Welcome to the official social network of the Uptown Jazz Dallas | International Jazz Festival organization and the hub of our great North Texas Jazz Movement. Our focus is on all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts in…"
Sep 16, 2013
Sherri Binion is now a member of Uptown Jazz Dallas | International Jazz Festival Org
Welcome to the official social network of the Uptown Jazz Dallas | International Jazz Festival organization and the hub of our great North Texas Jazz Movement. Our focus is on all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts in the DFW Metroplex. Make yourself at home. Upload your photos, video, logos of your business and all, to let N. Texas know what you're into. This is a place for you to network with the world. There are powerful tools here to showcase everything you do and love. Share your activities freely. Please use the Invite tab above to expose others to the movement. It's already a great community. With You here it just got better. Don't hesitate sharing this with others via the PROMOTE and SHARE buttons everywhere on this network. Connect your social media accounts via the Settings links in the upper right. Then, click Connections along the left to add your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Be familiar with our Community Guidelines that are in place to ensure everyone's experience on this network is of the highest quality. A FULL NAME is required along with an accurate identity. Your real identity allows you to take advantage of the Member Benefits associated with the network. We invite Members to tap into the Member Marketing Program that allows you to reach the now 19,000+ pre-festival followers across our entire social media system. Contact us for more information.
Finally, always check the Social Calendar for the latest events and shows.Remember, this is a social network for us all to enjoy. Upload and share with everyone.
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Welcome to Uptown Jazz Dallas | International Jazz Festival Org
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