Portland 4th of July Weekend: 2017 Waterfront Blues Festival Schedule & Info | 120+ Acts, Chris Isaak, Joss Stone, Big Head Blues Club & More!

From our sponsors:
Safeway Albertsons Waterfront Blues Fest
Benefiting Oregon Food Bank
June 30-July 4, 2017
More info: waterfrontbluesfest.com

Tom McCall Waterfront Park
SW Naito Pkwy Portland, OR 97204

Join blues legends, up-and-comers and local acts to mark the 30th Anniversary of the Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival, presented by First Tech Federal Credit Union, June 30 — July 4, 2017 at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. This year’s festival will run five days and feature 120 blues acts on four stages. Festival proceeds help Oregon Food Bank fight hunger in Oregon and Clark County, Washington.

Headliners include:
Big Head Todd Blues Club, Chris Isaak, Joss Stone, Galactic, Elvin Bishop, Fantastic Negrito, Canned Heat, JD McPherson, Bokante, Pine Leaf Boys, MarchFourth, Pimps of Joytime, Booker T Stax Revue, Cedric Burnside Project, Sonny Landreth

Additional acts include:
Chubby Carrier, Southern Avenue, Greyhounds, The Revelers, Blynd, Jontavious Willis, Brother Yusef, Dirty Bourbon River Show, Donna Angelle, Dustbowl Revival, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Eric Gales, The Suffers, Chris Cain, Monkey Junk, Sons of the Soul Revivers

Five days, four stages and more than 150 eclectic performances. For just $10 a day Waterfront Blues Festival is the concert deal of the summer,” said Artistic Director Peter Dammann. “But it’s much more than that. For three decades this event has supported Oregon Food Bank while reaffirming and strengthening the threads that bind us as a community. This has become one of the great community music festivals and it could only happen in Portland.”

“We are truly humbled to mark 30 years of support from the blues community to feed the human spirit of the 1 in 5 people facing hunger in our state. Since 1988, this iconic festival has raised more than $10 million and 1,000 tons of food for hunger relief. This is an achievement we are extremely proud of — and an achievement that is unprecedented in the concert festival business, said Oregon Food Bank CEO Susannah Morgan.

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