Regina gets the blues for eight days

February 7, 2018 by  

The Mid-Winter Blues Festival is taking place in Regina beginning at the end of the month and lasting for more than a week, in a presentation of the Regina Blues Association.

Both paid and free events will be held at various venues throughout the city, including The Exchange and the Regina Performing Arts Centre. Tickets will range in price from $25 up to $65 depending on the venue.

The festival will kick-off at The Capitol; performers will be Billy Hughes & Jeff Storrey, and The Treefellers. Admission is free of charge.

Some of the artists who are confirmed to be appearing at this year’s festival are Big Sugar, the Powder Blues Band, Terraplane, Call Me Mildy, and Romi Mayes.

Special events include an all-ages show on March 1 at The Exchange, which will feature Gord Arnold and Saskatoon’s Legendary Rhythm and Blues Review, among others. Tickets are $25 each. There will also be a finale at the Casino Regina Show Lounge for those aged 19 and over, and a free after-party on March 3 at The Capitol featuring Call Me Mildy.

Regina flyer printing services are often hired to help advertise events like this.

The Mid-Winter Blues Festival will be from February 24 until March 3. For the most up-to-date information about the festival, contact the Regina Blues Association at 306-924-0831.