KRCC presents The 5th ANNUAL BLUES UNDER THE BRIDGE FESTIVAL, featuring the Holmes Brothers, Otis Taylor, Big Sandy and his Fly Rite Boys, Eden Brent, and more…

Location: Under the Colorado Avenue Bridge, Colorado Springs, CO ( map )

Tickets: KRCC member discount tickets $20 at the KRCC Studios. General public tickets available for $28 through www.Ticketweb.com and at all Independent Records and Video locations. Day of show tickets $35 at the gate – COMPLETE FFESTIVAL DETAILS at www.BluesUndertheBridge.com.

 

One Response to Blues Under the Bridge This Weekend

  1. Cass Adams says:

    Do you have dates and a tentaive lineup for Blues Under the Bridge 2012? Can you send me any information and links about this. Thankss

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