The RazzMaJazz Ensemble will play the streets of Fort Langley on Saturday, June 16. Photo via www.razzmajazz.ca

Jazz fest warms up in Fort Langley this weekend

The RazzMaJazz Ensemble will play in the village on Saturday, June 16

Jazz lovers will get a sneak peek at what the Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival has to offer at a pop-up event this Saturday, June 16.

From 1 to 4 p.m., the RazzMaJazz Ensemble will stroll through the village from the the Fort Langley Farmers’ Market to the Fort Langley Community Hall playing upbeat, toe-tapping New Orleans style of music

RazzMaJazz Ensemble is one of 10 bands that will perform at the inaugural festival, set to take over Fort Langley on Saturday, July 28.

In addition to live performances (on two outdoor stages), the festival will also feature a Mardi Gras parasol parade, jazz workshops, busker performances and art walk.

For more information, visit www.fortlangleyjazzfest.com.

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