LIVE BLUES, GREAT FOOD, SWING DANCE COMPETITION, BEST LINEUP YET
Saturday, September 3, 2pm-10pm Robbins Ballpark, Clarksville, VA
Announcing the 3rd Annual Big Buggs Island Blues Bash, this amazing concert will be on Saturday, September 30th, from 2pm-10pm.
The 3rd Annual Big Buggs Island Blues Bash will be on the Lake at Robbins Ballpark, 104 Woodland Drive in Clarksville, VA.
Show Tickets $25.00 for the Early-Bird Special till August 31 – purchase here, $30.00 General Admission (September 1-September 29), $35.00 at the gate/day of the Festival. This Performance Event will take place Rain or Shine and should not be missed.
Limited number of $75.00 VIP Tickets available (includes admission plus two complimentary drinks, premiere seating under Stage Side Tent, and access to the catered Hospitality Tent for a ‘Meet-And-Greet’ with the performers. Also a Swing Dance Competition on the Lake, food for sale by top area restaurants and food trucks, plus an Arts and Crafts Vendors Village.
“We’ve arranged for some of the finest performers in the Blues to entertain and amaze.” says Woolly, Founder/Promoter of the Big Buggs Island Blues Bash and creator of the famed Woolly’s Big Blues jam.
Emcee is Confessing The Blues radio show Host, Cleve Baker. Rain or shine – in the event of bad weather, the Festival will be moved to an indoor location. Info: (919) 451-4356 or visit us on-line at http://www.bbibb.org/.
“This Year’s Entertainment Lineup Is Our Best Yet!” – Woolly
Four-time Blues Music Awards nominee, Hammond B-3 organist extraordinaire, Bruce Katz, headlines the Big Buggs Island Blues Bash Saturday, September 30.
Jon Spear Band, nominated for “Best Live Blues Recording” in 2016 by Blues Blast Magazine, are a popular national touring act fronted by talented guitarist, Jon Spear (second from right).
The pride of Plano, Texas, guitarist extraordinaire Anson Funderburgh has also been called “the nicest man in the Blues” by Blues Festival Guide. Funderburgh is joined onstage by Stern and Cotton at the 3rd Annual Big Buggs Blues Bash.
North Carolina-based trio James-Pace and Preslar, fronted by guitarist-vocalist T.A. James (pictured), are a popular band on the Blues Festival circuit.
Parker & Gray bring their soulful blues to Big Buggs Island Blues Bash. They’re joined onstage by Ken Farmer from the PBS television series Antiques Roadshow, himself a American-Roots vocalist-guitarist.
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