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14th annual DjangoFest Northwest deemed a success

Band of brothers Stochelo and Mozes Rosenberg performed with bassist Simon Planting at DjangoFest Northwest at the Langley Middle School auditorium Saturday evening. - Kate Daniel  / The Record
  • Sep 24, 2014 at 10:00AM

Langley was abuzz with Dionysian energy during the 14th DjangoFest Northwest this past week. The festival, which took place Sept. 17-21, drew an estimated 3,000 people who relished in the musical artistry of Gypsy Jazz performers from around the world, including nightly shows, daily workshops and numerous impromptu jams throughout Langley.

 

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