FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
July 5, 2022

MEDIA CONTACT:
Krystal Koop, Board Member & Marketing Chair
Jazz Center of Bellingham
krystal@jazzcenterofbellinghaml.org
(206) 858-2247
https://www.jazzcenterofbellingham.org/

The Jazz Center of Bellingham's Official Fall 2022 Season Announcement

The Jazz Center of Bellingham is excited to announce that our Fall 2022 Season marks the move to our new home at The Firehouse Arts and Events Center at 1314 Harris Avenue, in Fairhaven.

Join us on September 7th for our Firehousewarming Party to celebrate the Fall Season and our new venue! Admission is free, RSVP at https://secure.givelively.org/event/whatcom-jazz-music-arts-center/firehousewarming

This venue offers impeccable acoustics, a fantastic Steinway piano, theatrical lighting, and comfortable, tiered seating, virtually doubling our capacity for our bi-weekly jazz shows. Before and during the performances, the Firehouse Cafe offers wine, local craft beers, and delicious sandwiches, soups, and pastries. In fact, the Firehouse is one of Fairhaven’s favorite coffee spots - every day! The Jazz Center of Bellingham's Board of Directors is proud and committed to continue our tradition of enriching and inspiring our community by bringing top-rated local, regional, and national jazz performers to Bellingham. Beginning with our Fall Season, tickets can be purchased on-line at https://www.jazzcenterofbellingham.org/events, in advance, or at the door. Season Passes will also be available. Now’s the time to mark your calendars for the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month as THE place to be for Jazz in Bellingham, with the first show date for our Fall 2022 Season on September 14th. Performances begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.

See you at The Firehouse!

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