Bring your colleagues, clients and friends to support this fantastic South Australian Charity by relaxing in the summer twilight.
An exclusively designed cocktail menu will be presented by Patron Chef Dennis Leslie from The Brasserie Hilton Adelaide which will be served with an array of enticing South Australian wines and beverages. Sultry jazz sounds by South Australian youth group from Jazz SA, Daniel Clohesy’s Quartet and the enigmatic Lucifer’s Lounge will roll over the island creating a perfect sunset vibe.
Dennis Leslie & The Brasserie Hilton Adelaide
Dennis Leslie joined the Hilton Adelaide for the second time in 2004 with a fresh outlook on cooking and armed with a wealth of knowledge and experience. He immediately put it into good use by spear heading the Seriously South Australian® campaign, alongside Simon Bryant for The Brasserie restaurant. This concept reflects his culinary journey whilst exclusively using the produce of South Australia. You may have also seen him recently on Poh’s Kitchen.
Lucifer’s Lounge is one of Adelaide’s most sought after bands and features Gerry Masi on vocals, Paul White on organ, and Steve Todd on drums. They have the reputation of being a fun, exciting and entertaining group that is causing quite a stir in the Adelaide Music scene.
Food and Drinks
To compliment the exclusive cocktail menu designed by Dennis you will enjoy an array of outstanding Wines from Coriole Wines, Chain of Ponds and Possums Vineyards . Ice cold brews by boutique brewery James Squire and fabulous bubbles by renowned sparkling producer, Te Hana.
Tickets for this fabulous occasion are only $65, or receive $10 off per ticket if you buy 10 or more, so bring your friends and family, and make a party of this jazz fill, festive occasion. Dress code is Summer Chic.
Jazz in the Park 2010 will be held in Rymill Park Adelaide, 6pm – 9pm on the 10th of December, 2010. Tickets include entertainment, cocktail food, quality wine, beer and soft drinks.
Places are limited, so hurry and book online for your chance to give something back, and to experience Christmas with that little extra jazz.