Photos from Duck Jazz Festival

The Duck Jazz Festival is one of the best experiences we have had as a band – this community cares about jazz and puts on a thoughtful and perfectly executed event that draws jazz fans and music lovers from the outer banks of North Carolina and beyond. Thanks so much to the Town of Duck for creating such a fantastic music festival and inviting us to be a part of it!

Thanks to Alexandrea Lassiter of Dtownperspective for taking almost all of these photos and documenting our trip!

The jam session on Saturday night of the festival.

The jam session on Saturday night of the festival at The Blue Point.

There are wild horses statues throughout Duck, in honor of the wild horses that roam the dunes on the outer banks.

There are wild horses statues throughout Duck, in honor of the wild horses that roam the dunes on the outer banks.

Duck Donuts across from our hotel!

Duck Donuts across from our hotel!

Setting up at the Duck Jazz Festival main stage.

Setting up at the Duck Jazz Festival main stage.

Performing Ducky Wucky at the Duck Jazz Festival!

Performing Ducky Wucky at the Duck Jazz Festival!

A full band shot.

A full band shot.

The crowded lawn at the Duck Jazz Festival.

The crowded lawn at the Duck Jazz Festival.

Signing autographs at the merch table after our performance.

Signing autographs at the merch table after our performance.

Our trumpeter Paul Rogers signs a Duck Jazz Festival poster, featuring the silhouette of Maceo Parker, the festival headliner.

Our trumpeter Paul Rogers signs a Duck Jazz Festival poster, featuring the silhouette of Maceo Parker, the festival headliner.

That's a wrap - love you, Duck!

That’s a wrap – love you, Duck!

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About Lindy Shopper

Vintage jazz dancer, DJ, songbird, blogger

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