Wednesday 6th June

Aziz Ibrahim - Asian Blues   |   The Ferret    |   7pm  |  Free to attend
J's Jazz Jam   |   The Ferret    |   9pm  |  Free to attend

Thursday 7th June

The Future of Live Music Conference 
Featuring: Patrick Pulsinger (talk)  |   Mitchell and Kenyon Cinema  |   9.50am  |  Free to attend
Jazz Whiparound 
Featuring: Shades of Django  |  Different Stages  |   Ham and Jam  |   5.00pm  |  Free entry
Graham Massey and the Toolshed Collective 
Skeltr  |  Afrodeutsche  |  Paddy Steer  |  Toolshed  |  Media Factory UCLan  | 7.30pm  |  £10

Friday 8th June

System 50/50  |  Some Some Unicorn  |  Cold Bath Street  |   The Contintental   |   7.30pm  |  £3
A Day of Django:
Lewis and Dav  |   The Ferret   |   5pm  |  Free to attend 
Film: Django (2017)  |   Darwin LT  |   Doors from 6pm, Film starts 7pm  | £10
A Day of Django: Michael Joseph Harris and Daniel John Martin  |   The Ferret  |   9.30pm  |  Free to attend
Django Djam  |   The Ferret   |   2pm and 11.30pm  |  Free to attend

Saturday 9th June

Jazz at the Museum   
Discover Preston Room, Harris Museum   |   12pm - 4pm 
Featuring:
Shades of Django  |  12pm 
Moody and Woof    |  1pm 
Aziz Ibrahim presents Desi GuitR  |  2.30pm
Jazz in the City   Preston Flag Market   |   12 - 4pm
Featuring:
Jon Aveyard's Samba Drummers
Cacophany Arkestra
City Wide Live Music   Various Locations   |   12 - 4pm
Featuring: 
Different Stages
A Louder Device
Shhhh
The Preston Busking Collective

100 Murmurists   |   St. Peters Arts Centre   |   5pm

Idle Moments: An Evening of Jazz
Featuring: Camilla George Quartet, Harold Salisbury & Pinto Beans, Harvey Brittain  |   53 Degrees   |   7pm  |  £10
Brassic   |   The Ferret  |   9pm 

Sunday 10th June

Free Parking |   The Ferret   |   7.00pm  |  £3
Courtney Pine feat. Omar and J.Frisco   53 Degrees   |   7pm  |  £20

The Festival is sponsored by the Arts Council, the University of Central Lancashire, the Faculty of Culture and the Creative Industries and the Creative Arts Development Group. We are partners with the Ribble Valley Jazz and Blues Festival, the Preston Caribbean Carnival and Making a Mark and we are supported by Preston City Council. (c) 2018 UCLan