Smooth Elements of Jazz is back! - Saturday @ Axum Café

Smooth Elements of Jazz is back! - Saturday @ Axum Café

This Saturday, September 17, Smooth Elements of Jazz season 2 kicks off at Axum Café. From 8:00am onwards, the sweet and smooth sounds of jazz will fill the air in Philipsburg. Not only will some of the best local musicians be performing, but this event will also host special guest artists – and jazz-lovers can expect to hear Connis’ new single and other original songs. It is bound to be a night full of music, elegance and all-around good vibes. We’ll see you there!

The experienced musicians will take the stage from 8:00pm onwards. With Michael Wilson on the guitar, John Hannibal on the bass, Stanly Loyd on the drums, Shabba on percussion and, of course, Connis Vanterpool on the saxophone, it will be a musical night to remember.

Loyd is back from Aruba – it is his first time playing at Axum, and his first appearance back on St. Maarten, so you won’t want to miss it!

After a successful first season, famous saxophonist and organiser Connis Vanterpool aims to surprise the audience with special guest musicians. This time, Frankie Vanterpool and others will be ready to wow the crowd.

But that is not all! Jazz fans will get a chance to meet and greet all of the great musical performers. Or better yet, buy them a drink from Axum’s well-stocked bar and discuss their music!

According to Connis Vanterpool, guests can expect good music and original songs. For example, Connis will be playing his new single “Don’t worry be happy” and will also be performing some other new original music. “In every life, there is trouble. And if you worry, you make it double. Don’t worry be happy,” Vanterpool concludes.

Axum Café is located on Front Street in Philipsburg. The show starts at 8:00pm sharp, so be sure to get there early. Tickets cost $20 and are limited – so call +1 (721) 522-0518 now to secure your spot. If there are any tickets left, they will be available at the door, but that is a risk we are not willing to take.

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