Hundred Seventy Split at Bluesfest Windsor 2015.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Four Days Of Music In July

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(WINDSOR, ON) – Get ready for shakin’ on the waterfront this July 14 through 17. Whether you’re in the mood for blues rock, reggae, soul, or flat out hard-core blues, tickets for the widely anticipated 2016 Bluesfest on the Windsor waterfront are ready for pickup, or delivery to your inbox.

Bluesfest Windsor has expanded to four days, tis year, and will feature 28 bands, including  ten local favourites, a second stage for non-stop live blues, plus an all new food court.

“Bluesfest Windsor is now a fully-ticketed event requiring all patrons to purchase a valid ticket to enter,” said Rob Petroni, the president of Bluesfest Windsor. “Sponsors plus ticket sales are the key to a successful, high-quality event. That’s our goal in our third year and going forward.”

Single tickets are available for $25 for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and $10 for Sunday; a daily savings of $5 off the gate price.

If you choose, there is a three-day Weekend Passport To The Blues for $50 where you save up to $25.

Save big on the new four-day Passport To The Blues. It’s a $75 all-event offer offering up to $30 in savings. Really savvy folks will take advantage of the early bird price for only $60 and save up to $45. But you have to hurry. The early bird offer ends May 31 at 11:00pm sharp. All prices are in Canadian funds.

Ticket outlets include all Scotiabank branches in the Windsor and Essex County, Long and McQuade on Walker Road, Shooter’s Roadhouses in Harrow and Amherstburg, and South Detroit restaurant in downtown Windsor.

Online ticket sales are available with no additional online service fee at snapdwindsor.

Check out artists’ bios and videos and get the entire festival schedule with ticket details at Bluesfest Windsor.