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Friday, 24 August 2012

Samui International Jazz Festival 2012, 14-20 October

In two months time Samui goes Jazz again and the third edition of the Samui International Jazz Festival opens it's doors at the Amari Palm Reef in Chaweng.

The festival is dedicated to the theme of Tropical Jazz and the locations for the various concerts have been especially identified to enhance the tropical feel with guests and performers, which we hope will manage to be both upbeat and laid-back at the same time.

This years line up includes Paulette McWilliamsm check her out during a free show at the main stage at Chaweng Beach, 20th October.
Susan Harmer and her band Tropic Green is on a repeat visit, CaboCubaJazz, featuring Melissa Fortes and Yerman Aponte, Karen Devroop Jazz Quartet and Eddie C will all feature.


The currennt line up, times and venues are;

14th Oct. at Amari Palm Reef Samui
On Stage Interview with Paulette McWilliams
Preview Concert: Beets Brothers feat. Paulette Mc Williams
Concert: Susan Harmer - Tropic Green

15th Oct. at Rocky’s Boutique Resort
Concert: Eddie C

16th Oct. at The Library
Concert: Karen Devroop Quintet

17th Oct. at Nora Buri Resort & Spa
Concert: CaboCubaJazz

18 Oct. at Anantara Bophut
Concert: Alexander Beets Quartet feat. Dasha

( Concert ticket 500 THB/ Person)

Main Stage at Chaweng Beach - Beachfront Amari Palm Reef

19/20 October:
Two days of ten FREE concerts

Highlights:
• Koh Saxman meets Beets Brothers - Tribute to the King
• Beets Brothers feat. Paulette McWilliams
• Peter Beets Trio
• Changton Kunjara & Friends

Keep your agenda open for these shows and I hope you will enjoy the performances by the artists.

Camille

3 comments:

Mihnea said...

Now, this is something I would like to attend... only if Samui had been closer to Bangkok by a few hundreds of clicks...

Camille said...

Mihnea,

maybe hop on a plane!

Mihnea said...

That might be a good idea indeed...