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Blues and Bones Festival for Two or Four on Saturday, July 27 from Noon to 10 p.m. (Up to 52% Off)

Calaveras County Fairgrounds

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Musicians include John Lee Hooker Jr., Daniel Castro, and Deja Blues entertain fest goers; audiences can vote on their favorite barbecue

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Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Concerts, like dimly lit chandeliers, are more impressive outdoors and are more enchanting when adorned with strategically placed glow sticks.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for entry for two (a $39.98 value)
  • $38 for entry for four (a $79.96 value)

The third annual Blues and Bones Festival takes place on Saturday, July 27, from noon until 10 p.m. at Calaveras County Fairgrounds. Crowds gather to hear singers' soulful wails, see guitarists' lightning-fast fingers move up and down fretboards, and set their watches to drummers' precise timekeeping. Musicians include John Lee Hooker Jr., Jeramy Norris & the Dangerous Mood, and Pinkie & Blind Resistance. While listening to the bands, audiences can purchase tickets to sample barbecue and vote on the best.

Blues and Bones Festival

The blues can spawn from many different things. A life full of regrets. A failed relationship with a former sweetheart. A favorite Cheers episode interrupted by the Public Broadcasting System. With the blues, there's always a story in between the notes of every chord progression. At some point, however, all of that melancholy comes full circle, and the music transforms into a raucous celebration of life. That's certainly the case at the Blues and Bones Festival, where crowds gather to hear regional blues artists, from soulful singers to lightening-fast guitarists, share their euphonious stories to cheering crowds.

Though the expressive performances of these artists certainly shake attendees right down to their bones, the "bones" in the event title actually refers to the remnants of slow-smoked BBQ. In addition to the music, the outdoor festival culls a melange of food vendors who add their own signature seasonings to pork, chicken, and beef in hopes of taking home prizes.



Tips

  • “We spent $20 per person on food/drink tickets, which is how you pay for the barbecue and other food items. The idea is to sample from several BBQ vendors and then...”

    “We spent $20 per person on food/drink tickets, which is how you pay for the barbecue and other food items. The idea is to sample from several BBQ vendors and then vote for your favorite. It's worth bringing a camp chair or lawn chair to relax as you enjoy the blues music. Sunscreen is a must, and so is a hat.”

  • “Not at all as good as last year Wingnut was the ONLY blues band there the rest couldn't play blues if they were painted blue. best you could call it was southern rock...”

    “Not at all as good as last year Wingnut was the ONLY blues band there the rest couldn't play blues if they were painted blue. best you could call it was southern rock and a little Santana. Not worth the ticket this year”

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    Calaveras County Fairgrounds

    101 Frogtown Road

    Angels Camp, California 95222

    209-736-2561

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