The Marlborough Jazz Festival was founded in 1986, the festival is the largest jazz festival of its kind in Britain and each year attracts more then 6,000 people.
The music varies from Traditional Jazz, to Blues, to African Rhythms, to Fusion, to Swing, to Latin, to Bebop and everything in between.
Over 20 venues in Marlborough, Wiltshire will be hosting concerts and live acts featuring famous touring stars and home-grown acts.
Acts include The Alan Skidmore Quartet with Georgie Fame, Clare Teal, Darius Brubeck Quartet, Brataslava Swing Orchestra, the Budapest Ragtime Band, Daryl Sherman, New Orleans clarinet player Evan Christopher, Australian jazz artist Albare, father and son Leonid and Nikolai Vintskevitch and the MonaLisa Twins. Other highlights include Sarah Gillespie, A J Brown, Big Man Clayton, Chris Jagger and the Atcha Band, The Red Stripe Band, Moscow Drug Club, Pete Allen’s Reeds’n’Rhythm, Joanna Eden Trio + Steve Waterman, Mule, Mule, Sara Spade & The Noisy Boys, The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, The Crazy Hambones, Ben Cipolla Septet, Bell Street Jazz Band, The MonaLisa Twins, Hangfire, The Budapest Ragtime Band, Stekpanna Nucleus plus Vinstkevich Quintet, Nigel Price Organ Trio, Marcella, Ben Lythe, Tom and Kerry McKenna, Gilmore n’ Jaz, The Richie Bryant All Stars, The Nicola Emmanuelle Band, George Haslam’s 'New Tricks', Bob Hall’s Last Chance Saloon, BoHoP, The Tom Green Septet, Paul Gunn & Worsted, Melissa James Trio, Brant Tilds Quartet, Swing Café, Metamorphic, Nicola Farnon Trio, The FB Pocket Orchestra, Ibou Tall and Jazzmates, U’Zambezi, Desert Rock, Diabel Cissokho Band, The Bratislava Hot Serenaders, Adam Winslet Band, The Bob Bowles Band, Victoria Klewin and the True Tones, Take Twenty and many, many more.
More info and tickets on the Festival Website