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King Street Corner Pocket – Perth’s hottest new jazz festival

Friday 29th June / presented by James Hall

Perth and Western Australia host some of the most outstanding jazz talent in the country.
King St Corner Pocket will showcase these exceptional local artists, emerging and established, in a fun filled festival where you don’t have to walk more than 50m to hear a new sound.

Festival performances will be 30-40 minutes long, with time to pop out for refreshments before heading back in from the cold to check out the next hot performance.

The three-night festival, which runs from 5-7 July, is presented by WAYJO.

Staged in venues around the city’s King Street precinct including His Majesty’s Theatre (Downstairs at The Maj, & Dress Circle Bar), the InterContinental Perth City CentreKailis Jewellery and The Sewing Room.

James Hall spoke with Mace Francis (WAYJO Artistic Director) and was also joined by Tim Voutas & Tim Newhouse playing the song 'Honeycake' live in studio

King St Corner Pocket Festival
5-7 July, performances 6.00pm, 7.30pm & 9.00pm
King St Precinct, Perth

Tickets $15

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