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Jazz Festival 2021 Announcement | Tony Allen retro, Yo La Tengo, Jaimie Branch, Frazey Ford

Jazz festival 2021 announcement tony allen retro, yo la tengo, jaimie branch, frazey ford
Following an exceptional digital edition last year, the 29th EFG London Jazz Festival returns to live audiences with a programme of highest quality live performances by an electrifying line up of global stars, special collaborations, new commissions and the finest and freshest music from the UK.  
Jazz festival 2021 announcement tony allen retro, yo la tengo, jaimie branch, frazey ford
We are back with the complete experience of living London to the fullest, with a city-wide selection of venues, clubs, partnerships as well as creative engagement projects, talks and freestages, whilst retaining our commitment to our nationwide and global outreach through our digital work.   
This first announcement is a taster of the inspirational identity of the festival, with more announcements to come around orchestral music and jazz, weekend strands around UK funk and African music, a music and community engagement partnership with Becontree Forever, concerts at the Barbican and a vast creative engagement programme and other collaborations from the UK jazz scene.  
We are looking forward to greeting our audiences right across London and worldwide. 
Tickets for the following thirty shows are on sale to the public from 10am Friday 21 May at full capacity.   
Friday 12 November  
Jazz Voice | Royal Festival Hall 
Joachim Cooder + Sam Amidon | Queen Elizabeth Hall 
Julian Lage | Cadogan Hall    
Saturday 13 November  
Tony Allen: A Retrospective | Royal Festival Hall 
Curated by Femi Koleoso, Remi Kabaka, Ben Okri and Damon Albarn   
Bryter Layter: A Nick Drake Celebration | Queen Elizabeth Hall 
Lakecia Benjamin | Cadogan Hall 
Irreversible Entanglements | Kings Place 
Sunday 14 November 
Dave Holland and John Scofield | Cadogan Hall 
Amadou & Mariam + Yugen Blakrok | Royal Festival Hall  
Vijay Iyer, Linda May Han Oh, Tyshawn Sorey | Queen Elizabeth Hall   
Cleveland Watkiss and Django Bates: Arts and Crafts | Kings Place 
Sarathy Korwar with special guests | EartH 
Wednesday 17 November 
Woodkid | Royal Festival Hall 
Joey Alexander + Noemi Nuti | Cadogan Hall 
Thursday 18 November 
What’s Going On: Nu Civilization Orchestra | Queen Elizabeth Hall  
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On   
Kandace Springs | Alexandra Palace Theatre 
Anthony Joseph | Kings Place   
Friday 19 November 
Yo La Tengo | Royal Festival Hall  
Frazey Ford | Union Chapel   
Omar Sosa & Seckou Keita | Queen Elizabeth Hall  
Terje Isungset | Kings Place   
Jaimie Branch | Jazz Café 
Saturday 20 November 
Average White Band: Saturday Night Funk! | Royal Festival Hall  
Dianne Reeves | Cadogan Hall  
Bill Laurance & The Untold Orchestra | Union Chapel    
Stefano Bollani | Queen Elizabeth Hall  
The Necks | Kings Place  
Sunday 21 November 
Zakir Hussain | Royal Festival Hall   
Matt Calvert | Kings Place 

Detailed copy follows below; for full information visit efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk