Warsaw Summer Jazz Days

 

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Warsaw Summer Jazz Days
It is an international festival, first organized in Warsaw in 1992 as a competition against Jazz Jamboree. While Jazz Jamboree is the event where good old jazz is performed, the Summer Jazz Days provide a stage for all of the newest trends in jazz.


The festival takes place at the end of June in the Congress Hall and one day before the closing concert a great outdoor event is put on. Founding father of the festival is Mariusz Adamiak – founder of Akwarium Club. The festival reinforced image of Warsaw as a Slavic capital of jazz.



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