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EEU Big Three Fundraising Events

EEU’s Big Three Events raise money for a great cause, our award winning music & performing arts programs. By seeking support from EEU family members & fellow music program families, as well as, our community businesses, the EEU has the opportunity to celebrate the hard work of our student.

Aztec Jazz Festival Returns on Saturday, March 11. EEU hosts up to 25 Jazz performing groups on EHS campus for Esperanza Jazz Festival. Learn more about EEU 2023 Jazz Festival HERE. This is an “all-hands” event that supports the entire entertainment unit. Please check out the Festival Volunteers Page to pick your favorite place to support this event this year!

Bingo Night at Rembrandt’s on Tuesday, April 18th 2023. We introduce Bingo Night at Rembrandt’s in place of Casino Night. 100% of entry fees and 20% of all food and alcohol sales will go back to the EEU. Watch for more info about reservations! $20 for 10 Bingo Cards and Prizes for All Bingo Winners. We are still putting together the details and need a little help with acquiring donated prizes, a Bingo MC, and a small music group to play between 5:30-8:30pm. And then its just fun for everyone after that. Sounds like a great annual band bash!

Big Band Blowout is at the PAC, May 18th. This Jazz Concert fundraiser features Victor Goines, with our own, Esperanza Jazz I, II, and III groups, joined by Bernardo Yorba MS Jazz. Program Ad prices are very reasonable for the quality and value of our BBB Jazz Concert Program. Find more information about Big Band Blowout for ways to support EEU through selling ads! And while you are there, check out 20+ years of special guest artists celebrating Jazz education for young people.

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> Please volunteer, sponsor or donate to these important Music Education Fundraisers
by contacting EEU Fundraising Vice President, Matt Charney,