Feeling the blues?
You will this weekend, but in a good way, at the Blues and Jazz Festival.
Over the years, this free, family oriented event has played host to many musical acts from both far and wide. One of Erie’s most popular festivals, the Blues and Jazz Fest is celebrating its 25th anniversary this weekend, but with some very noticeable changes.
For the first time ever, the festival will run for three days at Frontier Park.
Emily Dauber of the Erie Art Museum tells us, “we are bringing back Roger Montgomery Band and Mary Alice Brown to pay homage to 25 years of festival as they performed at very first festival.”
It kicks off this afternoon and runs until 8 tonight, featuring artists and performers, as well as food trucks.
It will start back up at 11am on Saturday and noon on Sunday.
So, head down to Frontier Park for a relaxing and soothing weekend.
Go to ErieArtMuseum.org for more show times, and more information!