Blues & Brews Festival

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See headliner Canned Heat perform their hit "Going Up The Country" (featured in a 2018 Geico motorcycle ad) and their most timely "Let's Work Together" (together we stand, divided we fall) among other bluesy-folk songs on stage at DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center during Southern Arizona Blues Heritage Foundation's annual Blues and Brews festival. The 2019 lineup also includes Dennis Jones, R.D. Olson, Tom Walbank and Austin Counts, Anna Warr and Giant Blue, and Tucson Jazz Institute. The festival will be located at Tucson's midtown Reid Park on a Saturday during the idyllic spring weather season. Guests should make a day of it with friends and family by bringing blankets and/or chairs, and spreading out on the grass to enjoy a full day of vendor food, libations and world class blues music.

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Blues & Brews Festival
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  • 900 S. Randolph Way
    Tucson, AZ 85716
  • DeeMeester Outdoor Performance Center
  • Tickets are $20 in advance (and for SABHF & KXCI members), $25 at the gate on the day of the festival, free for children 12 and under accompanied by adult. Tickets will be available beginning in December 2018 online at www.azblues.org