BJ Fest- Music brings harmony to the world.
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Drinks and coffee

Had a long day? We offer you the best space for both hot and cold drinks

Food and sweets

We are the king, be it sweets or savories. Dine here once, and save the experience for life!

Jazz and blues

This place is not just for foodies but also for party animals. Exciting, isn’t it? Pack your stuff and land here right now!

Stevie Wonder

New Orleans Legacy Band
 Jonny Lang


Jazz Artists for Your Wedding

If you love jazz you should consider the people below for your wedding. Communicate with your planner and let them know your choices and that Jazz is what you want. When we used our wedding planner san jose, they got everything sorted.


Ben Cummings (trumpet) has established a formidable reputation as one of Britain’s finest trumpet players. He enjoys a highly successful career as a full time musician, having played with Jacqui Dankworth, Jamie Cullum, Big Buzzard Boogie Band, NYJO, the Brass Volcanoes, Roberto Plas and his Latin Jazz Ensemble, Snowboy and the Latin Section, Bad Manners, the Humphrey Littleton band, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra. Influences include Chet Baker, Clark Terry and Bob Brookmeyer. Hear him at Bude this year with his own band, The Big Beat, and with Keith Nichols’ Jazz away From Home.


He has played on various stages such as The Royal Albert Hall and BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night. Ben’s innate sense of swing rhythm (something which often eludes classical players) stems from those early listening sessions – and his various awards bear testimony to his abilities. He is the first call jazz violinist for many of the North’s top bands and studios.


Ceri Williams (trumpet) studied at the Welsh College of Music & Drama where he became very adept at table football and pool. He has played across all musical genres but is now firmly entrenched in the field of jazz. He started with the Intercity Jazz Band in Birmingham, and he has enjoyed stints with the Beachcombers, Henry’s Bootblacks, the Keith Little Band and a whole host of others. He currently has a few projects on the go: The Good Ol’ Spit and Dribble Jass Band, Checkin’ Out Chet and his contemporary band, Xtete. Now one of Britain’s top trumpet players, Ceri joins Jeff Barnhart’s British Band at Bude this year.


Solo pianist and vocalist


Cornwall’s favourite jazz band for church services


Formed in 2004, the Classic Jazz Orchestra’s mission is to explore the faboulously varied back-catalogue of jazz in an informative, entertaining and professional way. Its remit, however, is to re-interpret, not replicate, jazz styles covering the period from the early 1900s to about 1970. In the first couple of years of its existence, CJO has performed mainly in jazz clubs and festivals, but following the release of its first CD and its enthusiastic endorsement by Humphrey Lyttelton on his BBC Radio2 programme, there is growing interest from theatres, Arts Centres and general music festivals. The band’s first CD, Jelly’s New Clothes, is an innovative and fresh re-examination of some of the works of the first great composer of jazz – Jelly Roll Morton. Indeed, in a remarkably short period, CJO has become established as one of the World’s leading interpreters of Morton’s music, and while that remains the cornerstone of its repertoire, there is also a wealth of material in its library covering such diverse talents as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Bix Beiderbecke, Benny Carter, Benny Goodman, Bob Crosby, Slide Hampton etc. Its breadth of repertoire means that the CJO is ideally placed to present a series of themed programmes without any repetition.

How to make Music Festivals more Fun

How to make Music Festivals more Fun

Most of the music festivals usually last for about 2 to 3 days. Thus you need to make sure that you have things planned to keep yourself entertained. The crowd can get crazy with excitement, and the weather might not be reliable, and you will need to know few hacks to handle and manage such situations:

How to make Music Festivals more Fun

Making friends:

Try to make friends with the people who are near you. When you get to know people, you start to build a sense of community, and you tend to look out for each other. If you run out of supplies or need something, you can get it from them.

Be mentally prepared to face the weather conditions:

Weather conditions are something which cannot be predicted. Thus you need to be prepared for anything. You can take an extra pair of boots which you can wear if it rains. Some nights can get quite chilly, and you need to make sure that you have proper clothing to keep you warm in the night.

Get a portable charger:

Your phone will definitely run out of battery, and you need to take portable chargers with which you can charge your phone. Having a dead phone can be frustrating thus you need to carry a battery which could power up your devices.

Go easy on alcohol:

You can booze and have fun, but you don’t want to be hung-over when your favourite music band is playing. Try to keep it light so that you will not fall sick.

Make your campsite to standout:

As the music event is usually going to be for about 2 to 3 days, you will have to set a camp to stay. There will be plenty of others in that place with various tents. You can have a little fun by decorating your tents so that it stands out.

Invest in a good quality tent:

You will want a tent which protects you from the hot sun in the afternoon and the cold winds in the nights. At the end of the day, you will need a proper place to sleep to be energetic the next day. You can take a blow up mattress or a sleeping pad as it will be more comfortable for you.

Sunscreens and sunglasses:

If you know that the music festival that you are attending is going to be in a sunny plane, then you must apply sunscreens on your body as you will have to stand under the sun for a long time. Having sunglasses can protect your eyes.

Keep yourself dehydrated:

Drinking enough water is quite essential. You might have to stand for a long time, and there are chances that your body might get dehydrated if you do not drink enough water.

Picking up trash:

You can consider picking up the trash from your campsite and keep it clean. When others see you, they will be motivated to clean their campsite too.

Facts about Music Festivals

Facts about Music Festivals

Music Festivals are community events which are conducted to present a particular genre, nationality, locality and even gender. Most of the music festivals are associated with charitable causes while others are mainly held to showcase the talent of young and amateur musicians. The following are some of the interesting facts about music festivals.

Facts about Music Festivals

Vast crowd:

Most of the music festivals are filled with people, and you hardly have any space to stand in the festival. In America, a total of about 32 million people attend music festivals each year. The age group of these people fall between 18 and 34.

Music Festivals have been around for a long time:

Most of us think that music festivals are a new phenomenon and that it is gaining so much popularity in the recent days, but they have been around for a long time. People say that one of the earliest music festivals was the Pythian Games and it was held around 582 BC. The festival was believed to be held to please the Greek God, Apollo. There was another music festival that was conducted to celebrate the Franco-Prussian war. In the year 1938, Swing concerts were undertaken to bring out African-American music.

Woodstock festival:

In the year 1969, a music festival was conducted, and it had brilliant musicians like Santana, Jimi Hendrix, the Who etc. The Woodstock festival is often viewed as a representation of a counter-culture movement. The event lasted for about four days, and there were half a million people were at the festival. It is also known that no violence was ever reported in that gathering.

Bob Dylan got booed at a Folk music festival:

Bob Dylan, in the year 1965 happened to play at the Newport festival which was supposed to focus mainly on Folk music. He came out with his electric guitar, and the audience booed him for bringing a rock and roll sound into a Folk music festival.

Live Aid:

Live Aid music festival was conducted in two parts of the world, and it was mainly held to raise money for the Ethiopian famine. One of the concerts was held in London, and the other was held in Philadelphia. Both the concerts were held at the same time, and they were telecasted live on the television, and the feed would switch between the two shows.

Hologram with Tupac Shakur:

During a Coachella music festival, Dr Dre had performed alongside with a hologram of Tupac which was an optical illusion and people at the music festival went crazy over the performance.

Quiet music festival:

Music festivals always have a unique theme or a purpose. The music festival at Portland has quiet music. Rather than playing loud rock and heavy metal music, the event focuses on playing quiet and soft music which is soothing to the mind.