Jazz Festival full line-up revealed

Headline gigs, Jazz Legends stage and free Jazz Garden events on sale now

Knowledge story, The Knowledge

For the first time the 12th Dubai Jazz Festival will host a whopping three different gig concepts.

In place once more are the mainstream headline weekend gigs, headlined by the likes of Santana, Olly Murs, Jamie Cullum and The Wanted.

Also in place again this year are four nights of international jazz and blues performers in the Jazz Garden – with free tickets to those who register in advance.

And in 2014 the four weekend gigs will also feature standalone Jazz Legends concerts, starring major US names including Al Foster, Larry Carlton and Steve Grossman. These gigs will be open to ticket holders for the headline gigs, with standalone tickets on offer at a cheaper price.

See the full line-up below.

Main stage – headline international pop and rock stars, plus local support bands

Thursday February 13
Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington
Juliana Down

Friday February 14
Olly Murs
The Wanted

Wednesday February 19
Jamie Cullum
Colbie Caillat

Thursday February 20
Dubai Drums
Tickets for the main gigs start at Dhs350

Jazz Legends stage – US and European jazz stars playing alongside the headline gigs

Thursday February 13
Tony Lakatos
Al Foster

Friday February 14
Kirk Lightsey
Larry Carlton

Wednesday February 19
Steve Grossman
Sean Jones

Thursday February 20
Nestor Torres
Billy Childs Quartet

Jazz Legend gigs are open to ticket holders for the main headline gigs, with standalone tickets from Dhs225

Jazz Garden weekday gigs – free jazz and blues show from international performers

Saturday February 15
Four 80 East
Alex & Raphael

Sunday February 16
Jonathan Fritzen
Tad Robinson

Monday February 17
Paul Weimar
Deitra Farr

Tuesday February 18
Matt Marshak
Sugaray Rayford

For free tickets to all Jazz Garden gigs register online at www.facebook.com/DubaiJazzFest

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