2020 Blues Rock Festival Guide

Live music brings people together, nurtures the soul, and gives you the chance to unplug from your daily stresses. Watching your favorite artist perform on a live stage can make you feel like a rock star. The pure sound waves and powerful energy from the performance will give you a spine-chilling euphoric feeling that can never be matched by listening to a CD player or a radio.

Here are a few blues-rock festivals worth attending in 2020 after redeeming the bet365 bonus code to enjoy your favorite games.

Savannah Music Festival (26th March – 11th April)

Dedicated to creating a world-class musical arts celebration, the SMF (Savannah Music Festival) presents timeless and adventurous productions to stimulate education arts.  The festival unites world-class blues artists and audiences worldwide, fostering economic growth.

Byron Bay Bluesfest (9th – 13th April)

Starting from Thursday to Monday, 13th April, the Byron Bray Bluesfest showcases music from all edges of the world on the Easter weekend at the Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm.

Chicago Blues Festival (5th – 7th June)

The 37th Edition of the Chicago Blues Fest will start on Friday 5th to Sunday, 7th at the Millenial Park in June, The festival celebrates the city’s rich blues tradition, bring together internationally renowned artists like Catherine Russel, Candi Staton and many others.

Festival AU Bord De L’eau (26th – 28th June)

Organized annually on the first July weekend, this festival celebrates visual arts and groove music through Swiss and international artists. In 2020, this festival will be held from 26th to 28th June at Lac de Geronde in Sierre, Switzerland.

Waterfront Blues Fest (2nd – 5th July)

Portland’s festival celebrating blues, funk, R&B, and soul music, the Waterfront Blues Fest starts on 2nd July until the 5th. The annual festival welcomes over 15,000 visitors and about 100 to 500 exhibitors.

Henley Festival (8th – 12th July)

The Henley Festival is UK’s most glamorous music festival that brings you Michelin starred food, critically acclaimed artists and award-winning comedy. You can expect the biggest names in classical music, jazz and blues.

Zwarte Cross (16th – 19th July)

The Zwarte Cross is Netherlands’ biggest rock & roll music concert, welcoming over 100,000 visitors every year. The festival is the world’s largest motor event, bringing you a blend of music, Motorcross, stunts and theatre.

Ramblin’ Man Fair (17th – 19th July)

If you’re looking for the best music festival celebrating contemporary rock, classic blues, country and progressive rock in the UK, the Ramblin’ Man Fair is the place to be. Spirit of Rock organizes the festival and it will be held close to London at Mote Park in Maidstone.

Bristol Rhythm and Roots (11th – 13th September)

As the festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, the visitors can expect another excellent performance from this infectious 3-day musical experience. The festival comes packed with a creative passion, soul, and electricity; bring State Street to life in September.

Other Blues Performances

As the year ends, blues fans will also get a good treat from several festivals, including:

  • Harvest Jazz & Blues Fest – Downtown Fredericton (15th – 20th September)
  • Utopia Fest – Burnet, Texas (17th – 19th September)
  • Telluride Blues & Brews – Telluride, Colorado (18th – 20th September)
  • Mempho Fest – Shelby Farms Park, Memphis (17th – 18th October)

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