Public consultation for jazz fest to be held

2016-05-12 06:00

AS the annual Ugu Jazz Festival nears, which this year is on 25 June, the Cyassounds team invites the public to a meeting at the Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre Thursday 12 May at 10am.

Siyabulela Ngesi, from Cyassounds marketing team said the meeting is to inform the public about this plans for the festival this year.

Ngesi said presentation on traffic management and road closures will be made and the public will be given a chance to give their views.

“We will also discuss information on the actual event, what has been confirmed and what hasn’t,” said Ngesi.

The public is urged to be part of this meeting as their input will be appreciated.

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