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WVIA at the 2015 Scranton Jazz Festival

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The 2015 Scranton Jazz Festival is happening this weekend in Downtown Scranton, and WVIA is a proud media sponsor. Hear the best in Jazz, Blues and World Music, and take in an incredible performance by national recording artists Spyro Gyra. WVIA's George Graham will be there all weekend recording the festival for a future radio broadcast, and he will also serve as a festival announcer - so be on the lookout for him!

The 2015 Scranton Jazz Festival

Friday August 14th at 7:30p, Saturday August 15th at 7p and Sunday August 16th at 5p

Main Stage at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel - 700 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton, PA

Additional participating venues - Adezzo - Center St., The Bog - Adams Ave., Ale Mary's - Franklin Ave., and POSH - Washington Ave.

For full details, and to purchase tickets, go to scrantonjazzfestival.org 

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