Washington Blues Society presents the 2019 Snohomish Blues Invasion on November 17

The tenth annual one-day pub crawl styled mini-fest in venues on First Street in Historic Downtown Snohomish will be held Sunday,
November 17th from 1 pm to 10 pm.

A Suggested $10 donation will be taken at the door, but we will turn no one away as the public is welcome to attend.

All the proceeds go to the IBC Fund to send our entrants to compete against over 200 acts on historic Beale Street in Memphis TN at the 2020 International Blues Challenge held January 28 to February 2, 2020. This year’s entrants are The CD Woodbury Band and the Blue Moon Marquee duo.

Historic First street will be filled with music from full bands, small groups and solo acts all day.

Join the fun event that was the Winner of 2017 “Best of the Blues,” award for the” Best Non-festival event.” Once again, The Oxford Saloon*, Stewart’s and Piccadilly Circus Pub* will host full bands and the smaller venues Grilla Bites* and Looking Glass Coffee* shop will host acoustic acts. An FYI to parents Stewarts is a 21 over club, the others (*) are open to all ages.

The star-studded list of performers who are volunteering their time and talents for the event includes e IBC entrants the CD Woodbury Band along with Harp Dog Brown and his Uptown Blues band from British Columbia, The T Town Aces, and the Rece Jay Band, and the Soulful 88’s, from Tacoma and Seattle bands Polly O’Keary and the Rhythm Method, The High Note Group, The Shady Rays, Tera Plane, Eric Rice, Neal Fallen and Borrowed Time, MAD BOJO, CC Adams band, and more. The smaller venues will feature acoustic and small group sets from Stacy Jones, Sheri, and Da Boyz, Brian Butler, Nick Vigarino, The Blue Healers, Flying Blind, Greg Murat, Dennis Griffiths, Andy Koch, and the Bad Dogg Blues Society and more.

Go to WABlues.org for more details and full lineup of scheduled performers.

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