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Big Names are Rocking the Stage

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Big Names are Rocking the Stage

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Thunder Bay Blues Festival will not disappoint

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It’s a July party like no other, the Thunder Bay Blues Festival in Thunder Bay July 6-8, 2018 is a perfect reason to plan at trip to the Lakehead to kick start your summer.

In previous years, headliners have included Canadian celtic rockers Alan Doyle and Great Big Sea in 2013, Blue Rodeo in 2012, Barenaked Ladies, Burton Cummings and Amanda Marshall in 2017; every year playing to a packed festival area on the Thunder Bay waterfront.

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Book your tickets and accommodations for a great three-day weekend stay in Thunder Bay as the shores of Lake Superior come alive again for the 17th annual edition of one of Canada's popular outdoor concerts.

This year’s Blues Fest boasts a world-class international lineup of superlative talent that puts “V” in variety like you’ve never experienced before.

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A Stellar 2018 Lineup

This year’s lineup includes a number of fantastic local performers as well as well-known acts Big Wreck, the Arkells, Alan Doyle, Pat Benetar, Sarah McLachlin, Melissa Etheridge and Sheryl Crow! For a complete list of the nearly 20 performing acts, festival information, and to purchase tickets, visit tbayblues.ca.

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