildhall Square 5.45pm<br />

Fri 3 May • Millennium Forum Steps 7.15pm<br />

Sat 4 May • Millennium Forum Steps 3.45pm<br />

Sun 5 May • Cathedral Quarter 2pm<br />

Hyde Park Brass Band<br />

Fri 3 May • Shipquay St., Waterloo St., Waterloo Pl.<br />

7pm<br />

Sat 4 May • Cathedral Quarter 2pm<br />

Sun 5 May • Shipquay St., Waterloo St., Waterloo Pl.<br />

Sun 5 May • Cathedral Quarter 2pm<br />

Sun 5 May • Richmond Centre Steps 4.30pm<br />

1pm<br />

Mr. Wilson’s Second Liners<br />

Fri 3 May • Shipquay St., Waterloo St., Waterloo Pl.<br />

New York Brass Band<br />

Sat 4 May • Shipquay St., Waterloo St., Waterloo Pl.<br />

Legenderry Pop Up Market<br />

Sat 4 May • Guildhall Square<br />

Sun 5 May • Guildhall Square<br />

11am - 5pm<br />

12noon - 7.30pm<br />

5pm<br />

3pm<br />

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JAZZ ALFRESCO<br />

Saturday 4 May • Ebrington Square<br />

The Bear Run 74<br />

9am - 11am<br />

The Bear Run will see up to<br />

70 Super Cars and American<br />

Muscle Cars take to the street<br />

and give car lovers the exciting<br />

opportunity to get up close<br />

and personal and get their<br />

pictures with them. The cars<br />

will then take <strong>of</strong>f and travel<br />

around the Causeway Coastal<br />

Route in aid <strong>of</strong> Angel Wishes<br />

helping children smile again<br />

charity.<br />

Saturday 4 May • Shipquay Street<br />

‘Rock the Boat’ World Record Challenge<br />

11.30am - 1pm<br />

An exciting world record attempt in the form <strong>of</strong> ‘Rock the<br />

Boat’ is set to take place in <strong>Derry</strong> this year, all in aid <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Mayor’s Charities Foyle Hospice and the Ryan McBride<br />

Foundation. Local people <strong>of</strong> all ages are being urged<br />

to come along to Shipquay Street to participate in the<br />

attempting to set a new world record for the number <strong>of</strong><br />

people to row to the popular song that gets everybody<br />

on the floor…literally!<br />

Link to sign up:<br />

https://register.enthuse.com/ps/event/ROCKTHEBOATWORLDRECORDATTEMPT<br />

To donate to the Mayor’s charities please scan the QR<br />

Code below.<br />

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JAZZ IN THE COMMUNITY<br />

Friday 3 May • Ardnashee School<br />

Red Stripe Band<br />

2pm<br />

Red Stripe Band returns to<br />

Ardnashee School again this<br />

year for their long-standing<br />

collaboration, making the<br />

school swing to <strong>Jazz</strong> vibes<br />

to kick <strong>of</strong>f the festival in<br />

style.<br />

Saturday 4 May<br />

DLD Second Line Parade<br />

Stepping <strong>of</strong>f at 12noon sharp<br />

Meeting Point: Castle Street • Ending Point: Waterloo Place<br />

Calling all musicians, dancers, hip shakers and jazz<br />

makers! Second Line NI is back this year with our annual<br />

DLD Second Line <strong>Jazz</strong> Parade! We’re kicking the heels up<br />

with a beautiful core <strong>of</strong> amazing bands joining us from all<br />

over. Bring your instruments, umbrellas and fancy threads<br />

to join us in celebrating how much jazz means to us all.<br />

This year we’re starting in a new spot for a stretch <strong>of</strong> the<br />

legs. Meet us at the Diamond so we can strut it down<br />

Shipquay in style! All ages and instruments are welcome.<br />

If you fancy joining in for the tunes, contact Amanda<br />

Koser-Gillespie at ajkgillespie@gmail.com for music and<br />

further details.<br />

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LATE NIGHT JAZZ CLUB<br />

MUSIC CAPITAL<br />

Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 May<br />

The St. Columb’s Hall<br />

<strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong> Club<br />

11pm £15<br />

The St Columb’s Hall <strong>Jazz</strong> <strong>Festival</strong> Club’<br />

returns again this year and is staging Jam<br />

Sessions hosted by the Paul McIntyre<br />

‘house band’. The Cinema in St. Columb’s<br />

Hall holds a wealth <strong>of</strong> musical history<br />

nested in what can only be described<br />

as an idyllic setting. What a venue and<br />

ambience for creating the perfect musical<br />

late-night atmosphere for the The <strong>Jazz</strong><br />

<strong>Festival</strong> Club Jam Sessions.<br />

Book tickets here.<br />

Friday 3 & Saturday 4 May • St. Augustine’s Church<br />

Duke Special & Special Guests<br />

3 May 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm)<br />

£22.50 + booking fee<br />

4 May 2pm (doors 1.15pm)<br />

£15.50 + booking fee<br />

www.musiccapital.org<br />

Saturday 4 May • Carlisle Rd. Methodist Church<br />

LAU<br />

7.30pm (doors 6.45pm) £26.50 + booking fee<br />

www.musiccapital.org<br />

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JAZZ AT NERVE CENTRE<br />

JAZZ AT JIKA JIKA<br />

Saturday 4 May<br />

Nerve Centre & Stendhal <strong>Festival</strong> present<br />

An evening with Simon & Oscar<br />

from Ocean Colour Scene<br />

8pm £25 plus booking fee<br />

Simon Fowler and Oscar Harrison<br />

present an evening <strong>of</strong> intimate acoustic<br />

performances <strong>of</strong> all their hits including ‘The<br />

Riverboat Song’, ‘The Circle’, ‘Traveller’s<br />

Tune’, ‘Hundred Mile High <strong>City</strong>’ and<br />

‘The Day We Caught The Train’. Simon<br />

describes the acoustic shows as “a real<br />

tonic - a great chance to look the audience<br />

in the eye and interact with them on a<br />

more personal basis than ever before”.<br />

Ocean Colour Scene released their Moseley<br />

Shoals album in 1996 which became a<br />

major commercial success and a mainstay<br />

on the British music scene. They return to<br />

the Nerve Centre 22 years after their sellout<br />

show at Nerve Centre in October 2002.<br />

Book tickets here<br />

Saturday 4 May • Unit 8 Warehouse, Pennyburn<br />

Kerri Chandler<br />

Doors 4pm – 2am £15 - £35<br />

American House DJ and producer, Kerri<br />

Chandler will make his <strong>Derry</strong> debut with a<br />

massive block party set for Jika at the Unit<br />

8 Warehouse in Pennyburn on Saturday<br />

4th May. Australian duo X-Club will join<br />

a jam packed lineup for what will be one<br />

<strong>of</strong> the biggest parties <strong>of</strong> the year at the<br />

venue. As if that wasn’t enough, award<br />

winning DJ and producer Tom Middleton<br />

will also join the bill alongside Bent’s Simon<br />

Mills.<br />

For ticket information please check<br />

www.facebook.com/jikajikaevents<br />

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JAZZ FESTIVAL MAP<br />

1 19th Hole, Bridgend<br />

2 Alley Theatre<br />

3 AOH<br />

4 Ardnashee School<br />

5 The Argyle Bar<br />

6 Badgers Bar<br />

7 Bennigan’s<br />

8 The Bentley<br />

9 Bishop’s Gate Hotel<br />

10 Blackbird<br />

11 Brickwork<br />

12 Brass Neck<br />

13 Carlisle Road Methodist Church<br />

14 The Cathedral Quarter<br />

15 The Cellar @ Silver Street<br />

16 <strong>City</strong> Hotel Ballroom<br />

17 <strong>City</strong> Hotel Lobby<br />

18 Collon Bar<br />

19 The Cosh Bar & Grill<br />

20 Craft Village<br />

21 Derby Bar<br />

22 DLD Second Line Parade<br />

23 The Dungloe Bar Beer Garden<br />

24 Ebrington Hotel<br />

25 Ebrington Square<br />

Full listings can be found at www.city<strong>of</strong>derryjazzfestival.com<br />

26 El Tapas Gra<br />

27 The Embankment Bar & Grill<br />

28 Foyle College<br />

29 The Gate Bistro<br />

30 Gay McIntyre Stage, Guildhall Sq.<br />

31 The Guildhall, Main Hall<br />

32 Guildhall Taphouse<br />

33 Gweedore Bar<br />

34 Jack’s Bar<br />

35 Legenderry Pop-Up Market<br />

36 Link 47<br />

37 Link 48<br />

38 Lizzie O’Farrells<br />

39 The Magnet<br />

40 Maldron Hotel<br />

41 The Metro<br />

42 Millennium Forum & Piazza<br />

43 Millennium Forum Steps<br />

44 Nacional de Cuba<br />

45 Nerve Centre<br />

46 New Gate Arts & Culture Centre<br />

47 The Park Bar<br />

48 Peace Bridge<br />

49 The Phoenix Bar<br />

50 The Playhouse<br />

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Richmond Centre Steps<br />

Rock Road Social<br />

The Ritz Bar<br />

Rocking Chair<br />

Sandinos<br />

The Sandwich Co.<br />

Shiquay Street<br />

Silver Street<br />

Spaghetti Junction<br />

St. Augustine’s Church<br />

St. Columb’s Hall<br />

The Thirsty Goat<br />

Tracy’s Bar<br />

Unit 8 Warehouse, Pennyburn<br />

Vintage Star<br />

Visit <strong>Derry</strong><br />

Walled <strong>City</strong> Brewery<br />

Waterfoot Hotel<br />

Waterloo Place<br />

Motorhome Parking<br />

Fri 3 – Sun 5 May (3 days inclusive)<br />

£20 per night per van.<br />

Eventbrite: MotorhomeParking.eventbrite.co.uk<br />

NB: facilities will be provided however<br />

access to fresh water, waste water and<br />

toilet disposal is available at Foyle Valley<br />

Railway Car Park. Touring caravans and<br />

tents are not permitted.<br />

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