Beverley Blues Weekend will return later this month for what will be the ninth year. Featuring some of the best blues talents from East Yorkshire acts will be appearing at two local venues.
Both the Sun Inn and also the Monks Walk will embrace the festival that runs from the 25 to the 27 October.
Steve Swales, who organises the Beverley Blues Weekend said;
“We are really looking forward to Beverley Blues Weekend. At the Sun Inn, there is a vibrant mix of artists. From solo artists all the way through to full bands with brass sections.”
“While at the Monks Walk all the events we have there will be ticketed. Tickets for those events can be purchased online.”
Artists who are set to appear at the Beverley Blues Weekend include Chris Martin accompanied by Paul Johnson Chicago Bound, Soft Shoe Sam, Rivers Johansson, Fishy Waters and also the Ridgemen.
The Sun Inn Has Busy Schedule For Beverley Blues Weekend
Richard Price, Licensee at The Sun Inn has already had a busy month. His pub learned they would be representing Beverley and Holderness on the national stage.
Commenting on the Blues Weekend he said;
“As a venue, we have a regular Blues night on the last Sunday of every month. We are really looking forward to this event and have plenty happening here at the Sun Inn throughout the weekend.”
“We will get thing underway on Friday night. There is no charge to come in and enjoy the acts we are hosting. All we ask is that people make a donation to the events nominated charity which is Yorkshire Air Ambulance.”
“Again on Saturday and also all day Sunday we will have plenty of live music. This is an event we certainly look forward too especially as it was started here all those years ago.”
Full listings and more information about the acts appearing can be found by visiting www.beverleyblues.com. You can also get notifications by following their Facebook Page.
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