Curacao, Dutch Caribbean – The Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort is promoting a special weekend package for jazz lovers, travelling to Curaçao for the 4th annual North Sea Jazz Festival 2013, Aug 30 & 31.
The North Sea Jazz Festival, is Curaçao’s most popular event, and possibly the most popular festival in the region. Almost ten thousand music-lovers travelled to Curaçao for a weekend of spectacular music last year, and an equal number is expected to travel this year.
In view of the popularity of the festival, Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort is pleased to announce that for the first time it will be hosting a classic musical event on the resort’s beach on Sunday, September 1st. The Jay Blues band, a high energy blues & rock ensemble, guaranteed to appeal to all ages, will provide the entertainment. Their beach performance will deliver a unique sound, a blend of Blues, Blues-Rock, R&B, Jazz and Funk!
The special weekend package for the Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort Curaçao is priced at $289/night covering deluxe room accommodations with breakfast every day, for a 3 night minimum, including Sunday. Additional nights, before or after the festival are offered at $159/night. Two tickets to the Jay Blues Band on Sun, Sept 1, are also offered with drinks and food available for purchase on the beach. Most importantly, transportation to and from the Jazz Festival venue at the World Trade Center, in Willemstad, is included for both nights, Aug 30 & 31. While some restrictions may apply, the package is not intended for groups.
Concert-goers may call the resort directly or book the accommodations online, as long as availability lasts, says Gerald Griffith Sales & Events Planning Executive. www.santabarbararesortcuracao.
The sprawling Santa Barbara resort with legs that extend to the bay known as Spanish Waters opened in 2010 with upscale furnishing and services on 27 acres of island verdure, part of the historical Santa Barbara Plantation, surrounded by a 72 par gem of a golf course, the Old Quarry Gold Course, designed by Peter Dye and named after the nearby quartz quarries.