Everything you need to know about the Waterfront Blues Festival

Waterfront Blues Festival

The Blues Festival runs July 4-7

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The sun is up, the tents are out and the 32nd annual Waterfront Blues Festival is ready to kick off this Thursday, July 4.

This year’s festival runs July 4-7 at Tom McCall Waterfront Park.

There will be 4 stages for the 4-day festival with more than 100 performers slated to appear. Acts include Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Vintage Trouble, California Honeydrops, Shemekia Copeland, Cyril Neville, Roy Rogers and Sugaray Rayford. 

Full coverage of the Blues Festival

A 4-day pass starts at just $50 — an average of $12.50 per day. Buy tickets here.

Proceeds from the Blues Festival will go to Portland’s Sunshine Division. There will also be bins at entrances for non-perishable food donations.

Get pumped: Listen to the Waterfront Blues Festival playlist
More about Blues Cruises
Donate to the Sunshine Division

KOIN TV is a major sponsor of the Waterfront Blues Festival, along with KGON Radio, The Oregonian and Buick GMC of Beaverton

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