It’s been a long wait since the last Cork Jazz back in 2019, but the beloved festival is finally back, and this year’s line-up is nothing short of incredible.
The easing of Covid restrictions couldn’t have come at a better time as the festival is set to take place from October 22-25, and organisers have been working hard this year to bring us some top-notch international acts.
THE WAIT IS OVER! FESTIVAL MAGIC IS BACK AS THE GUINNESS CORK JAZZ FESTIVAL LINE-UP IS HERE 🎉
Experience the buzz of performers coming on stage again, the hush through the pub as they then start to play, before the crowd erupts; Get your tickets at https://t.co/vDt7aanFjt pic.twitter.com/jvRO3jywGW
— Guinness Cork Jazz (@corkjazzfest) September 30, 2021
The festival, which will be the first major event in Ireland in over 18 months, is one that has been attracting thousands of music fans to the city each year, since the very first Cork Jazz way back in 1978.
One of the main headliners include the incredibly talented Matthew Halsall, a Manchester-based musician who has played a huge part of a major jazz revival in the UK.
Tickets are on sale now, and you can check out the full festival schedule below:
|22/10 – 17:45||MåsExödus ft. Hypnotic Brass||Everyman Theatre||Book|
|22/10 – 20:00||Paul Dunlea + Cormac McCarthy||Triskel Arts Centre||Book|
|22/10 – 21:45||Matthew Halsall||Everyman Theatre||Book|
|23/10 – 23:30||Jenny Greene + Generic People||Cork Opera House||Book|
|24/10 – 14:30||Xenia Pestova Bennet||Triskel Arts Centre||Book|
|24/10 – 17:45||Hypnotic Brass Ensemble||Everyman Theatre||Book|
|24/10 – 19:00||Block Rockin’ Beats||Cork Opera House||Book|
|24/10 – 20:00||Kit Downes||Triskel Arts Centre||Book|
|24/10 – 23:30||King Kong Company||Cork Opera House||Book|
|25/10 – 19:00||Yasiin Bey Big Band||Cork Opera House||Book|
|27/10 – 20:00||Bird on the Wire||Cork Opera House||Book|