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Festivities kick off on Friday night with a formal dinner dance to the sounds of Michael McQuaid and his Red Hot Rhythmakers, supported by renowned jazz pianist Bruce Gourlay.
A jumping, jam-packed weekend program also includes a Saturday night jam session, which sounds like a bunch of fun, and a Sunday morning service at 10am at the Baptist Church in Cowes, featuring jazz pianist Andy Vance and trumpeter Greg Ambroisine.
If you've not been to a Sunday morning service at a music festival, trust me in saying you're in for a real treat. They make for a highly uplifting experience.
The resort itself, at which I've had the pleasure of staying before, is environmentally sustainable, peaceful and pretty as a picture. It makes a great venue for a great event - and has a restaurant featuring wood-fired pizzas to boot!