Ealing Blues Festival 2017


Saturday 22nd July 2017


Continuing its legacy as one of the UK's most iconic local festivals, Ealing Blues Festival is back on 22-23rd July with its most exciting line-up of local and international talent to date.

Live: The Blockheads, Mungo Jerry Tom Walker Band, Laura Holland Band, Bourbon Street Revival, Du Bellows, Greg Coulson, Amy Mayes Band, John Crampton, Northsyde, Georgie Chapple Band, Tim Aves and Wolfpack, Steve Morrison and Blues Abuse, Marky Dawson, Andy Twyman, Sam Kelly's Station House, Dan Sowerby and Hugh Budden, Winnie and The Rockettes, Mumbo Jumbo, Geoff Garbow Band, Robert Hokum's Blues Festival All Stars, Uncle Buck, Little Steam, Mack, King Buster Blues Band

Venue: Walpole Park, Ealing, London, W5 5HS, United Kingdom


Tickets: Advance day ticket: GBP 5, Advance weekend ticket: GBP 10, On the door day ticket: GBP 7, On the door weekend ticket: GBP 12

Time: 12pm - 11pm

Continuing its legacy as one of the UK's most iconic local festivals, Ealing Blues Festival is back on the weekend of 22-23rd July with its most exciting line-up of local and international talent to date.

Leading the line-up this year are The Blockheads, celebrating the 40th anniversary of their album 'New Boots and Panties' by bringing their witty lyrics to their biggest London show of the summer. Joining them as headliners across the weekend are Mungo Jerry, famous for their feel good summer anthems and responsible for one of the best selling singles of all time, "In The Summertime", which has sold over 30 million copies.

Founded in 1987, Ealing Blues Festival has developed in partnership with Ealing Council and The Event Umbrella to become one of the biggest blues festivals in the UK. With almost 6,000 people attending last year alone, it has become a cornerstone of Ealing's Summer Festival series.

URLs:
Website: https://go.evvnt.com/119547-1
Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/119547-2

End Date:23rd July 2017












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Last Update: 2017-04-21




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