BluesFest returns to the various venues of The O2 Arena, in Greenwich, extending to a fourth day for the first time. It will run between Thursday 25th and Sunday 28th October.
Thursday: John Fogerty, Steve Miller Band (from £45)
Friday: Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters, Van Morrison (from £45)
Friday, IndigO2: Raphael Saadiq (from £35)
Saturday: Zac Brown Band, Beth Hart (from £45)
Saturday, IndigO2: Robert Cray Band, Don Bryant ft The Bo-Keys (from £35)
Sunday: Counting Crows, Alison Krauss, White Buffalo (from £45, on sale 9am Friday 22nd June)
Tickets are on sale, as indicated above.
The idea of an international celebration of blues and jazz originated from the Marquee Club's enterprising young promoter Harold Pendleton, who played a key role in developing jazz and rock scenes in London, the original festival became a forerunner of today's Reading Festival.
Continuing the festival theme, there will be various food and bar stalls, merchandise and stands all open throughout each day.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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