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Your jazzyweekend is just around the corner

A fantastic weekend is in store for you as the sixth annual Jazz in the Gardens music festival in Miami is drawing nigh. All true jazz lovers should be excited as the event that will allow you to hear greats like Gladys Knight, Lalah Hathaway, Musiq Soulchild, Lauryn Hill, En Vogue, Charlie Wilson, Heads of State, Al Jarreau, the Isley Brothers and Branford Marsalis live will be kicking off in another week on Saturday, March 19.

So pack your bags and take the hour journey to be in the city where you can hear the rustic vocals of Charlie Wilson, see the classic charm of Gladys Knight and the Isley Brothers, feel the youthful exuberance of En Vogue and Heads of State. This will definitely be a weekend to remember and you can be front and center to witness it all.

You can be one of the four lucky persons to experience this soulful and smooth weekend, all-expenses fully paid, courtesy of Star 106.5 FM. To enter to win the trip and see performers live, fill out the entry form atThe Nassau Guardianor make a purchase at Butler and Sands.

You also are automatically entered to win if you call into Star 106.5 FM when a song by anyone of the weekend’s performers is played. The packages will be given away in the second week in March.

Jazz lover Kay’Mara Stuart, 32, said that she has ensured that she would be taking vacation in time for the jazz festival.

“If anyone knows me well they know I like to have more bang for my buck and this is definitely a big boom,”she said.”I love jazz and I will definitely be going to this festival on my vacation. I love Ms. Hill and Charlie Wilson. Of course Gladys will be making me happy too but whoever is on the stage I know they will be amazing and I will be blown away. I missed this last year but this year is my year to have a good quality weekend vacation. I’m excited.”

For more information visit www.jazzinthegardens.com.

When:Saturday, March 19 and Sunday, March 20

Where:Sun Life Stadium, Miami, FL

Time:3 p.m. until

Cost:Advance tickets(both days)-$75-general,$105-reserve,$125-prime reserve

(one day)-$45-general,$60-reserve,$70-prime reserve

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