A 3-day festival of dirty jazz, debauched and filthy foreign rhythms under the canopies in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin.
A fitting response to the anti-jazz movement of 1930's Ireland!
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“Music borrowed from the savages of Africa by the anti-God society, with the object of destroying morals and religion”(Father Peter Conefrey, 1934)
“For music lovers who want to catch some outstanding sounds in relaxed and pleasant surroundings… kick back and bask in some of the finest jazz and grooves Ireland has to offer”
– A Year of Festivals in Ireland, The Irish Times, 2013
Down With Jazz festival returns to Temple Bar, heralding the arrival of summer with an earlier festival date of 30th May – 1st June (June Bank Holiday Weekend). Look forward to the ‘filthy rhythms’ of jazz, blues, and funk under the canopies in Meeting House Square as Down With Jazz presents 3 nights of sinfully good music, depraved improvisation and debauched dancing with an excellent programme of Irish acts, soon to be announced.
From 7:30pm Nightly
Friday 30th, Saturday 31st May & Sunday 1st June