The Baton Rouge Blues Foundation proudly brings the 21st annual Baton Rouge Blues Festival to downtown Baton Rouge Saturday, April 11, 2015, from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. located in and around Repentance Park and Galvez Plaza.
The free to the public, family-friendly festival will feature an impressive lineup of internationally-recognized performers and local blues legends alike, including Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires; Arrested Development; Heartless Bastards; Heritage Blues Orchestra; Lazy Lester; James "Chicken Scratch" Johnson; Larry Garner; Son Little; Kenny Acosta and the House Reckers; Louisiana Blues Revisited with Clay Parker, Ryan Harris and Denton Hatcher; Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band Official Site; Henry Turner Jr and Flavor; Wil Jackson; Harvey Knox and the Soul Spectrum Band; The Lighthouse Singers; Baton Rouge Music Studios, LLC; Quiana Lynell and the Lush Life Band; and The Chambers.
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Originating in 1981, the Baton Rouge Blues Festival is one of the oldest free blues festivals in America. During the past three years, the festival has become one of the nation's fastest growing blues festivals of its kind, consistently growing in attendance to more than 18,000 people ranging from ages 18 to 65. Produced by the Baton Rouge Blues Foundation, the festival is made possible in part by the foundation board of directors, a volunteer Blues Festival Committee, numerous sponsors, partners and local support. All revenue generated from the festival goes towards the mission of the Baton Rouge Blues Foundation to help continue its goal to promote, preserve and celebrate the Swamp Blues music native to Baton Rouge, Louisiana.