23rd annual Blues & BBQ festival All Tribute Tour

Start Date:
July 18, 2020
End Date:
July 18, 2020
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The 23rd Annual Blues & BBQ Festival is an afternoon of live music, food and artisan vendors and a fun kids’ area in a gorgeous park in Edgewater. All proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity for Metro Denver! $10 per person to get in. Tickets are available at www.bluesnbbq.com.
We also offer a VIP ticket for $100 per person that includes access to the VIP tent all day long with free food, beer, wine and sodas.
The Festival lineup includes tributes to Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, Prince, Santana, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Seger, The Who, Led Zepplin and The Doors. AN UNBELIEVABLE LINE UP! Get your tickets today! https://modtickets.com/Mod/Tickets/Tickets.aspx?id=2693
Vendor and Sponsor opportunities available at https://www.bluesnbbq.com/sponsor

11am Strange Parade a tribute to The Doors

12pm Still The Same a tribute to Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band

1pm   Nick of Time a tribute to Bonnie Raitt

2pm   Soul Sacrifice a tribute to Santana

3pm   The Substitutes a tribute to The Who

4pm   Zepp11 a tribute to Led Zeppelin

5pm   Nanker Phelge a tribute to The Rolling Stones

6pm   Paizley Park a tribute to Prince

7pm   Glory Days a tribute to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

In its 23rd year, Blues & BBQ for Better Housing has raised and donated more than $500,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. Funds are raised during the annual Blues & BBQ for Better Housing Festival, scheduled this year on Saturday, July 18, at Citizen’s Park in Edgewater.

“Every year our show gets better and better,” said Ranger Miller, who heads up the Blues & BBQ Foundation. “A great line up for a great cause.”

Miller said more than 100 volunteers come together each year to support the Blues & BBQ Festival, which features nine local tribute bands and food, beer and crafts from the best local artisans.  With the help of generous, community-oriented sponsors, the proceeds from the event have been used to support Habitat in its mission to build and sell affordable housing to hard-working people. “We raise the money then we go work on someone’s home.  You get to know the people we are helping.  A hand up not a handout.  They become your friends!  It’s a feeling that’s hard to describe,” Miller said. “We build community through music.”

The money raised this year will be used to repair homes through the Critical Repair program.  

For more information about Blues & BBQ for Better Housing, click here.

For more information about Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, click here.

To contact Ranger Miller at Blues and BBQ, email dskranger@aol.com.

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