ArtAffair, Jazz Festival hits Winter Park this weekend |

ArtAffair, Jazz Festival hits Winter Park this weekend

Visitors examine the metal work creations of one of the vendors during a previous Alpine Art Affair in Winter Park.
Byron Hetzler/Sky-Hi News file photo | Sky-Hi News

Happening in Winter Park on July 20-21 is the Winter Park Jazz Festival, one of town’s premier events for the summer. Gates to the festival open at 10 a.m. and music starts around noon and ends around 6 p.m.

This year’s Jazz Festival sports a long list of some of the most popular names in jazz including the classic Kool & The Gang on Saturday.

Tickets to the Jazz Festival are $40 in advance and $50 at the gate and can be purchased through the Winter Park and Fraser Valley Chamber of Commerce’s website at You can also view the lineup for the show and get more information about the show and artists.

Alpine Art Affair

The Alpine ArtAffair returns to Winter Park for its 40th year on Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21, with 80 artists enlisted to display their treasures during the fun social event.

This year’s ArtAffair, located on Highway 40 in downtown Winter Park, will feature a number of local artists as well as non-local artists displaying everything from paintings to decorative word work to jewelry, food vendors, and kids activities.

Some of the artists who will be attending the ArtAffair have been displaying their art at the event for 25 years. The event will also feature new artists this year who are sure to bring some fresh twists to the event.

This year will also feature a raffle for an original Karen Vance piece, a local artist. Tickets are $5 each or three for $10. The drawing takes place Sunday afternoon, though ticket-holders don’t have to present to win.

Reid Tulley can be reached at 970-887-3334

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