Blues Rock Review partners with Playing with Fire to cover blues rock event of the summer

Blues Rock Review is pleased to announce its partnership with Playing with Fire to cover the renowned blues festival as it celebrates its 20th year in Omaha, Nebraska. The festival, scheduled for July 11th, 12th, and 13th, promises to deliver an electrifying experience to blues enthusiasts from around the globe.

This milestone edition of Playing with Fire will feature an incredible lineup, including the highly anticipated American debut performances of King King and Cardinal Black. Joining them on stage will be Walter Trout, Aynsley Lister, Kris Lager and the Big Band, Bywater Call, Lachy Doley, Blackburn Brothers and Little Joe McCarthy and Big Trouble.

“We are honored to partner with Playing with Fire for their 20th anniversary celebration,” said Blues Rock Review founder/Editor-in-Chief, Pete Francis. “This festival has been a cornerstone of the blues community for two decades, and we are thrilled to share the experience with fans worldwide. This is a world-class lineup of international acts and a must-attend festival this summer.”

Taking place at the picturesque Gene Leahy Mall in Downtown Omaha, Playing with Fire promises three days of soul-stirring performances set against the backdrop of the city’s vibrant cultural scene. From blistering guitar solos to soulful ballads, the festival will showcase the best of blues rock.

As a media sponsor, Blues Rock Review is committed to providing comprehensive coverage of the event on its website ( and across its social media platforms. Fans can expect daily updates, exclusive interviews, and behind-the-scenes glimpses into the magic of Playing with Fire.

In addition to the stellar music lineup, attendees can take advantage of special accommodations offered by the host hotel, Moxy Omaha. With a dedicated PwF fan rate, festival-goers can enjoy a comfortable stay in the heart of the action, making the most of their Playing with Fire experience.

Admittance to the Playing with Fire is absolutely free, offering music lovers the opportunity to be a part of this milestone event. Whether you’re a longtime fan or new to the blues rock scene, Playing with Fire promises an unforgettable weekend of music, camaraderie, and celebration.

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