Sunday, November 17, 2013, 8:00 – 10:00pm

***Sold Out*** Earshot Jazz Festival presents
Charles Lloyd & Friends with Bill Frisell

Great Hall; enter on 8th Avenue. $28.

Charles Lloyd
Community

A limited number of standby tickets may be available at the door.
Venerable American jazz musician Charles Lloyd has performed breathtaking, transcendent concerts in Seattle and around the globe, and has built a legacy of some of the most compelling recordings in jazz. This concert promises to be a blissful finale to Earshot Jazz Festival’s 25th edition, as guitarist Bill Frisell lends his boundless talents to a quartet that also includes bassist Reuben Rogers and drummer Eric Harland.

Presented by: Earshot Jazz Festival
Tickets: Preferred Seating Section: $35. General Seating:  $28 adult/$26 members & seniors/$14 students. A limited number of standby tickets may be available at the door.
Doors open: 7 pm.
Learn more: http://www.charleslloyd.com/

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