Teddy Rocks Festival returns for 2019 with a bigger, more awesome 3-day event at Charisworth Farm just outside Bournemouth.

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Postmodern Jukebox, also widely known by the acronym PMJ, is a rotating musical collective founded by arranger and pianist Scott Bradlee in 2011. Hugely popular on Youtube, PMJ is known for reworking popular modern music into different vintage genres, especially early 20th century forms such as swing and jazz.

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The Overtones are a vocal harmony group - discovered by a Warner Bros. Records' talent scout while working as decorators in a shop near Oxford Street, singing during their tea break.

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Bournemouth played host to the UK final of the Karaoke World Championship on Saturday 15th September 2018.

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Age is no barrier to a rockin’ good time at Poole Harbour Festival next weekend. That’s the message from veteran party starter Ray Dorset whose legendary 1970s band Mungo Jerry will top the bill on Sunday evening.

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Now in its 8th year, this sellout festival presents music to its original style of all things roots, that's to say Wonky Donk has strings vibrating and hands clapping with no help from computers and plastic fantastic machines.

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The biggest Jazz festival on the South Coast is returning to Bournemouth for a fortnight of Jazz Music between Sunday 24th June and Saturday 7th July. Funded by Coastal BID, the 2018 Jazz by the Sea Festival is set to bring thousands of visitors to Bournemouth's conurbation this summer.

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One of the biggest names in blues rock, Joe Bonamassa is in Bournemouth this October as part of his 2018 world tour.

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Organisers of Metropole Market have announced that a special Busking Competition will take place when the quintessentially eccentric event returns to Holdenhurst Road on the 27th May 2018. Through the busking competition, Metropole Market’s organisers aim to showcase some of the best buskers Bournemouth has to offer and highlight how their talents benefit the town.

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Bournemouth’s National Dance House, Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW), is delighted to announce its spring season, running from 21 January to 10 June 2018 and presenting an exploration of human relationships and cultural diversity through a broad selection of live performance, family shows, films, screenings, and a varied participation programme.

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