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As Stephen has regularly put on festivals up and down the country for a decade or so, decided to give them a thread of their own. Always a “bit-of-something-for-everyone” bill and at bargain price, well worth a looksie. Not only, but Aynsley has a few under his belt…..

So, the 2019 season:-
March 30th - CHELSEA - Under The Bridge
Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre Band
Chantel McGregor
Stevie Nimmo Trio
Bourbon Street Revival
JFK Blue
Deep Blue Sea

May 11th - LINCOLN Drill Hall
The Blockheads
Stevie Nimmo Trio
Ken Pustelnik’s Groundhogs
Elles Bailey
Thr3e
Snake Oil Band

June 15th - DURHAM Chilton County Hotel - CANCELLED
June 16th - CLEETHORPES Moon on the Water
Mungo Jerry
Connie Lush Band
John Otway & Wild Willy Barrett
The Cinelli Brothers
Connor Selby Band
Gary Grainger

31st August - LEICESTER - Morningside Arena
The Blockheads
Chantel McGregor
Stevie Nimmo Trio
Zal Cleminson’s Sin Dogs
Dani Wilde
Southbound
Connor Selby
Vincent Flatts Final Drive


September 1st - BURY ST EDMUNDS The Apex
Nine Below Zero
Stevie Nimmo Trio
Zal Cleminson’s Sin Dogs
Connor Selby Band
Mojo Preachers
Lee Ainley’s Blues Storm
Southbound

October 12th - WHITBY Pavillion
October 13th - CLITHEROE The Grand

Albert Lee
Ian Parker (Whitby) Dani Wilde (Clitheroe)
Crow Black Chicken
Storm Warning
Luke Doherty
Deep Blue Sea

November 8th-9th&10th; - BUDE Penstowe Manor Resort
Dates to be announced, but bands so far:-
Ryk Mead Band; The Achievers; Jamie Williams & the Roots Collective; GlasBlue; Lee Ainley’s Blues Storm; Deep Blue Sea; The Wang Dang Doodle; Jimmy Regal & the Royals; Mojo Preachers: +

 

     

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Unfortunately Durham Blues Festival has been cancelled due to lack of tickets sales. The Cleethorpes one is still going ahead and Durham tickets are valid.

     
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tilerman - 04 June 2019 12:42 PM

Unfortunately Durham Blues Festival has been cancelled due to lack of tickets sales. The Cleethorpes one is still going ahead and Durham tickets are valid.

That’s a shame…. Thanks for the heads up…..

     

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