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john tiong chunghoo

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Travel Haiku - Edinburgh International Festival and Edinburgh Festival Fringe


heating up summer
Edinburgh International Festival and
Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival
a little of old, of new
and our own young men

Hit Edinburgh during summer's festival season throughout the month of August. The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival runs July 31-August 9 and brings more than 100 concerts to venues around the city. Edinburgh International Festival and Edinburgh Festival Fringe (the largest arts festival in the world) run nearly simultaneously for three weeks in August and feature thousands of world-class concerts, plays, comedy and dance performances—and assorted artistic wackiness.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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