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Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival looks for funding

The first edition of Daniel Spicer's Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival needs to raise £3000 to get Arts Council funding

The first edition in Brighton's Alternative Jazz Festival, conceived by The Wire contributor, jazz critic and broadcaster Daniel Spicer, has started a fund raising campaign. The festival needs to raise £3000 in order to be eligible to apply for Arts Council funding. At the time of writing, the campaign has raised 94 percent of its target, with eight days to go.

Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival will run on 11–12 September in Brighton, UK. More information can be found on their website.