The Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival has unveiled the line-up for its 35th anniversary events.

The festival, which was originally established in 1978 by Mike Hart, will see the likes of Mud Morganfield, Jools Holland and His Rythym And Blues Orchestra and Ghostpoet descend on the capital for nine day progamme of events.

Performances will take place across the city, with the Festival Theatre, Speigeltent, Queen’s Hall and many more venues staging shows.

On the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival website, chairman Brian Fallon said:- “We look forward to welcoming old and new friends. We have a great line up this year with something for everyone. Looking forward to seeing you all over the ten days of the Festival.”

The Champian Fulton Trio and renowned saxophonist Tia Fuller are just two more of the acts that will be performing as part of this year’s eclectic line-up.

Full details of the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival programme can be found HERE – http://www.edinburghjazzfestival.com/programme.html

Tickets are availaible now – http://www.edinburghjazzfestival.com/