Wine & Jazz

Written By: Chloe Carver

THE BLUE RIDGE Mountains Wine and Jazz Festival, presented by Kharisma Entertainment, is returning to White Path Creek Farms in Ellijay June 25 and 26. The festival primarily aims to raise awareness of jazz music and provide financial support for budding jazz musicians within the community.

Still, attendees can expect to enjoy local cuisines, wine, and art as well.

The gates open at 1 p.m. on both days, with live music from 2 to 9 p.m. on Saturday and until 7 p.m. on Sunday.

The musical line-up for Saturday includes Rita Graham, Roman Street, Kharisma Jazzmatic Funk and Les Sabler with special guest Denny Jiosa. As for Sunday, festival-goers can expect to see Kenny Gilks & Friends, Venae & The Vybbe, Jim Richter and Antoine Knight. All shows are expected to take place rain or shine. Attendees can purchase tickets in-person or online, which are $60 for a general admission one-day pass and go upwards from there. White Path Creek Farms, 1211 Old Northcutt Rd., Elijay, blueridgewineandjazz.com.

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