Shirazz at Music in Gardens
Music in the Gardens returns on Sunday 18 October from 1pm-3pm when Shirazz a six-piece jazz and Dixieland band perform in Albury Botanic Gardens.
A free open-air concert series staged by AlburyCity, Music in the Gardens has entertained more than 15,000 people since it started three years ago.
AlburyCity Mayor Henk van de Ven said Music in the Gardens had become one of the most popular Spring activities in Albury.
"Thousands of people enjoy these free concerts in our beautiful botanic gardens every Spring. So don't miss out, come along and listen to Shirazz on Sunday," Cr van de Ven said.
AlburyCity's Events Team Leader Ros Walls invited everyone to come and spend the afternoon with Shirazz in the gardens.
"Shirazz's heady mix of hot trad jazz and swampy street beats create a jazz flavour like no other," Ms Walls said.
"Pack a picnic, relax on the lawn and enjoy the wonderful music in beautiful surrounds."
Food will be available and BYO alcohol is permitted. Music in the Gardens is a smoke-free event.
A limited number of chairs and tables are provided, but there is ample space for your own picnic rug, chairs and cushions.
The Music in the Gardens series is presented by AlburyCity and Johnsons MME.
Albury Botanic Gardens is in Wodonga Place, Albury.