This year keeps getting better and better,music lovers are being spoiled in all ways possible. The Durban Blue Festival dates for this year have been confirmed. This annual event is set to take place on September 1st and 2nd. The show’s headliner is an international Blue Ambassador Charlie Love.
The Festival is exclusively about the music genre, The Blues but mixes a bit of a dance. If you looking to relax your mind and put your heart at ease then this festival is exactly what you need.
“When the festival was staged for the first time in 2005 at Wilson’s Wharf, the intention was to create an event, synonymous with Durban alone and to make Durban the Blues Capital of South Africa – hopefully, the continent of Africa eventually. The intention was and still is, to educate music lovers and to encourage their support of this easy listening style and we think that we have achieved this with a steady growth of fans and growing attendance every year,” says Themi Venturas, thefestival director.
Details About The Programme :
Friday, 1 September 2017, 7.30pm, R150
•The Smoke and Liquid Band – Johannesburg
•Black Cat Bone – Johannesburg
•Charlie Love – USA
Saturday, 2 September 2017, 7pm, R150
•Cinnamon Blue – Durban
•Rusty Red Trio – Durban
•Gerald Clarke – Cape Town
•Dan Patlansky – SA/ International
Saturday 2, September – Afternoon at 2pm to 5pm (Free)
Glenwood Village Music will host Fender Concert which sees a picking of Durban’s finest blues musicians such as Callie Housdon Thompson on keys, Andy Turrell on drums and Llewellyn Chetty on bass as they back Charlie Love on Friday night.
•Uber Shuttle service is available to and from the venue – Book your ride
•Merchandise table on site will carry select tee shirts and artists CD’s.
•A cash bar with a selection of SAB beers and ciders, and other choices and food vendors on site
•R100 buys you a raffle ticket for a R15,000 Lewitt Custom Designed and built bass guitar.
For more information and updates visit the www.DurbanBluesFestival.com