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Sonoma Jazz + 

Fri., May 20 and Sun., May 22 2011

All star Lineup Featuring:
John Fogerty,
Sheryl Crow,
Gypsy Kings,
Tedescki Tracks Band,
Hiromi, and much more!

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A "sister festival" to the prestigious Jazz Aspen Snowmass Festival, Sonoma Jazz + is a 3 day celebration of world-class music, food and wine steeped in the relaxing ambiance of California wine country. Set against the backdrop and charm of historic Sonoma's central plaza, the pedestrian friendly festival features evening concerts in a spectacular 3,800 seat tent at the Field of Dreams, just two blocks from the town's plaza.

The inclusion of wine country's most celebrated chefs and vintners help to set Sonoma Jazz + apart from all other festivals in the US. It is truly an experience like no other!

East Bay Express will get you a pair of tickets to the festival on the day you can see Gypsy Kings Perform if you send us the answer to this question by Tuesday March 29th, to promotions@eastbayexpress.com

What are the 2 related families that make up the big gipsy kings family?

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