Devonport Jazz 2024

Full Program

2024 Program



Gospel Song                                                      

Thursday 25 July, 7 – 9pm

Level 3, paranaple centre, 137 Rooke Street, Devonport

$15 /Under 5’s free

Festival paranaple pass holders – free entry          

Bookings at paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

(03) 6420 2900 or online

Local church choirs and vocal groups unite to bring an uplifting performance, celebrating the evocative style of gospel jazz music, from traditional spirituals to contemporary gospel numbers. Gospel Song is always a fantastic opening event for Devonport Jazz.



Elizabeth College @ Playgroup

Friday 26 July, 11.30am – 12.15pm

Book through East Devonport Child and Family Learning Centre, venue to be confirmed

Free, bookings essential as space is limited

Please register your attendance on (03) 6478 4336

For under 5s and their carers only


The East Devonport Child and Family Learning Centre invites pre-school children and their carers to a special concert with the Elizabeth College Stage Band. Enjoy fun, interactive jazz performances while learning about different instruments and their unique sounds. Join us for a joyful morning of music and discovery, perfect for sparking a love of music in young audiences.



Jazz Eclectic at Devonport Country Club                

Friday 26 July, 12 – 2pm

Devonport Country Club, 66 Woodrising Ave, Spreyton

Free entry. Food and beverage available. A special Devonport Jazz menu along with the regular menu will be available.

Bookings preferred, not essential.  Book online via the Devonport Country Club website or phone (03) 6427 2381


Get ready for a captivating afternoon as Brisbane-based Jazz Eclectic brings their unique sound to Devonport Jazz! This dynamic band features sonorous saxophones, groovin’ guitar, mesmerizing tabla, and punchy congas. Their repertoire spans straight-ahead jazz, Latin styles, and reimagined rock and pop classics, all tightly arranged.


The Devonport Country Club is a fantastic destination for anyone looking for a fun and enjoyable day out in Tasmania.

Upon arrival, please proceed through reception and join us in our Bistro. Lift access available.



Double Entendre at historic Home Hill        

Friday 26 July, 4.30 – 6.30pm

Home Hill, 77 Middle Rd, Devonport

$38/$35 per person

Entry includes a viewing of Home Hill, mulled wine and nibbles.

Bookings essential. Book online here


Craig Scott (double bass) and Peter Locke (piano) are a rare event in music, each performing internationally in a variety of musical settings, and both considered masters of their respective crafts. When performing together a unique connection is created that reaches audiences of all ages and genres, resulting in unexpected musical serendipities. Double Entendre introduces modern audiences to new repertoire including originals and classic arrangements of jazz standards.

This concert will incorporate a live ABC Radio broadcast.



The Jive Dogs at Rubicon Grove                  

Friday 26 July, 6.30 – 8.30pm

Rubicon Grove, 89 Club Drive, Port Sorell

$30 includes canapés and entertainment

Alcohol and non-alcohol drinks available for purchase, cash sales only.

Bookings essential (03) 6427 5700

Get ready for a lively performance by The Jive Dogs at Rubicon Grove! Originating from Launceston, this dynamic band has been entertaining audiences since the late 1990s. Their evolving setlist draws inspiration from the birth of jazz, the roaring twenties, swing, jump, jive and blues all the way up to the dawn of rock and roll. Lots of Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, Louis Jordan and Louis Prima as well as the occasional reimagining of disco/hard rock classics. Don’t miss this unforgettable musical experience!

Rubicon Grove is an aged care facility, that have opened their doors to welcome Devonport Jazz over the past years. The facility offers warm, welcoming modern living, in a small coastal community. 



King Cake at the Mersey Yacht Club                        

Friday 26 July, 7 – 9.30pm

Mersey Yacht Club, Anchor Drive, East Devonport

$25 per person

Bookings via Eventbrite
Cash door sales on the day


After a little time out of the kitchen, funky jazz and blues group King Cake, have reignited the flame to cook up some fresh soul food. In addition to their usual fare, jump blues and New Orleans funk, King Cake will be delving into the rich organ jazz repertoire of the 60’s chitlin circuit.

The 1960s “chitlin circuit” hosted a diverse array of talented performers, including many iconic figures in jazz and blues music. Musicians who honed their craft in the clubs and juke joints at the time included B.B. King, Ray Charles, Muddy Waters and Jimmy Smith. You can expect to hear crossovers of Jazz, Blues and Soul.

The Mersey Yacht Club offers a fully licensed bar and stunning views of the Mersey River. Patrons are welcome to bring their own nibbles.  No BYO drinks.



Emma Pask “Ac-cent-tchu-ates the Positive”

Friday 26 July, 8 – 10pm

Town Hall Theatre, paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

$40 per person

Festival paranaple pass holders – free entry

Bookings at the paranaple arts centre

(03) 6420 2900 or online


Emma Pask, renowned for her captivating voice and dynamic stage presence, has been a prominent figure in the jazz scene both in Australia and internationally. At Devonport Jazz, Emma will present an intimate musical portrait of a genius whose work is a pillar of the Great American Songbook – Harold Arlen.


Over the Rainbow, Get Happy, Let’s Fall in Love, I’ve Got the World on a String, and Stormy Weather, are just a few of Harold Arlen’s well-loved compositions. Arguably one of the world’s greatest composers, Arlen believed his music was ‘from a place outside himself’. He had experienced great joy along with heavy tragedy, yet throughout his life, these masterful songs kept coming. … That Old Black Magic, Blues in the Night, Come Rain or Come Shine…


Emma Pask’s effortlessly honest stage presence, combined with her powerful vocal ability, will leave you spellbound and inspired as she leads you through her collection of Harold Arlen’s timeless compositions.



Devonport Farmers Market

Saturday 27 July, 8.30am – 12.30pm

Devonport Showgrounds, 86A Gunn Street

Free entry


Join The Richard Steele Trio, a festival favourite and discover the Devonport Farmers Market, a vibrant community hub where local producers and artisans showcase their best produce and craftsmanship.  This all weather (indoor/outdoor) market is where you’ll find fresh local produce grown and raised in the region’s fertile soil, and dozens of friendly, passionate producers and stallholders.  There’s great food and freshly brewed coffee, an outdoor green space, kid’s activities and roaring braziers. 

Mingle-in among the locals, great produce, good spirits and live music. Richard Steele is a guitarist who goes beyond reproducing the familiar riffs passed down by the old bluesmen. He creates interesting and often unexpected improvisations, dipping into jazz and western swing influences, which makes his performance exciting and fresh and thoroughly entertaining.



Blues Brunch with Wendy Moles & Nick Hart

Saturday 27 July, Café open from 9am, music from 10am – 12pm

Marion Storm Café, 6 Gloucester Avenue, Devonport  

No cover charge

Special brunch menu available

Bookings: 0434919438 or via email


Join Wendy Moles & Nick Hart for an unforgettable performance featuring a mix of cool jazz, blues and timeless songs that swing. Nick’s versatile guitarmanship pairs perfectly with Wendy’s mahogany smooth voice to delivering a stylish and charming show. Wendy and Nick love to celebrate the diversity of jazz and blues. Come and see why they truly swing!


Special Brunch menu including some of our favourite cafe items and
drinks, such as:

  • Housemade Granola w
    yoghurt & fresh fruit
  • Breaky Bagel w scrambled
    egg & crispy bacon
  • Poached Eggs on
    Sourdough w cold-smoked salmon or streaky bacon
  • Corn Fritters w avocado
    & relish
  • Salmon Toast w ginseng
    cream cheese & pickled fennel

…as well as a full drinks menu w cold-pressed juices, coffees and
iced drinks … and special brunch cocktails, such as:

  • Our Orange Mimosa
  • Espresso Martinis
  • The Gin’n’Juice
  • Pineapple Punch
  • The Bloody Mary

*Kids Menu also available


7AD’s Musos in the Mall                                                       

Saturday 27 July, 10am – 12noon

Rooke Street Mall



Experience the vibrant sounds of jazz at 7AD’s Musos in the Mall right in the heart of the city. Stroll through the Rooke Street Mall and enjoy upbeat and energetic rhythms of the Deloraine Big Band, children’s activities and roaming characters. Supporting Koinz 4 Kidz.


Come and soak up the atmosphere, tap your feet to the beat, and let the music transport you. It’s a fantastic opportunity to enjoy live jazz in a casual and accessible setting. Don’t miss this chance to experience the magic of Devonport Jazz!



Jazz MAD in the Pavilion                                                      

Saturday 27 July, 12 – 6pm

Market Square Pavilion, 13-17 Oldaker Street, Devonport

Free entry


A free “drop-in” performance venue, festival goers can appreciate some local talent with performances from bands, choirs, vocal groups and dancers at Jazz MAD in the Pavilion.

Enjoy something to eat from the on-site vendors and food trucks, have a dance, challenge your friends to a game or find a treasure. Jazz MAD in the Pavilion includes a dance floor, games library, and a jam-packed program by Sync or Swing, Crescendo, Alexandra Rose Entertainment & Arts, Latrobe Federal Band, Mersey Singers, Ulverstone Municipal Band, Tasmanian Performing Arts Centre, Geneva College, Devonport Brass, Exhale Choir, and the Elizabeth College Stage Band.

Saturday’s program includes a pop-up vinyl record fair. 



Delightful Divas

Saturday 27 July, 10.30am – 12.30pm

Town Hall Theatre, paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

$25 per person

Festival paranaple pass holders – free entry          

Bookings at paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

(03) 6420 2900 or online


Experience the unforgettable Delightful Divas, celebrating the iconic songs that have shaped jazz. Immerse yourself in the stories of trailblazing women like Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’Day, Carmen McRae, Doris Day, Shirley Horn, Eva Cassidy, and Aretha Franklin.

Featuring Tasmania’s finest musicians, Kaye Payne (vocals), Randal Muir (piano), Spike Mason (reeds) and Bruce Innocent (drums), don’t miss this enchanting concert paying tribute to the extraordinary women of jazz.


Jazz Eclectic at Molly Malones         

Saturday 27 July, 12.00 – 2.00pm

Molly Malones Irish Pub

34 Best Street, Devonport

Free entry

Meal booking essential (03) 6328 3367

Guaranteed tables for booked diners only


Brisbane band Jazz Eclectic, formed through a common desire to create music that is familiar yet intimate, while allowing for creativity and experimentation. They bring a wealth of experience, having separately performed around the world, especially in Southeast Asia. The smooth tones and intricate yet dynamic blend of all instruments that is Jazz Eclectic will captivate and delight you.


Relaxed Performance – Blues Point

Saturday 27 July, 2 – 2.45pm

Town Hall Theatre, paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

$10 per person

Festival paranaple pass holders – free entry          

Bookings at paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

(03) 6420 2900 or online 


Immerse yourself in the sensory-friendly atmosphere of a relaxed performance by Sydney’s Blues Point vocal group. This group mixes jazz vocal harmony with a walking bass and loads of humour! A bit different and something wonderful! 


During this concert, Blues Point takes special care to create a sensory-friendly experience. The volume levels are adjusted to ensure a comfortable sound range, and the lighting is kept soft and consistent, avoiding sudden or intense changes. This is an opportunity to connect with the music, embrace the moment, and experience the joy of live performance in a way that respects and caters to individual sensory sensitivities.


Prepare for your visit with the Relaxed Performance Visual Story here.



Tranquilles High Tea with Mama Alto

Saturday 27 July, 1 – 4pm

Tranquilles, 9 Gumbowie Drive, Port Sorell

$45 per person includes high tea, tea and coffee

Fully licensed for the purchase of other drinks

Bookings on 6428 7555 or email


Immerse yourself in an unforgettable afternoon of indulgence as Tranquilles presents a Jazz High Tea experience. Join us for a harmonious rendezvous of exquisite flavours, enchanting jazz music, and the liquid velvet voice of Melbourne’s Mama Alto.


As you savour the four-course menu, prepared with utmost artistry, be serenaded by the cool jazz melodies that resonate throughout the venue. Traversing smoky torch songs, sumptuous jazz ballads and luscious vocals, Mama Alto’s repertoire holds both familiar melodies and unexpected morsels


Tranquilles, set amidst 3 acres of picturesque gardens and natural bush, provides the perfect ambiance for this extraordinary event.



King Cake at The Alex

Saturday 27 July, 2 – 4pm

The Alex Hotel, 78 Formby Road, Devonport

Free. Standing room. Limited seating

Under 18s must be accompanied


After a little time out of the kitchen, funky jazz and blues group King Cake, have reignited the flame to cook up some fresh soul food. In addition to their usual fare, jump blues and New Orleans funk, King Cake will be delving into the rich organ jazz repertoire of the 60’s chitlin’ circuit.



Double Entendre Celebrates Rogers and Hart

Saturday 27 July, 5 – 6pm

Town Hall Theatre, paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

$20 per person

Festival paranaple pass holders – free entry          

Bookings at paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

(03) 6420 2900 or online

Join us for an extraordinary concert with Double Entendre as they celebrate the timeless music of the legendary duo Rogers and Hart. Internationally acclaimed masters Craig Scott (double bass) and Peter Locke (piano) will enchant audiences with captivating renditions of classic standards like “My Funny Valentine,” “My Romance,” and “Blue Moon.” Experience the unique connection and musical serendipities that only these virtuosos can create, bringing to life the sophisticated melodies that have defined American musical history. Don’t miss this special tribute to one of the most influential songwriting partnerships of all time!



EC Jazz Custodians at The Central

Saturday 27 July, 5 – 7pm

The Central Bar, 80-82 Formby Road, Devonport


Under 18s must be accompanied. No under 18s after 9pm.

Full bar facilities. Bar style snacks and pizzas available to purchase from 5-8.30pm.


Don’t miss this unforgettable session at the Formby Hotel with the EC Jazz Custodians, a dynamic group of year 11 and 12 students from Elizabeth College. Formed in early 2024, these talented young musicians from diverse musical backgrounds have united through their shared love of jazz and improvisation. Their upcoming concert promises to be a thrilling journey through the works of legendary composers like Herbie Hancock, Bill Evans, Thelonious Monk, and more. Witness their synergistic approach as they bring these classics to life, keeping the forces of darkness at bay with their vibrant, soulful performances. Don’t miss this celebration of jazz and youthful creativity at The Central!



Dinner & Show with In the Groove

Saturday 27 July, 5.30 – 9.30pm

Marion Storm Café, 6 Gloucester Avenue, Devonport 

$60 per person

Signature Selection Menu

Bookings: 0434919438 or email by Sunday 21 July


Join us for an unforgettable evening of jazz and culinary delights at Marion Storm Cafe! Featuring the acclaimed vocal group, In the Groove, who have been enchanting local audiences for over a decade. Initially planning just one performance, their passion and joy for music have kept them entertaining us with their diverse repertoire ever since. From jazz and pop to country, folk, and even opera and classical, their special talent for a cappella is sure to leave you with a song in your heart and a smile on your face. Don’t miss this harmonious blend of great music and a signature selection menu!


Appetiser: Warm Bread w Dukkah Olive Oil on arrival

Mains: Choice of the following:

  • Garlic & rosemary chicken with mushroom, leek & parmesan risotto
  • Lamb Shanks with Massaman Curry & Sweet Potato
  • Vegetarian Option: Mushroom, leek & parmesan risotto with roasted sweet potato

Dessert: choice of the following:

  • Baked Lemon Tart with meringue & berries
  • Cheese Plate for one with strawberries & pear, dark chocolate, walnuts, pistachio & lavosh crackers
  • Chocolate Raspberry Brownie with double cream & berries
*Kids Menu also available

New Songs of Modern Jazz

Saturday 27 July, 7 – 9pm

Port Sorell Surf Life Saving Club, 1 Dumbleton Street, Hawley Beach

$25 per person

Bookings essential via call or text message to 0448819848. Payment at the door. Eftpos available

Guests welcome to bring own nibbles. No BYO drinks.

The Port Sorell Surf Life Saving Club offers a fully licensed bar from 6pm.


Join us for an unforgettable showcase of Northwest Tasmanian talent. Sophie Leslie and ade ishs present a captivating selection of music inspired by Esperanza Spalding, Norah Jones, Becca Stevens and Diana Krall. Sophie’s soulful interpretations will blend with vibrant jazz-funk and smooth, heartfelt melodies. This musical journey promises to enchant and inspire, highlighting the diverse and dynamic world of modern jazz while paying tribute to its roots in blues and folk. The show will feature some incredible original compositions from ade ishs and Nick Hart.



Jazz ‘n’ Bowl

Saturday 27 July, 7.00 – 9.30pm

Devonport Ten Pin Bowl, 103 William Street, Devonport


No bookings required to listen to the Jazz

For bowling lane, karaoke or escape room bookings call (03) 6447 1163


Get ready to unwind as Brisbane-based Jazz Eclectic brings their relaxed and vibrant sound to Devonport Ten Pin Bowl! With mellow saxophones, groovin’ guitar, soothing tabla, and rhythmic congas, Jazz Eclectic delivers everything from classic jazz and Latin vibes to chilled-out reimaginations of rock and pop favourites.


Formed from a shared love of blending familiar tunes with creative twists, this laid-back group draws on their rich global performance experience, especially in Southeast Asia. Their smooth, easy-going style and intricate rhythms are sure to delight. 


Enjoy listening to this laid-back band in the lounge or as you play a game of ten pin with friends.



King Cake at Empress

Saturday 27 July, 7 – 10pm

Empress Craft Beer Bar, Hill Street Complex, 48 – 54 Oldaker Street, Devonport

Free entry

Extensive bar available


King Cake is back with a sizzle! After a brief hiatus, this funky jazz and blues band is ready to serve up a fresh feast for your soul. Alongside their signature jump blues and New Orleans funk, they’re diving into the rich organ jazz repertoire of the 60’s chitlin circuit.


The 1960s chitlin circuit was a vibrant scene that showcased legendary talents like B.B. King, Ray Charles, Muddy Waters, and Jimmy Smith. Get ready for an unforgettable night of jazz, blues, and soul crossovers, brought to life by the dynamic sounds of King Cake. Don’t miss out!

At Empress Craft Beer Bar, discover a wide range of craft beers, Tasmanian wines, and bespoke spirits. Choose from our selection of 14 beers and ciders on tap or explore our extensive collection of 150 unique beers in bottles and cans, showcasing the best brews from around the world. Join us for an evening of timeless music and exceptional libations.



Blues Point Vocal Group featuring Sam Rollings on guitar

Saturday 27 July, 8 – 10pm

Town Hall Theatre, paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

$30 per person

Festival paranaple pass holders – free entry          

Bookings at paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

(03) 6420 2900 or online


Get ready for an unforgettable night as the Blues Point vocal group takes the stage, blending jazz vocal harmony with a walking bass and a delightful dose of humour!

The dynamic Blues Point vocal group showcases the vocal talents of Lorraine Silk, Lauren Dawes, George Washingmachine, bassist Karl Dunnicliffe, and the remarkable Sam Rollings on guitar.

From timeless jazz standards by Irving Berlin and Gershwin to the iconic hits of Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Joe Cocker, Queen, and Adele, each song has been beautifully arranged by some of Australia’s top arrangers, including Judy Bailey, Julian Lee, George Brodbeck, and Bill Risby.

This is not just a concert; it’s a one-of-a-kind musical experience! Don’t miss out on this captivating and wonderfully unique performance.




Jazz MAD in the Pavilion – supported by SeaFM

Sunday 28 July, 10am – 3pm

Market Square Pavilion, 13-17 Oldaker Street, Devonport

Free entry


Jazz MAD in the Pavilion is an eclectic celebration of community, young people, and jazz music. This free showcase features emerging artists from our region – musicians, artists, and dancers as well as some established community performing groups. Featuring Elizabeth College Stage Band, Ulverstone Secondary College, Don College, Tech Steps, EC Jazz Custodians, Green Onion Jam.

Hosted by the team from Sea FM with a live radio broadcast from 10am-2pm.



Workshop – Sing & Swing with Blues Point vocal group 

Sunday 28 July, 11am – 12.30pm

Town Hall Theatre, paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

$20 per person

Festival paranaple pass holders – free entry          

Bookings at paranaple arts centre, 145 Rooke Street, Devonport

(03) 6420 2900 or online


Join the Blues Point Vocal Group for an unforgettable musical experience at Sing & Swing with Blues Point! This lively vocal workshop is all about having fun and making music together. Whether you’re a seasoned singer or just love to sing in the shower, this event is perfect for you.


What to Expect:

  • Warm-Up Exercises: Kick off with dynamic warm-ups to get your voice in shape.
  • Scat Singing Fun: Dive into scat singing, where you’ll have the chance to mimic the pros and even try it out yourself if you’re feeling brave!
  • Harmony & Chords: Learn the art of holding chords in parts and discover the beauty of vocal harmonies.
  • Sing in Parts: We’ll teach you a few contemporary songs in parts, culminating in a fantastic group performance.
  • Live Accompaniment: Sing along with live accompaniment by the talented Sam and Brendan, adding a rich, professional touch to your experience. Bring a chord chart for the musicians if you would like to give this a try.


Who Should Attend:

This workshop is open to people of all vocal ranges who have a passion for contemporary music. Some basic reading skills would be beneficial but not essential. Whether you’re a bass, tenor, alto, or soprano, there’s a place for you in our harmonious gathering.


Come and join us for a session filled with laughter, learning, and lots of singing. Let’s make some music and create beautiful harmonies together at Sing & Swing with Blues Point!


Kaye Payne’s Presidential Suite at the RSL                         

Sunday 28 July, Lunch bookings from 11.30-1.30pm, music from 2-4pm

Devonport RSL Sub-branch, 16-18 Macfie Street, Devonport

$50 per person/ $20 Children under 12 – 2-course buffet & show

$10 per person show only. Children under 12 free

Doors open at 1.30pm for people attending the band but not booked for a meal

Meal bookings essential (03) 6424 2673

Table Bookings for diners only, Dance Floor available only after the buffet

Off street parking


Join us for an afternoon of romance, memories, and smooth rhythms with the Presidential Suite, featuring Tasmania’s renowned Jazz/Blues singer, Kaye Payne. Enjoy popular music from the 1900s to the 1940s, brought to life by Kaye’s pure voice and captivating stage presence.


Kaye is joined by a stellar ensemble: Spike Mason on saxophone, Randall Muir on piano, and Bruce Innocent on drums. Together, they blend to deliver the ultimate in classic mainstream jazz. Experience an exquisite journey of music for your mind and soul with the sophisticated sounds of Presidential Suite.




Mr. Good Guy presents Dumplings & Double Bass

Sunday 28 July, 12 – 2pm

Mr Good Guy, Novotel, 2 Best Street, Devonport

$65 per person includes brunch and entertainment

Bookings online via Mr Good Guy website or phone (03) 6420 5500

Bar facilities available 


Delight in delectable Southeast Asian dumplings and buns while enjoying the enchanting synergy of jazz duo Double Entendre.


The Jazz duo, Peter Locke and Craig Scott, will take our guests on a musical journey through the heart of jazz. Locke’s masterful playing and deep understanding of jazz tradition, paired with Scott’s harmonious blend of rhythm and melody on bass, promise a mesmerizing performance. With over 40 years of collaboration, Locke, a revered jazz pianist, and Scott, a seasoned double bassist, craft an unforgettable musical experience.


Guests will indulge in a delicious dumpling menu featuring everyone’s favourite steamed dumplings and buns, along with Mr. Good Guy’s crowd-pleasers: satay chicken skewers, lamb ribs, veggie stir fries, and more.



Mama Alto at the Tasmanian Arboretum

Sunday 28 July, 1 – 3pm

46 Old Tramway Road, Eugenana

$15 entry. Door sales only


Mama Alto is a jazz singer, cabaret artiste and gender transcendent diva. Her liquid velvet voice comes to the fore in stunning and beguiling interpretations that turn already rich material inside-out. With her soaring voice, exquisite sense of musicality and wondrously statuesque stage presence, Mama Alto continues to establish herself as one of Australia’s pre-eminent interpreters of the art of torch singing. Enigmatic, multifaceted and resplendent, her weaving of song and story, triumph and tragedy, poignancy and pathos make for an unforgettable musical experience.



Blues Point Vocal Group presented by Live @ The Wharf Inc                                

Sunday 28 July, 3.30 – 5.30pm (Doors open at 3pm)

The Wharf, Ulverstone Wharf Precinct, Ulverstone

$20 per person. Door sales only, cash preferred

Bar facilities available


Join us for a laid-back and fun-filled afternoon with the Blues Point vocal group! Enjoy their smooth jazz vocal harmonies, catchy walking bass lines, and a sprinkle of humour.


Featuring the vocal talents of Lorraine Silk, Lauren Dawes, and George Washingmachine, along with bassist Karl Dunnicliffe and the amazing guitarist Sam Rollings, Blues Point is set to deliver a lively performance.


This isn’t just a concert—it’s a relaxed and unique musical experience. Don’t miss out on this fantastic afternoon at the grand finale of the Devonport Jazz 2024!

News & Announcements


Find out more about what’s happening as part of this year’s LuminoCity festival here

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Sing & Swing with Blues Point vocal group 

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Jazz Sensation Emma Pask to Perform at Devonport Jazz in July

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