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Buskers sought for Fort Langley jazz fest

Between 12 and 14 groups will play throughout the Fort Langley village on July 28

In addition to the live music, dancing and Mardi Gras parasol parade offered at the Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival this summer, the streets will also be filled with another source of talent.

The festival is currently seeking applications from jazz buskers to perform throughout the village on Saturday, July 28.

Youth musicians, emerging talent and other groups are welcome to apply.

Between 12 and 14 groups will be chosen to play at six different locations in the Fort Langley core.

Applications close June 30.

To apply, visit www.fortlangleyjazzfest.com/music-buskers/

The Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival will launch with a Mardi Gras parasol parade on Saturday, July 28 at 9:30 a.m. from the Fort Langley Farmers Market on Glover Road to the main festival stage in front of the Fort Langley Community Hall.

Bands will perform on two outdoor stages at the Fort Langley Community Hall on Glover Road and the Bedford Plaza boardwalk on Billy Brown Road.

The festival closes on July 29 with a free jazz workshop and jam for young artists and emerging talent.

READ MORE: Fort Langley jazz fest kickoff



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