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Jazzin' Up Challenge

Hidden : Friday, March 9, 2018
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Terrain:
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"Jazz is what emotions sound like." - Duke Ellington
"There are two kinds of music, jazz and the rest." - Thelonious Monk
"Jazz is the weekend of music." - Miles Davis



Denton - the jazz capital of Texas, arguably the world, and home to thousands of musicians. You can find live jazz performances every day of the week.

Enjoy dinner and the jazz stylings of Foo McBubba, Denton's premier community big band. A perfect night to meet and greet on the eve of the 16th Annual TXGA Texas Challenge & Festival at the Denton Downtowner Event Center.

Pick up registration packets and SWAG, discover trackables, peruse the vendor tables and enjoy the company of other geocachers.

BBQ sandwiches with chips and soda/bottled water are available for $6.

6:00 - 9:30 PM
725 North Elm Street

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