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Smooth Jazz Winter Celebration at Old Sugar Mill


1/16/12 - Complimentary Shuttle Service from the Sacramento Convention Center at 1 pm - RSVP Now


Smooth Jazz at Old Sugar Mill

Early Bird pricing until 1/12
Tickets reg $30
Early Bird ticket $25
Promo code: sactrips


Click here to purchase your TICKET


Don't miss the Smooth Jazz Winter Celebration at the Old Sugar Mill
in Clarksburg, CA. If you are planning to attend the MLK March and celebration in Sacramento, why not plan to get an afternoon of smooth jazz following the March.  Complimentary shuttle service from the Sacramento Convention Center on Mon-1/16 at 1 pm. Live musical performances by Cynthia Douglas, Tony Elder and West Bound Groove.  Hosted by Lee Perkins with D.J. Rock Bottom.

For more info call (916) 443-8741.
Visit www.sactrips.com for details and be sure to visit the Sactrips.com vendor booth at the Sacramento Convention Center on Mon-1/16.


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