Wednesday, July 4, 2012

hot jazz


Valencia has a Jazz Festival happening next week.

signs, signs

15 comments:

Andy said...

41c That's hot hot!

Irene said...

Too bad you couldn't be there for it.

Luna Miranda said...

i'd love a jazz festival...i attended a few times a couple of years ago. 41C! wow, that is hellish!:p

RedPat said...

Wow - you had HOT weather when you were there!

VioletSky said...

at one point I saw a sign reading 47C, but my photo wasn't fast enough to catch it and it had changed back to the time (which was 2:30)

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love how the jazz sign captures the personality in the jazz performers' faces! And a street sign for time and temperature is rather handy!

Pat said...

I hope the concert was indoors with this heat, but probably not being a summer concert!

VioletSky said...

I believe it was to be held indoors at the Concert Hall (Palau de Musica) as opposed to a street festival.

and yes, there were many of these advert signs with the time and temp - very handy, indeed

Lesley said...

it is getting close to 41 here, too - but here is not on the Mediterranean.....

Clytie said...

I've never been to a jazz festival, but would love to go to one!!!

Lindy MacDuff said...

Oh my gracious, that's hot!

I smiled at your comment on my post, about Eiteljorg not seeming very "native." So, I went back and edited my post to include a hyperlink to the "about" page for the museum. We are very fortunate to have such a wonderful museum here in central Indiana.

Sreisaat said...

That concert sounds fun - I've never been to a jazz festival yet. 41C is boiling hot, I wonder how it is at nighttime there?


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Dianne said...

hot weather and jazz seem to go together

Francisca said...

Our family spent a couple of summers on the coast near Valencia, but I don't recall it ever being THAT hot! And although a jazz festival appeals to me, I'd be reluctant to attend in that kind of heat!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Can I come with you on your next vacation? ;>) Scrolled down a ways -- looks like a fantastic trip.

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