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Dingo Creek Jazz & Blues Festival

Dingo Creek Jazz & Blues Festival

Dingo Creek Jazz & Blues Festival

Dingo Creek Jazz & Blues Festival
 Jazz & Blues Festival Dingo Creek Australia
Dingo Creek Australia  Jazz & Blues Festival
Australia blues festival

Dingo Creek Jazz & Blues - What, where & when:
Dingo Creek Wine, Jazz & Blues Festival is a showcase of music raising funds for charity. A relaxing atmosphere set in the lush Noosa hinterland, this festival weekend of great blues, spectacular jazz, delicious foods and home-grown Queensland wines is held at at Dingo Creek Vineyard, Traveston.

2012 Festival
October 19-21.
Artists performing: James Morrison, Wendy Matthews, Haight Ashbury Song Show, Backsliders, Mark Easton, Liam Burrows, Daniel Champagne, Pete Cullen, Lil Fi, Cousin Alice, John Morrison, Gregory Page, Barry Charles, The Wizard and Oz, Sassy Jazz, BSB Swing!, Zephyr Project, Navy Band and Band of Blue.

History & Charity
David and Marg Gillespie began this festival in 2002 to commemorate what would have been their daughter, Rachel's 21st birthday, who they lost to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Since then they have raised more than $90,000 for SIDS and Kids Qld.

With David and Marg's retirement from Dingo Creek Jazz & Blues Festival, Gympie Rotary has agreed to take on the management of this event with all proceeds going to community charities and keeping with festival tradition, SIDS will be the major benefactor.

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