Jumpers And Jazz In July

Warwick

Jumpers and Jazz in July is Queensland’s quirkiest festival, featuring stunning visual arts and marvellous jazz in and around the beautiful historic city of Warwick.

Come for a day, a weekend or the whole 10 days and enjoy a range of more than 100 events and activities – with more than 120 yarn-bombed trees on display, a variety of free entertainment and a bounty of food, wine and coffee as a backdrop.

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Highlights of the festival include regular faves such as the Grand Automobile Display on Palmerin, Stroll and Swing featuring the Suitcase Rummage and Celebration of Local Flavours and the grand finale Picnic in the Park. There's also some hot new events not to be missed this year, including the Jumpin' Jazz Laneway Party and Twilight Jazz in the Park.

Jumpers and Jazz in July

And that's not all - other fun events in the area during the festival include Warwick Potters craft markets, Joie de Vivre Cabaret, Killarney Bonfire night, Jazz and exhibitions at the Gallery, kids activities and a whole lot more.

Jumpers and Jazz in July

Whether you want an action-packed weekend, or a leisurely mid-week meander, there is definitely something for everyone.

More info and full program HERE

Jumpers and Jazz in July is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Jumpers and Jazz in July

Warwick

Jul 18-28

0491 070 017

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