Stomp, bop, swing or sway your way down to Dunsborough, Busselton and Margaret River on the first weekend in June to experience a feast of live music entertainment for the seventh annual Jazz by the Bay.
Guest artists from the northern hemisphere and closer to home will perform at the music festival.
Performers include the critically acclaimed Australian-American vocalist-composer, Chris McNulty, sought-after Jazz trumpeter Ashlin Parker from New Orleans, New York-based jazz singer Nerissa Campbell, award-winning Afro-Peruvian drum specialist Daniel Susnjar, Perth swing favourite Adam Hall, sultry songstress Jessie Gordon, the versatile Cathrine Summers, the ever-popular Ali Bodycoat, exciting young jazz singer Holli Scott and more.
A selection of free and ticketed events will allow people of all ages and from all corners of the community to enjoy the festival.
Swing events at a range of great venues including wineries, pubs, theatres and galleries and even a cave, plus roving entertainment in Busselton and Dunsborough.
Local, Perth, interstate and international talent come together to jam and jive and there'll be music workshops and more.
Jazz musicians will be roving the streets of Busselton, Vasse and Dunsborough town centres to live performances by some of the Festival's highest-billed performers while On the Green at Lions Park Dunsborough, there will be a feast of free entertainment.
Many performances at restaurants, pubs, wineries and Ngilgi Cave just require a booking to enjoy the world-class music on offer.
Caves House Hotel, Clancy's Fish Pub Dunsborough, Settlers Tavern in Margaret River have back-to-back jazz, soul and funk-themed live music scheduled.
Jazz by the Bay runs from Friday May 31 to Monday June 3.
For more information visit www.jazzbythebay.com.au