The Chemainus Jazz Festival 2017, expanded this year from one to two days, brings a diverse and eclectic mix of great jazz to the Waterwheel Park stage on Aug 19 and 20.
The festival offers something for every musical taste, from New Orleans style to soul, Latin and even a bit of rock.
“And be sure to get your Mardi Gras bling” included with your admission, advises organizer Pat Selman. It’s available from any of the volunteers at the festival.
Admission is $20 per day or $30 for both days.
Here’s the lineup:
Saturday Aug. 19:
Dockside Drive covers three decades of songs from the likes of Ray Charles, Irving Berlin and Cole Porter, featuring vocalist and pianist Heather Burns, saxophonist Paul Wainwright, bassist Joey Smith and drummer Don Leppard....