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Island Jazz Festival

The Festival will showcase an exciting mix of jazz and jazz fusion acts across Rottnest Island with staged and roving performances throughout the weekend of 23 to 25 July.

Those keen for a weekender can fully immerse themselves in top class performances from sunrise to late into the night.  With 13 free performances from some of the best talent Perth has to offer, Adam Hall and the Velvet Playboys, Band of Soul featuring Solomon Pitt, the Danny Moss Trio, Rubaclava and more!

There are three ticketed special evening jazz events from $29 per person. Ticketed headline acts include Jessie Gordon with Dirty Jazz at Thomson’s, Lady Swings the Blues and prohibition jazz with The Perth Cabaret Collective at the Old Picture Hall.

 

Whether you are a committed jazz fan or simply love great music, head over to Rottnest Island for your winter music experience.

Rottnest Fast Ferries will be supporting the event through discounted ferry fares.
(Valid for travel Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th July)

For day return bookings use the Coupon Code ‘JAZZFEST’ to receive 20% off your ferry fare and 50% off the Government Admission Fee.

How to use the code: 

  1. Follow the “Book Now” link below.
  2. Select “Return” and follow the booking steps.
  3. Add the coupon code in the final stages.
  4. Enjoy your discounted ferry trip!

Book Now


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