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Southport Jazz Festival

Address: The Grand, Southport, 180 Lord Street,Southport, Merseyside PR9 0QG


February 2, 2024 - February 4, 2024

Friday        13:00 - 23:00
Saturday   12:30 - 23:00
Sunday     13:00 - 23:00

Southport Jazz Festival is back for 2024 with an exciting line-up of 10 top shows, bringing some of the UK’s top jazz musicians to town. 

Organisers were delighted with the huge success of their first festival, in Feb 2023, which attracted hundreds of spectators from across the country. 
Renowned acts performing at the three-day musical celebration on 2nd-4th February 2024 include Clare Teal, Joe Stilgoe Trio, Matt Ford and Emma Holcroft, The Elliott Henshaw Band and more. 

The event is once again being held at The Grand on Lord Street in Southport town centre, a stunning venue which recently celebrated its first anniversary after a £4 million transformation. The historic art deco venue, which hosts The Grand Brasserie, Chloé’s Piano Bar and The Princess Grace Suite, lends itself perfectly for the jazz festival. There will be a variety of shows for people of all tastes from jazz enthusiasts to music lovers keen to enjoy something a little different in a glamorous setting. There are lots of ways to enjoy the event too, with tickets available for single shows, day passes and Weekender Passes available. 

The Festival will be following a similar format, with three shows on Friday, four on Saturday and three on Sunday. “For each evening there are some of the biggest names in jazz in the UK, a brilliant mix of artists playing original music, and jazz that people will recognise. 

Tickets are on sale now! Weekender passes available with all 10 shows for just £159, which works out at just £15.90 per show. Day passes and individual show tickets available too so people can have the flexibility to see what they’d like and when. 

The Grand is the perfect venue for Southport Jazz Festival. It’s right in the centre of town, there is parking available and it’s close to the train station and local buses.