Chicago Claims Top City For The Blues - Days Inn Chicago
What are your plans for the weekend of June 10th - 12th? Chicago is bringing down the house - of blues, that is, at Grant Park. Grab your besties, neighbors, family and friends and head over for a weekend that won't disappoint. Top performers in the land of the blues is descending on the Windy City for the music that made legends. Whether you're a fan of B.B. King or Stevie Ray Vaughan, you'll find the soulful tunes that feed your heart at the Chicago Blues Festival. The performers scheduled to appear will be gracing the venues on four stages. June 10th's line-up is:
Petrillo Music Shell Stage-
- Tommy Castro & The Painkillers
- Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperial
- Shemekia Copeland.
Bud Light Crossroads Stage has:
- Peaches Staten
- Maurice John Vaughn
- Moreland & Arbuckle
- Curtis Salgado
Jackson Mississippi Rhythm and Blues Stage features:
- Sherman Lee Dillon
- Pat Brown
- Eddie Shaw & The Wolfgang
- Kenny "Beedy Eyes" Smith Jam Session
Pepsi Front Porch presents:
- Blues in the Schools with Stone Academy, Eric Noden, Katherine Davis
- Fruteland Jackson
- The Omar Coleman Band
- Legend of Blues with Sam Lay, Corky Siegel & Marcella Detroit
The jam continues throughout the weekend on each stage. Check out the incredible line-up and come ready for the best blues north of Mississippi, home of blues legends Muddy Waters, B.B. King and Elvis Presley. A special tribute to legendary blues guitarist, Otis Rush, is taking over Petrillo Music Shell Stage on Sunday June 12th at 8pm to close out the festival by the weekend's performers including some "surprise guests."
Our downtown Chicago hotel is minutes from Grant Park offering comfort, sophistication and convenience. Make plans to stay with us and enjoy a delicious hot breakfast each morning at our Daybreak Breakfast Bar. Reservations can be made by calling 1-773-525-7010.