Hi Paris Smooth Jazz Festival 2024, Greetings from the pacific and hope this mail finds you well. I’m a flute player, recording smooth Jazz artist from Papua New Guinea, a small island country north of Australia. Iam very interested and would love to participate and perform my pacific smooth jazz songs/tracks at the festival 2024.
I purchased brunch tickets. Is this event still happening since the venue has changed?
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