Wakefield Jazz Update 28 December 2020
As Wakefield is currently in Tier 3, with live indoor performances not allowed, and with restrictions seemingly unlikely to be relaxed, there seems little possibility of restarting Jazz gigs in the near future – but when we can, we will! In the meantime, keep an eye on the website, register for the email newsletter, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep in touch.
There’s lots of jazz on BBC iPlayer at the moment, and you can search out jazz musicians on YouTube and Bandcamp, where you can support them at a difficult time. Among the musicians we’ve missed out on in the last nine months:
Rosie Brown/Jamie Taylor; Art Themen; Ben Crosland; Tango Siempre; Pete Oxley/Nicolas Meier; Jeff Williams; Shirley Smart; Irene Serra; Mark Lockheart; Sue Rynhart; Huw Warren; Hot Club of Jupiter; Vein/Stan Sulzmann; Veryan Weston; Dave Newton; Liz Fletcher; Tina May; Nikki Iles
Check them out!
And meanwhile, thank you again to all audience, volunteers and musicians for your ongoing support. We will return.
Pete Rosser (Promoter, Wakefield Jazz)
Advance Tickets only must be purchased through this website on each event page, or from our Gig Tickets page.
Doors open at 6:30 pm; music starts at 7:30 pm and we finish at 10 pm* (See gigs for additional support band start times).
Concessions: We offer a reduction of £1 for people who are of “bus pass” age, or those in receipt of state benefits, and a student or under 25’s discount of 50% of the full entry fee. Children under the age of 15 are admitted free except for “all ticket” gigs. Facilities for the disabled, wheelchair access by arrangement. If you would be willing to complete our feedback survey, please click here.
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Buy tickets online, or on the door (except all ticket gigs, when indicated). Changes to band members, from those originally listed in paper programme, are coloured orange.
Buy tickets on gig pages or see all tickets here
Available gigs will be shown below, once they are listed
Dave Newton and Liz Fletcher
* DCMS STATEMENT
“From Thursday 23 September businesses selling food or drink (including cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants), social clubs, casinos, bowling alleys, amusement arcades (and other indoor leisure centres or facilities), funfairs, theme parks, adventure parks and activities, and bingo halls will be mandated to close from 10pm. Guidance will make it clear that cinemas, theatres and concert halls can continue beyond 10pm but only if the performance started before 10pm and alcohol cannot be served after 10pm.”