Conscia Jazz Presents: The Bedford Jazz Festival 2016


Tom-196x300Hi Everyone!

As most of you will know, we are having a few months off of our regular events. This is because we are very busy organising this year’s ‘Conscia Jazz Presents: The Bedford Jazz Festival 2016’, and I am very pleased to announce this today.

Above is confirmation of our ‘Main Stage’ acts and our Headline acts for this year’s festival! I feel very lucky to have these musicians coming to Bedford to perform, and I cannot wait for the weekend of March 19th to come around. I am also pleased to let you know, that tickets are on sale now for the ‘Main Stage’ at

As well as selling tickets for each individual event, we also have ‘Main Stage Passes’. These allow you to go to all four events on the ‘Main Stage’ on that given day with just one ticket; at just £29 for adults, and £21 for students! Tickets will be on sale soon for our headline acts so keep your eyes peeled for more act confirmations over the coming days/weeks, including at other venues!

We really hope to see you there on the weekend of March 19th, and please tell your friends about what is going on. It is a very exciting time for us and we would love to share it with you!

Many thanks

Tom Syson

Managing Director of Conscia Jazz


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  1. John Nixon says:

    Hi Great to see that Bedford is getting its own jazz festival, jazz is alive and well in Bedford especially on Monday nights at the Bedford Arms. If you are adding acts what about trying to get a brilliant Bedford Born Pianist to return for a set His name is David Maric He writes and composes lots of Avant Garde and Electric Music for dance and other performance groups . He plays with a contemporary jazz group Electric Biddle and at the moment is writing a concerto for Phronesis. However, I think the stuff that would go down best for the Jazz festival would be the sort of music he plays at The Last Wednesday Society in London, there are a couple of clips on youtube

  2. Peter Butler says:

    I plan to cover some of these gigs and get to The Bedford Arms sometime, John. So much to fit in!

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