Destination Blues 2015 Brings Soulful Music to North Central PA

When folks talk about the winter blues here in the Bloomsburg
area, they’re not talking mood swings. They’re talking great music: the 2ndAnnual Destination Blues weekend, February 7-9.

It’s a fun-filled three days featuring
international, national and regional blues performers playing in various
venues, including here at The Inn, Farmhouse and  Brewing Co. at Turkey Hill.

Plan a stay with us for that weekend and you won’t only be
treating your sweetie to an early Valentine’s Day gift, you’ll be smack dab in
the heart of the fun, as two of Friday’s shows will be held our Turkey Hill
Brewing Co. Pub and Grille. And you won’t have to worry about driving to the other
shows—tickets
include door-to-door bus transportation. Also included is entry to all shows
with no additional cover charges.
For specific acts and times of the shows, be sure to check
the Destination Blues website, but here is the general information.
Friday-Sunday, February 6-8, 2015
Friday and Saturday, venues around Bloomsburg, PA
Saturday evening and Sunday, Caldwell Consistory
150 Market Street, Bloomsburg
Tickets:
Full weekend, $40/person; $50/person starting February 6
Friday-Saturday only, $24/person; $30 starting February 6
Sunday only, $25/person; $30/person starting February 6
570-317-2596
The musical weekend kicks off on Friday at 4:30 p.m. at our TurkeyHill Brewing Co. with Miner Blues. This trio of Bret Alexander, Tony Halchak
and Ed Randazzo draws on the rich history of Pennsylvania’s coal region for
their heartfelt tunes. Later that evening, from 10:00 to midnight, guests can
enjoy Swampcandy, an award-winning duo known for Mississippi blues and
roots-influenced music. Twelve venues will be participating Friday evening—with
a total of 16 different acts— including Bandit’s Roadhouse, Berwick
Brewing and the West End Ale Haus.
Saturday’s events begin with a 9:30-11:00 Breakfast with the Blues show, followed
by a Blues Lunch. The evening
includes food, and music on two stages at the Caldwell Conservatory.  A new addition this year is Sunday Gospel Blues featuring a
powerhouse of a voice, Alexis P. Suter. Ms. Suter’s renditions have won her
many honors, and when B.B. King’s in her hometown of New York, you can often
catch her as his opening act.

Give us a call at The Inn, Farmhouse and Turkey Hill Brewing
Co. We’ll  be happy to help you plan your
Destination Blues weekend—and make sure you enjoying a relaxing stay.

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