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Jazz comes to The Cube

One of Birmingham’s most iconic venues will be filled with smooth sounds this month. The Cube is hosting a series of free performances as part of the Birmingham, Solihull & Sandwell Jazz Festival, opening this week.

With a career spanning more than 40 years as a professional jazzman, the renowned Digby Fairweather will launch The Cube’s participation in the festival on Friday 14th July at 6pm in the Canalside event space.

Parisian/gypsy jazz quartet, Hot Club of Jupiter, plan to bring a little swing to Level 7 on Tuesday 18th July, welcoming visitors from 5.30pm.

The Quiet Men will liven up Level 7 at 5.30pm on Wednesday 19th July.

Friday 21st July sees Les Zauto Stompers de Paris closing The Cube’s week of music with a show in Canalside at 6pm.

Doug Wattleworth, building manager for The Cube, said: “The Jazz Festival is a terrific event, bringing live music to venues throughout the city. We were thrilled to be asked to host four shows and can’t wait to welcome visitors.”

In additional to the free live music concerts, guests can take advantage of a number of special offers in The Cube.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse and Grill will be handing out 25% off vouchers for drinks ordered at the bar on Level 25.

Meanwhile diners at Rodizio Rico and its sister restaurant Osteria can get 25% off food orders from Monday to Thursday, by quoting ‘JAZZ17’.

The Cube is home to Hotel Indigo and restaurants Rodizio Rico and its new stablemate Osteria, Madeleine coffee shop, Shogun Teppan-yaki, Bardolino and Marco Pierre White Steakhouse and Grill.

A full list of Jazz Festival performances can be found at www.birminghamjazzfestival.com