Daytona Blues Festival
September 9, 2016
As autumn quickly approaches, we want to make sure you know all of the fun things Daytona Beach has to offer! Traveling in the fall is great because hotel rates and airfare are very affordable. Plus, there’s nothing better than relaxing on a less crowded beach and blending in with the locals, enjoying seasonal events like this amazing music festival! Make sure to visit the Hawaiian Inn’s website for pricing and availability before you travel as rooms are likely so sell out during special event weekends! And if you have any questions, check out our Facebook page and we will be glad to help you. As for the festival, here are the details:
What: A three-day long Blues Festival featuring nationally known artists and emerging blues artists, which draws blues lovers from all over the US, Canada, and Europe.
When: October 7-9, 2016.
Where: The 7th edition of the Blues Festival will be held at the historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark in downtown Daytona Beach.
Artist lineup (mainstage):
The 2016 artists for the Main Stage are:
2:30 pm VANESSA COLLIER
4:00 pm LONG TALL DEB with Colin John
5:30 pm KATY GUILLEN and THE GIRLS
7:15 pm CAROLYN WONDERLAND
9:00 pm SHAKURA S’AIDA
1:00 pm WILLIE GREEN BAND
2:30 pm THE DELGADO BROTHERS
4:00 pm TAS CRU
5:30 pm ALVIN YOUNGBLOOD HART’S MUSCLE THEORY
7:15 pm JOE LOUIS WALKER
9:00 pm MARCIA BALL
1:00 pm BEN HUNTER and JOE SEAMONS
2:30 pm THE PAUL DESLAURIERS BAND
4:15 pm TINSLEY ELLIS
6:00 pm SUGARAY RAYFORD BAND
7:45 pm VICTOR WAINWRIGHT & The WildRoots
- 1 day ticket is $30
- 3 day ticket is $75
- Tickets are not refundable
Student ticket with valid student ID is $15 per day – must be purchased at the festival. Children under 14. One child admitted free with 1 paid adult ticket. Tickets are available here.
Feel good about it: The Daytona Blues Foundation is actually a 501(C)3 Not-For-Profit Corporation with the purpose of developing an annual blues music weekend to generate proceeds for health initiatives for women and children in Volusia County. The Daytona Blues Festival is run by volunteers; no salaries are drawn from any monies generated by the festival, and all proceeds fund women’s and children’s health services in Volusia and Flagler counties.
We look forward to seeing you soon!