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WATCH: Soufriere Jazz Is Back


After 7 years, Soufriere Jazz is back. The event, which will be hosted by the Soufriere Events Management Organization in Collaboration with the Soufriere Regional Development Foundation, was launched on Saturday.

The lineup for Soufriere Jazz, the experience 2023, was unveiled during the virtual launch of the event.

SOURCE: Soufriere Regional Development Foundation

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  1. I am happy that jazz is returning to its old grounds. A breath of fresh air from the debacle of you know who. At this point it would be quite safe to conclude that the jazz festival will not directly turn a profit. It’s one of those things that have residual effects. Just like the Castries Central Library. Does it make a profit?

    When I lived overseas, I heard about the jazz festival almost every day during its season. It was talked about on the Elvis Durant Show, TMZ and other entertainment shows. It was especially high during the time of Amy Winehouse. This is great publicity…not paying a penny for exposure. Listeners have an opportunity to query about the island. One time I was on the dock enjoying jazz, when a group of tourists told me they will return to the island to stay longer. A day was not enough. The event provided happy feelings.


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