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Winter Blues Jazz Fest Returns In June

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WILLIAMSBURG-Culturefix’s popular Winter Blues Jazz Fest will return for 2021, albeit a few months later than anticipated.

The Winter Blues Jazz Fest, which is typically held each January, was postponed this year and has been rescheduled now for June 24-27. The festival will be held outside on the lawn of The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg under a huge tent. Social distancing protocols will be in place.

Tickets and additional details about The Winter Blues Jazz Fest will be available April 24.

Culturefix first began hosting the four-day jazz fest in 2015.

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