Paoli Blues Fest set for Oct. 1
Music, dancing, food, vendors — and chance choose to win vacation
From noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. the Paoli Blues Fest & Street Fair will take place in the Paoli Village Shoppes, 41 Paoli Plaza – across from Paoli Train Station
Paoli Blues Fest & Street Fair is whole day of music, dancing, food, a Beer Garden, 100-plus vendors with give-aways, contests, special offers, and great things to buy.
This year, The Paoli Blues Fest is raising funds with the “Pick Your Trip Raffle.” One winner, three incredible trips from which to choose: a private Villa in Cabo San Lucas for 8 friends or the Kentucky Derby 2017 or Golf at Scotland’s Home of Golf.
Find out details and fill out a raffle form and purchase a ticket with PayPal at paolibluesfest.com Only 250 Tickets are being sold and after your online purchase, one of the 250 tickets will be sent to you through the mail. Drawing is Dec. 4 – wouldn’t that make a great holiday gift?
Find out the details about this raffle and the trips at: http://www.paolibluesfest.com/?page_id=1698
The band line-up for 2016 includes:
Noon: Vanessa Collier – heart soul & saxophone
1 p.m.: Roger Girke Band - singer, writer and road tested guitarist with a career including over 3,900 live shows
2 p.m.: Blow the House Down featuring Paoli Blues Fest founder, Ken Klaus on harp and lead vocals.
3 p.m. Little Buddy: AA Mark Kormanik is a celebrated guitarist with a repertoire of original music that has his own unique sound.
4 p.m. Dukes of Destiny: Philadelphia’s longest-lived and best loved blues act.
5 p.m. Russ Lambert & The Shakedancer Band: Hometown, home grown blues artists. This Grand Finale is hot blues that brings everyone on their feet to dance until the last note.
The Paoli Blues Fest is free, but visitors are asked to bring non-perishable food for the Chester County Food Bank.
The Paoli Blues Fest is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency and the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. And a big thanks also goes out to our many sponsors. Find them listed and linked on paolibluesfest.com.
Paoli Blues Fest is a registered 501 (c)3, so consult a professional for tax questions.
For more information about the Fest, being a vendor, parking and transportation, or where to stay or other things to do in the area visit: paolibluesfest.com.
This year’s poster for the Paoli Blues Fest.