Win tickets to the 26th Annual Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival - July 19-21
ABOUT THE WINTHROP R&B FESTIVAL, JULY 19-21: Located at the Blues Ranch on the Methow River in the resort town of Winthrop, Washington, the Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival is a three-day event packed full of exciting national and regional entertainment for all ages. There is on site camping, food and craft vendors, portable showers, and a beer garden. The Blues Ranch is the perfect setting for one of Washington's greatest blues festivals. The Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival is the largest and longest running festival in the state of Washington. Over seventy-five thousand people have attended this event in the past twenty-four years. The festival has rightfully become a destination event with fans traveling from all over the world to enjoy and celebrate the Blues.
Featuring: JOHNNY WINTER Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk Bonerama Janiva Magness Otis Taylor Band Too Slim & The Taildraggers Nikki Hill Peter Karp & Sue Foley Rosie Ledet Marquise Knox Chris O’Leary Band Matt Hill Band Doug MacLeod Lady “A” and her Baby Blues Funk Band Three days packed full of Rhythm & Blues! Washington State’s largest and longest running blues festival kicks off 7pm, Friday, July 19 with its early show, the “Lowdown Hoedown”, in the Big Top Tent BEER GARDEN at the Blues Ranch featuring Winthrop favorites Too Slim & the Taildraggers, the Matt Hill Band and this year with her blues funk band, Lady “A” in a special fundraising concert for The Cove Food Bank in Twisp, Wash. Saturday and Sunday music starts at 11 am and runs until 2 am. On-site camping, free showers, food and craft vendors, shade tents, and beer garden are all located on the Blues Ranch grounds on the beautiful Methow River. The Friday night Beer Garden Show is $10 or free with weekend pass.