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Dinner Jazz at Le Monde

Molly Duncan and Roger Ball, featuring Hamish Stuart. Please book directly with Le Monde 0131 270 3900. Three of the original members of Average White Band get together for a special set of classic soul, funk and jazz. Molly and Roger are playing great saxophone right now, and they’ve teamed with former AWB singer and…

Le Monde, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

Dirty Martini

£42.50 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

  • 19:30 – 21:00

Ben Prestage

Ben Prestage "preachin" the blues like only he can!

Tron Kirk, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£6 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The Festival Wheel

Underbelly Located in the heart of the city centre at East Princes Street Gardens, the newest addition to Edinburgh's Festival season provides unrivalled views of Edinburgh's Old and New Towns from the comfort of a fully enclosed pod. Take a ride on the Festival Wheel and you'll also hear extracts of shows from…

The Festival Wheel, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£8 (£6)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Napier University Jazz Summer School

An opportunity to see and hear some jazz stars in the making, as the summer school students showcase their newly acquired skills. Led by Haftor Medboe.

Assembly George Square, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

Spiegeltent

£5 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Niki King: The Songs of Duke Ellington

Smart, sultry and stylish singer, Niki King, pays homage to the musical genius of Duke Ellington with a set of timeless classics such as “I’ve Got It Bad”, “Do Nothin’ Til You Hear From Me”, “Solitude”, “Sophisticated Lady”, “It Don’t Mean A Thing”.

Bristo Hall, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£15 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

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Jazz Daniel Puddlers

We welcome back the great French hot jazz band playing their award winning New Orleans and classic jazz from the 1920’s - music by Clarence Williams, Johnny Dodds etc – with real verve and panache. Age restriction: 14+

Heriot's Rugby Club, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Pal Nyberg Quartet

Walking into the best jazz club in Stockholm, you can find stunning bands that you’ve never heard of, and here’s our discovery – Pal Nyberg. Fiery, but slick new jazz, made from the bop tradition, swinging, hot and exciting. Age restriction: 14+

The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£10 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Black Diamond Express

Swaggering energy of railroad blues, delivered by a sharp suited band who combine slide guitar, blues harp, and fiddle, over the traditional blues line-up. Age restriction: 18+

Tron Kirk, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£10 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

We Love Oscar!

Commonwealth Jazz Orchestra directed by James Morrison. Plays Oscar Peterson /Count Basie Music. Brian Kellock meets Oscar’s Trio: Dave Young, Terry Clarke. A night to salute the greatest Commonwealth jazz musician: Oscar Peterson. Canadian born from West Indian parents, Peterson was a giant amongst piano players.

Edinburgh Festival Theatre

Fri 25 Jul

£15–£25 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Alison Affleck & Vieux Carre / Mike Hart All Star Band

An evening of traditional jazz and swing. Singer, Alison Affleck leads one of the hottest new bands on the scene. Upbeat and fun; from 1920’s jazz, and tin pan alley, to the Great American songbook. Jazz Festival Founding Director, banjo and guitar player, Mike Hart MBE, fronts a special band packed with solo fireworks…

Assembly George Square, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

Spiegeltent

£12 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

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Edith Budge

The singer with the big bright sound and warm heart invests real charm in the great American songbook.

Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£10 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Grooveyard

Malcolm McFarlane’s superhot organ/guitar/sax/drums band treats us to some classic soul-jazz grooves and great soloing – just like Lou Donaldson or Stanley Turrentine

Tron Kirk, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£6 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

James Harman & Dana Dixon Band

Blues harmonica double dynamite. Rollicking, low-down, juke-joint blues as legendary Alabaman harmonica player and singer, James Harman joins local blues heroes: Dave and Dana Dixon. They’ll tear through a set of roadhouse blues, featuring trademark gritty, harp and guitar licks.

Assembly George Square, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

Spiegeltent

£10 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Jupiter Artland

The celebrated outdoor sculpture park opens its doors for the fifth summer season with works on show by Anya Gallacio, Andy Goldsworthy, Henry Castle, Antony Gormley, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Charles Jencks, Anish Kapoor, Cornelia Parker and others.

Jupiter Artland, Wilkieston

Fri 25 Jul

£8.50 (Children £4.50; Family £23.50–£31.50; Seniors £6; Students £4.50; under 6s & disabled badge holders free) / 01506 889900

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Martin Taylor Great Guitars

With Christian Escoude and Ulf Wakenius. Three jazz guitar giants brought together by Scotland’s finest. Martin boasts an almost superhuman fluency, his astounding technique weaving melody into endlessly varied patterns. Christian Escoudé is the grand master of bright incisive melodic phrasing. His bop flows from the same…

The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£20–£25 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

SCO VIBE with Stephen Walker

SCO VIBE is the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s fusion orchestra for young musicians from across Edinburgh. The band compose and perform their own music working alongside world class musicians, creating a unique sound which incorporates jazz grooves, neo-classicism and world music. Tonight their special guest is star New…

The Studio at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre

Fri 25 Jul

£5 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Seaside Skiffle

The 50’s relived. Lonnie Donegan rides again with Scotland’s top skiffle band.

Tron Kirk, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Jul

£5 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.