Port Orange Lakeside Jazz Fest April 21 & 22

By HENRY FREDERICK
Headline Surfer

PORT ORANGE, Fla. -- Mark your calendar for the Port Orange Lakeside Jazz Fest on April 21 & 22.

It's a free Fcommunity-sponsored event for a weekend of Jazz entertainment, workshops and featured jazz groups.

This two-day jazz education event at 2001 City Center Circle in Port Orange benefits middle school, high school and university students to help provide outstanding adjudication and professional jazz performances. All profits are given as financial scholarships for summer leadership and music camps to the underclassmen music students of Atlantic High, Spruce Creek High and Warner Christian Academy. 

This two-day jazz education event at 2001 City Center Circle in Port Orange benefits middle school, high school and university students to help provide outstanding adjudication and professional jazz performances. All profits are given as financial scholarships for summer leadership and music camps to the underclassmen music students of Atlantic High, Spruce Creek High and Warner Christian Academy. 

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