Annual jazz festival opens in New Orleans

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 29, 2006 20:31

 
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The annual jazz festival in New Orleans began on Saturday, marking the largest event in the city following Hurricane Katrina's disastrous landfall in August of last year. Thousands of people arrived at the city, long considered the world capital of jazz, to see performances by many artists, including Bob Dylan.

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