Kylie Auldist is headlining a free music, food and wine festival in Eltham next month
28.01.2020

Kylie Auldist is headlining a free music, food and wine festival in Eltham next month

The festival’s 2020 program will bring over 30 acts to its stages across two days.

After over two decades running, The Eltham Jazz, Food & Wine Festival will return to the suburb’s town centre with the best of local live music, food and drink this February.

This year, the festival will look at the transcendent nature of jazz through a lineup featuring emerging and established acts within the genre. Headed by iconic vocalist Kylie Auldist, alongside the likes of  The Lachy Doley Group, Claude Hay, Geoff Achison Trio, Ogopogo, the festival’s 2020 iteration is destined to be a hit.

With over 30 bands playing across the festival’s three stages, encompassing contemporary and traditional takes on jazz, there is sure to be something for any and every musical taste.

Foodies will also be taken care of, with the festival showcasing locally-produced wine, gin, beer and cider alongside a tantalising offering of gourmet food.

Recently ranked in the American Express Essentials’ World Top 20 Jazz Festivals, The Eltham Jazz, Food & Wine Festival is much more than a favourite for locals.

Find the full 2020 lineup below. 

Ade Ishs & eMotion Band
Alárìíyá
Anita Harris Quintet
Big and Horny
Cairo Club Orchestra
Claude Hay
Disgruntled Architect
Geoff Achison Trio
Geoff Kluke Quartet
The Green Reeds
Headphones Jones
Iaki Vallejo
Jakal
Jazz Running Wild
Kylie Auldist
The Lachy Doley Group
Lamine Sonko & The African Intelligence
Le Fleur
The New Orleans Pelicans
Ogopogo
The Pacific Belles
Rhythm X Revival
San Lazaro
The Seduceaphones
Sisters and Misters
Solomon Sisay
Soul Sacrifice
St Helena School Band
Sugarfoot Ramblers
The SunBears
The Syncopators
Wilson and White
Tide

The Eltham Jazz, Food & Wine Festival is happening in Eltham’s town centre on Saturday February 22 and Sunday February 23. Entry is free, find out more here

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