The sounds of old jazz, blues, and boogie will fill the hills and venues of Davos-Klosters in the Easterjazz festival.

Five orchestras of different styles will play 14 concerts at 11 hotels, bars, and open-air restaurants in Davos-Klosters April 1-5.

All ages will enjoy the swinging tunes of the Easterjazz festival, featuring local and international musicians: Walker Weber's International New Orleans Band, Bob Barton and Thomas Fahrer (UK), Dai Kimoto and Swing Kids (Switzerland), R.J Mischo Blues Band (U.S), and Jos De Brouwer New Orleans Style Quintet.

Further events in Davos-Klosters this winter season include Wild Girls On Snow (March 14-17) which is a celebration of the theme ‘Strictly Come Skiing' and the 76th Parsenn Derby (March 12-14) which dates back to 1924 and is one of Switzerland's oldest and most traditional ski races.

Davos offers a total of 307 kilometres of pistes divided between 110 pistes, 80 percent of which are set above 2000 metres so enjoys reliable snowfall. The longest run ‘Weissfluhgipel-Kueblis' is 12 kilometres. Pistes are served by modern lifts which can transport up to 64,421 persons per hour.

Davos is particularly popular with snowboarders. The snowpark at Jatz Junior offers kickers, rails, and the Nidecker monsterpipe. The snowpark on Bolgen has another monsterpipe and is floodlit four evenings a week.

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