NEW STAGE, BEST LINEUP YET ! NOW EXPANDED TO THREE BIG DAYS & NIGHTS !
Friday October 6th, Saturday October 7th & Sunday October 8th, 2017
The 5th Annual Woodystock Rock ‘N’ Blues Festival returns, expanding this year to three big days and nights – Friday October 6th, Saturday October 7th, and Sunday October 8th, at Woodardville Ranch, (end of Chicago Road), Apple Valley.
3-day tickets $35.00 in advance, $40.00 day of show and Camping tickets $10.00 per night / per vehicle, Kids 12 and under enter free.
Tickets / info.: (760) 963-4994 or www.woodystock.info.
Music starts Friday night, October 6th at 7pm to 12 midnight; Saturday October 7th, and Sunday October 8th, music starts at11am – 9pm each day. Returning as Emcee for all three days again this year: Jay Jamie of High Desert radio station, KJAY Epic! Radio.
Billy D and the Hoodoos, fronted by award-winning Oregon-based guitarist-vocalist Billy Desmond, headline on Saturday at the 5th Annual Woodystock Blues-Rock Festival in Apple Valley.
In addition to now being three days and nights, bands will perform on a newly-built, enlarged stage. “Our goal since Day One is to bring first-class musicians to the High Desert,” says Woodystock founder John Woodard, who’s also a Councilman for the City of Adelanto.
The complete Woodstock music lineup includes the Kenny C Band; Johnny Jukebox; Papermoon Gypsys; Crooked Eye Tommy; The Reverend Smack Jonez Band; Babylon Steel; Billy D and the Hoodoos; Southern Spirit; Soul Pattern Project; Delta Shade; DJ Parker; and Brigitte Rios Purdy.
No need to go “Down the Hill” to the Inland Empire or L.A. – enjoy some of the best Blues and Rock right here in the High Desert at Woodystock!
Some of The Artist At 5th Annual Woodystock Blues/Rock Festival
Orange County’s Papermoon Gypsys (pictured) recently won “Best Blues Artist” and “Fan Favorite” at the LA Music Critics Awards. They’re fronted by powerhouse vocalist Lexi G. (center) and guitar whiz Kenny “Big Daddy” Williams (front row, right). They perform on Saturday at Woodystock.
Soul Pattern Project, fronted by well-known High Desert musician, Maggie Vee, perform on Sunday at the Woodystock Fest.
Powerhouse IE-based blues vocalist Brigitte Rios Purdy makes her Woodystock performing debut on Sunday, October 8.