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2020 Duck Jazz Festival postponed to 2021

Organizers for the Duck Jazz Festival presented by PNC announced Monday, July 20 that the festival will return in 2021 after postponing the 2020 event.

“With many uncertainties surrounding public health and events this year, we will to work with our sponsors and artists to return in 2021 with a fantastic festival,” stated a press release from the Town of Duck. “Thank you to all of our sponsors that continue to support us throughout the years, including PNC, Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, the North Carolina Arts Council, Nags Head Hammocks, Outer Banks Visitors Guide, Outer Banks This Week, and so many more.”

Next year’s event has been set for October 9-10, 2021.

For more information on the Duck Jazz Festival, visit www.duckjazz.com or email duckjazzfest@townofduck.com.

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