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Blues Festival Guide 2018

Published April 4, 2018 in Homepage Feature, News

Countdown for the summer has started and blues festivals from coast to coast are announcing exciting lineups! Mark your calendars for these upcoming Ontario blues festivals:

Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival | June 1-3 | Downtown Orangeville, ON
Paisley Blues Festival | June 1-3 | Paisley, ON
The KOOL FM Barrie Jazz and Blues Festival XXIII | June 7-18 | Barrie, ON
Stratford Blues & Ribfest | June 22-24 | Stratford, ON – lineup TBA
Summertime Blues | June 29-30 | Owen Sound, ON
TD Toronto Jazz Festival | June 22-July 1 | Toronto, ON

RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest | July 5-15 | LeBreton Flats, Ottawa, ON
Beaches Jazz Festival | July 6-29 | Toronto, ON
Tremblant International Blues Festival | July 6-15 | Mont-Tremblant, QC
Lighthouse Blues Festival | July 13-15 | Kincardine, ON
Thunder Bay Blues Festival | July 6-8 | Thunder Bay, ON
Beaches International Jazz Festival | July 6-29 | Toronto, ON
Bluesfest Windsor | July 12-15 | Windsor, ON
Porquis Blues Festival | July 20-22 | Porquis, ON

TD Kitchener Blues Festival | August 9-12 | Kitchener, ON
Live from the Rock Folk Festival | August 10-12 | Red Rock, ON
Calabogie Blues Festival | August 17-19 | Calabogie, ON
Markham Jazz Festival | August 17-19 | Markham, ON
Limestone City Blues Festival | August 23-26 | Kingston, ON
London Blues Festival | August 23-26 | London, ON

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