Gibraltar Jazz Festival
Jazz it up under the stalactites as Ronnie Scotts meets St Michael’s Cave
The Gibraltar International Jazz Festival is probably the only one in the world held in an underground grotto.
St Michael’s Cave is the incomparable setting for this regular winter music extravaganza, when it’s lit up in rainbow colours as world-class acts take to the stage. Don’t worry, you won’t freeze – when it’s cold outside it’s warmer underground as our Neanderthal ancestors would confirm. And the acoustics are amazing!
2018: The Ronnie Scotts Experience
London’s world-famous jazz club will be relocating to Gibraltar for one night only on December 8.
The Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra and vocalist, Georgina Jackson will be jazzing it up under the stalagmites with their Big Band sound as the headline act of the Gibraltar International Jazz Festival 2018.
The 99-year-old London club has hosted all the big names in jazz, from Count Basie and Miles Davis to Duke Ellington and The Rat Pack and it’s still packing them in.
How to get there
Shuttle Buses run from either the Car Park at the Cable Car Bottom Base Station on Red Sands Road or Watergate at Casemates Square. The buses will be making trips from 6.30pm until 8.00pm and (return journey) from 24.00-01.30.
• Standard Seating £35
• Premium seating £50