Gladstone Festival and Events coordinator Angie Bettridge and QAL community relations advisor Crystal Linderberg prepare for Jazz 'n' Shiraz.
Gladstone Festival and Events coordinator Angie Bettridge and QAL community relations advisor Crystal Linderberg prepare for Jazz 'n' Shiraz. Christopher Chan

Big week of festival fun leads into toe tapping jazz event

THE 51ST Gladstone Harbour Festival is jam packed with fantastic entertainment, mardi gras, delicious food and all of the fun of the fair.

Not to be missed is QAL's Jazz 'n' Shiraz, held on Easter Sunday.

The unforgettable evening of jazz, swing, soul and funk is sure to be a hit with the crowd.

Swing on the dance floor or soak up the electric atmosphere with the stellar line up of award winning performers.

"We hope everyone enjoys the night and the bands set the tone for singing and dancing the night away," QAL's community relations advisor Crystal Linderberg said.

Boys in the Band will celebrate some of the greatest hits from the most iconic bands of the 20th century.

Toe tapping performances also will be featured by Rat Pack's Back and Miss Mandy and the Oz Hornz.

Great performances from some of the world's most loved songs by Frank Sinatra, The Jersey Boys, the Beatles and The Jackson Five are sure to have audiences on their feet, dancing the night away.

Gates open at 6.30pm.

Tickets are on sale at the Gladstone Entertainment Centre or buy online at gec.gladstonerc.qld.gov.au.



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