Win tickets to a fantastic concert by the Algarve Jazz Orchestra

Win tickets to a fantastic concert by the Algarve Jazz Orchestra

Vale do Lobo will be embracing the autumn season with a memorable concert from the Algarve Jazz Orchestra to be held in the Auditorium of the resort on September 27 from 7.30pm.
Following the success of previous jazz concerts, Vale do Lobo welcomes back the musicians of the Algarve Jazz Orchestra for the third in a series of Jazz concerts being held in the resort throughout 2014, with each marking the seasons in a unique and innovative style and demonstrating the versatility of jazz.
This lively and exciting concert will feature favourites inspired by the jazz and swing era and promises to be performed with the usual passion and finesse that the Algarve Jazz Orchestra has become renowned for.
Renditions during the evening will include “Bye Bye Blackbird”, “Take The A Train”, “The Blues Machine” and “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” with the performance being particularly special thanks to it being one of three concerts marking the 10th anniversary of the Algarve Jazz Orchestra.
Tickets cost €18.
289 353 322 | events@vdl.pt
www.valedolobo.com
The Algarve Resident, in association with Vale do Lobo, is offering one lucky reader the chance to win one pair of tickets to this concert. For your chance to be a winner, simply answer the following question:
When is the autumn equinox in 2014?
a) September 22
b) September 23
c) September 24
Email your answer to competitions@algarveresident.com entering the words “Autumn Concert Vale do Lobo” in the subject box. Please ensure that you include your full name and the full name of the person who will be attending with you, your address and a contact phone number. All valid entries will be placed into a prize draw with the first selected with the correct answer winning the prize. The closing date for the competition is Friday, September 19 at 5pm and the winners will be announced in the September 26 edition of the Algarve Resident. Normal Algarve Resident rules apply.