Each night is £10, or on special offer, you can get all three for £20. Given the line-ups and variety you get, these are probably the best value for money jazz concerts in the country this year! You can get tickets from Glasgow Concert Halls (if their site's working - it's pretty flaky and not very well designed for booking stuff).
There are only 100 tickets available to the public each night, so better order now!
Thursday 24th, 8pm
Strathclyde Suite, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Stu Brown Sextet's Raymond Scott Project
Tom Cawley's Curios
Ryan Quigley Sextet
Get the Blessing
Late night jam at Oshi Restaurant, Park Inn Hotel from 11pm: NewT + jam session
Friday 25th, 8pm
Neon feat Stan Sulzmann
Scottish National Jazz Orchestra "Rhapsody in Blue" featuring Brian Kellock
Late night jam at Oshi Restaurant, Park Inn Hotel from 11pm: Troyka + jam session
Saturday 26th, 8pm
Phil Bancroft's "Home, Small As The World"
The George Burt/Raymond MacDonald Group
Paul Towndrow's Newology
Late night jam at Oshi Restaurant, Park Inn Hotel from 11pm: Alyn Cosker Trio + jam session
(The jam sessions are free, by the way.)
A lot of these groups I've seen - I'd particularly recommened Stu Brown Sextet's Raymond Scott Project, the Ryan Quigley Sextet and Paul Towndrow's Newology.
I saw Get the Blessing at this year's Jazz Festival and wasn't overly impressed, but I think they weren't having a great night.
Trio VD I have heard of but not seen, and have to mention simply to say: what were they thinking when they chose their name!? Is it deliberate?