A magical jazz long weekend on the beautiful
out-island of Eleuthera, Bahamas.
April 11th-15th 2018
Eleuthera is known for its sweeping fields of pineapple, along with miles of coastline offering some of the most spetacular white and pink sand beaches, along with numerous secluded sandy coves.
Eleuthera is also home to the The Glass Window – one of the few places on earth where you can compare the rich blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean on one side of the road and the calm turquoise-green waters of the Exuma Sound (Caribbean Sea) on the other side, separated by a strip of rock just 30 feet wide. Photo Credit Bahamas.com
Each year Eleuthera All That Jazz promotes The Islands of the Bahamas, Bahamian music, along with providing a showcase for Bahamian musicians to make contact with the musicians in the international music scene.
Among ths year’s lineup is singer Myra Maud, singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer. Photo Credit: Eleuthera All That Jazz
Back by popular demand is the flamboyant and theatrical guitar player, King Solomon Hicks from New York, and The Steve Koven Trio from Toronto are returning after their successful run in 2017.
Coming from Nassau are Adrian D’Aguilar, Tino Richardson, Kevin Dean and Lamont Gibson as well as The Jazz Cats (ages 12-16) and singer Osano Neely.
- Wednesday, April 11th – Festival opens with An Afternoon of Jazz on The Other Side, Whale Point from 4:30-7:30 p.m.
- Thursday, April 12th – Jazz Vesper’s at St. Patrick’s Church, Governor’s Harbour at 5:15 p.m.
- Thursday Evening April 12th – Dining at 1648 Restaurant ($25 cover charge)
- Friday, April 13th – Jammin’ at Fish Fry, Governor’s Harbour from 7:15-9:15 p.m. – no charge.
- Saturday, April 14 Levy Concert at the Leon Levy Preserve Banks Rd. with a reception at 6:15pm and concert start at 7:15 p.m.
- Sunday, April 15 – Jack’s Bay Club Lunchtime Concert, Rock Sound. 11:30 a.m- 3:15 p.m.
All profits from the event will be donated directly to Eleuthera’s wonderful Haynes Library. This grand old library is crutial to the island. It is not just a place to read and check out books, it serves as a training and developement center for residents to learn new skills and further their education.
Interested in sampling the worlds sweetest pineapple?
Yes, they are that great!! The annual Pineapple Festival is devoted to the islands favorite crop.