Blues House Comes to Winchester, VA, July 13, 2013

Blues House Comes to Winchester, VA, July 13, 2013

It’s almost that time again.  What time do you ask?  It’s almost time for the Habitat for Humanity Blues House festival again.  The Blues House is the largest Blues festival in the Northern Shenandoah Valley.  The annual festival is in its 14th year, and it has been a big hit every year. 

This year, the Blues House festival will be held on July 13th from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.  The festivities will take place at the Eagles Club, 700 Baker Lane, Winchester, VA 22601, Aerie 824 Outdoor Pavilion.  The Eagles Club is located on the east side of Winchester just off of route 7 (Berryville Ave).  It’s easy to find, and there is plenty of parking for participants. 

This year’s line-up of artists include Pat Travers Band, The Ori Naftaly Band from Israel, The Skyla Burrel Blues Band, Skinny Velvet, Terry Oates and the Mudcats and special guest musician saxophonist Ron Holloway.  Charles Allman will sing the national anthem. 

It looks like another great show.  Tickets are available online.  Tickets are also available at local businesses or at the door.  Advance tickets are $10, and door tickets are $15.  Chairs are welcome, but please don’t bring a tent.  Food and beverage venders will be on site throughout the event.  Remember, no coolers and no pets allowed.  Bring your sunscreen, and have a great time while supporting your local Habitat for Humanity chapter.

Blues House Comes to Winchester, VA, July 13, 2013