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A Night in Tunisia

2015 Festival Concert Schedule

NOTE: All concerts are subject to change.
No refunds. No exchanges.
All performances are rain or shine.


Friday: 4-10 PM / $20 at Gate

Saturday: 11 AM-10 PM / $30 at Gate

Sunday: 11 AM-9 PM / $25 at Gate

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Main Stage – Friday, August 21st 2009

Regional Jazz Groups

4:00 - 5:30 pm
The Shanghai Woolies
Eight-piece band that plays the "hot music" of long ago
Two guitars, three horns, drums, string bass and Mel, the singer girl. Gavin Bondy (trumpet player of Pink Martini) leads. Don’t be afraid. Sit right up next to the stage. Yes, that’s right...

6:00 - 7:30 pm
Dan Schulte's Strange Pilgrims
GREAT Northwest Jazz!
Dan Schulte (Bass), Tim Wilcox (Saxophone), John Moak (Trombone), Dan Gaynor (Piano), Warren Rand (Alto Sax), Todd Strait (Drums)

Main Stage – Saturday, August 22nd 2009

Regional Jazz Groups

11:30 - 12:30 pm
Tony Pacini Trio
Tony Pacini (Piano), Ed Bennett (Bass), Tim Rap (Drums)

2:30 - 4:00 pm
Northwest Jazz Orchestra
Presents "100 Years of Jazz: A Tribute to Benny Goodman"

Main Stage – Sunday, August 23rd 2009

Regional Jazz Groups

11:00 - 12:00 pm
Mark Simon Jazz Trio
Classic piano jazz
Dave Averre (Drums), Leah Hinchcliff (Bass), Mark Simon (Piano)

12:30 - 1:30 pm
Jans Ingber
Jans Ingber (Vocals, Drums, percussion and Guitar), Garrett Sayers (Bass), Joey Porter (Keys), Dameion Hines (Drums)

2:00 - 3:00 pm
John Moak Jazz Quartet
Trombone Virtuoso John Moak with Dan Schulte (Bass), Todd Strait (Drums), and Christopher Woitach (Guitar)

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