Win­ery gets jazzed up for an­nual con­cert:

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ON SATUR­DAY af­ter­noon Robert Chan­non Wines got all jazzed up for the Cax­ton Street Jazz Band con­cert.

Nearly 100 peo­ple trav­elled from as far as Bris­bane and the Gold Coast to at­tend the 11th an­nual con­cert in Amiens.

Owner Robert Chan­non said the af­ter­noon was full of ex­cite­ment.

“It was a re­ally foot-tap­ping type of af­ter­noon,” Mr Chan­non said.

“Ev­ery­body who I spoke to said it was a fan­tas­tic con­cert.”

This year he said there were more vis­i­tors than lo­cals in at­ten­dance.

The Cax­ton Street Jazz Band said they’d love to come back and play again next year.

The ex­cite­ment con­tin­ues this Sun­day, with the Corda Spir­i­tus Cham­ber Play­ers per­form­ing at the win­ery from 2pm.

PHOTO: GLENDA RI­LEY

CITY VIS­I­TORS: Yusef and Vanessa Jenk­ins with Mario, Beu­lah and Ryan Greaves at the event. The group was lured to Swig­more Hall from Bris­bane.

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