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The Concert 1
Northern Spain

The first concert during the 47th heinekenjazzaldia at the beach: Sharan Jones & the dap-kings giving a great concert as start of the jazzaldia

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Tags: donostia san sebastian; concert; beach; jazz; festival; heinekenjazzaldia
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