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Win A Double Ticket To SWING

Win A Double Ticket To SWING

5th February 2016
Closing Date
Promoter:
Prize category: Entertainment
Number of Prizes: One
Entry limits: Single Entry
Age Requirement: 18+
Difficulty of Entry: Easy
Competition type: Instant Entry / Free Online
External Promotion*
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  • Details
Brendan Fitzgerald Jazz Ensemble trumpets a Jumpin’ Jive journey through the smashing era of SWING, while the riveting story of the rivalries and personalities of the era is channeled by New York’s Metronome magazine music critic of the times, George Simon. Charmaine Jones and Ben Gatehouse frontline the slip and slide rhythms and slinky melodies of the 30’s and 40’s in a suave, sophisticated cabaret presented by some of Australia’s best jazz artists. Win a double ticket! 
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Prizes

1x 1st Prize
Double Ticket To SWING
 Brendan Fitzgerald Jazz Ensemble trumpets a Jumpin’ Jive journey through the smashing era of SWING, while the riveting story of the rivalries and personalities of the era is channeled by New York’s Metronome magazine music critic of the times, George Simon. Charmaine Jones and Ben Gatehouse frontline the slip and slide rhythms and slinky melodies of the 30’s and 40’s in a suave, sophisticated cabaret presented by some of Australia’s best jazz artists.
$ Value
$45

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