Clarksdale Caravan Music Fest this weekend

May 10, 2013 in Entertainment, Events, News, Statewide News, Top Stories

From The Mississippi Link Newswire

CLARKSDALE – Following the Blues Music Awards, the 7th annual Clarksdale Caravan Music Fest will be held on Saturday, May 11 and Sunday May 12 in downtown Clarksdale.

Musicians will be performing in front of Cathead, 252 Delta Ave., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and outside the Rock & Blues Museum, 113 E. 2nd Street,  from 1 to 6 p.m.

Blues fans and tourists venture down the legendary “Blues Highway 61” to Clarksdale, the site of the historic “Blues Crossroads”, to experience the individual signature blues style of the participating musicians and bands.

The Clarksdale Caravan Music Fest is a free mini street fest and the musicians perform for the love of blues music.  The performances start at Cathead, 252 Delta, at 10 a.m. with the Robert “Wolfman” Belfour & All Night Long Blues Band, At 1pm the fest continues at  the Rock & Blues Museum, 113 E. 2nd St., and features  Theo D “Boogieman” and Daddy Rich, Little Bobby Blues band, Stan Street Blues Band featuring KING FISH, David Raye & David Summers.

The Fest continues on Sunday, May 12 at Cathead at 11 pm, featuring Sean “Bad Apple” and David Raye and moves on to the Rock and Blues Museum at 1 pm with Theo D” Boogieman”, Daddy Rich, Little Bobby, David Raye, Dave Summers and guests. A blues jam outside the Rock & Blues Museum, will conclude the fest at the end of Sunday afternoon.

Musicians  are welcome to play and perform for the love of music free event.