The Jumpers and Jazz team are celebrating the successful delivery of a quality festival in 2021. All the extra work of planning our covid-safe practices and contact tracing strategies paid off. People came and enjoyed themselves and promise to return in 2022
Jumpers and Jazz is an annual festival that occurs in Warwick and surrounding communities within Queensland’s Southern Downs. It is traditionally held over 10 days at the end of July. The festival was born out of a desire to create a positive community response to a major streetscape project in Warwick in 2004.
As Queensland’s quirkiest winter festival, it is a platform for the arts and a celebration of all that is wonderful about winter. Visitors embrace the chill and are inspired by vibrant music and art while enjoying around 90 trees wrapped in art by textile artists from all over Australia and overseas. Add to the mix an eclectic program of workshops, exhibitions, pop up art & craft shops, street festivals, a giant bonfire night, static car displays, dining events, country style breakfasts, swing dance, live jazz entertainment and you will discover a festival abundant with colour, creativity and excitement.
Visitors can expect delightful country experiences through to sophisticated performances of various jazz genres in diverse venues across the region. A festival where there is something for everyone.
Palmerin Street, Warwick