Reports suggest that jazz and salsa lovers are in for a treat when they attend the Puerto Rico Heineken JazzFest 2004 this june, which runs from June 3 through June 6. All performances will take place at the Tito Puente Amphitheater in Hato Rey, San Juan’s major commercial district.
As a major travel company serving the Caribbean, Pleasant Holidays is offering air-inclusive packages to San Juan, Puerto Rico for this event, which is attracting jazz aficionados from around the world.
Six-day holidays from Los Angeles start at US$1,086, Chicago starts at $938, and New York starts at $687. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and include round trip air with a June 2 departure date, hotel accommodations and roundtrip airport/hotel transfers.
The Puerto Rico Heineken JazzFest 2004 is celebrating its 14th year at the Tito Puente Amphitheater, and this year’s rollout of musical talent is extraordinary. Performers include Gato Barbieri, internationally renowned jazz artist and composer of memorable film scores like “Last Tango In Paris,” Jimmy Bosch, a jazz trombonist whose “hard salsa” is the definitive expression of this fiery musical idiom, Spyro Gyra, the Tony Perez Quintet, jazz pianist Monty Alexander, Tito De Garcia, Edgar Abraham, vocalist Dianne Reeves, and many other artists.
Notes Tim Irwin, President & CEO of Pleasant Holidays, “The Heineken JazzFest in Puerto Rico is one of the most exciting jazz and salsa festivals in the world, and Pleasant Holidays is pleased to make it more accessible to music lovers across the U.S. than ever before.”