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2020 Festival has been cancelled. Mark your calendar for 2021 dates:
One of the most highly anticipated music events in the state, the free three-day festival features performances by blues legends and emerging artists who fuse blues with other influences, including rock, funk, soul, swing, boogie, roots, hip-hop and gospel.
The festival has received numerous awards and honors, including being named one of the “top 50 music festivals in the USA” by Downbeat Magazine and one of the “top 20 destination events in the country” by the Southeast Tourism Society. Features In keeping with a festival atmosphere, Springing the Blues features a food court with a range of culinary offerings, artisan marketplace with merchandise such as art, clothing, jewelry, and furniture, as well as a family-friendly area with kids activities.
VIP/Premium Seating VIP Tickets are available for online purchase through Showclix and at the Will Call tent during the festival. VIP passes are $20 on Friday and Sunday each and $35 on Saturday. A three-day VIP pass is also available for $60 for festival-goers who plan to jam out all weekend.
For more information and a link to purchase VIP tickets visit at www.SpringingTheBlues.com.