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Chester County Blues Barbecue

The 7th Annual Chester County Blues Barbecue once again comes to Wyndsor Farm in beautiful northern Chester County, Pennsylvania. Five hours of great music (three bands), great food plus beer and wine! The action starts at 2P and runs to 7PM (often past!) This year’s lineup is The Nighthawks, Georgie Bonds and Deb Callahan. There will also be acoustic Blues entertainment between sets in the beer tent. The Nighthawks: Sheryl and Don Crow of the Nashville Blues Society says it best about The Nighthawks: “Hey—good blues is good blues, whether it’s stripped-down or amped-up, and The Nighthawks have been pitchin’ a boogie for some forty years, and they just keep getting better!” Georgie Bonds : A Chester County Blues Barbecue alumni and Pennsylvania Blues Hall of Famer Georgie Bonds is well known for his rich and soulful music. Georgie earned his chops the hard way drawing on his troubled life before music and the results are obvious in his sound. Deb Callahan: Blues Revue Magazine says of Deb Callahan: “Deb Callahan possesses an instinctive feel for the blues. As a songwriter, Callahan’s gift lies in bringing fresh perspectives to classic lyrical themes…” Food-wise, there will be more variety than ever with everything from full-on barbecue to ice cream. The party will go on rain or shine. If the shine’s not there, the party moves into Wyndsor Farm’s cavernous indoor horse arena so bring your chairs and blankets and enjoy the event. For tickets: All proceeds benefit the Coventry Lions Club’s many local, regional, national and international service activities. Local charities supported include Lions Club “KidSight” program, Leader Dogs, North Coventry Food Pantry, In Ians Boots, Lions Beacon Lodge and many many more.

Date & Time

June 4, 2016

2:00PM - 7:00PM

More Info

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Advanced $15, At Gate $20

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