The PBPS invites you to the official Press Conference/Announcement Party for the 24th Annual Carolina Blues Festival, tomorrow (Wednesday) March 24 around 4:30 pm, at Europa Cafe, Downtown Greensboro on Davie Street in the Cultural Center and next to Festival Park.
We’ll announce the lineup for the 24th Annual Carolina Blues Festival, presented by the PBPS in association with YES! Weekly (and it’s a killer lineup!). Bluesman Charley Ward will perform a solo set around 5pm.
Europa will have their Wine Wednesday special (half-priced wine!) and their usual great menu. Plus, tickets for the 24th Annual Carolina Blues Festival will be on sale for just $15 per ticket; that’s half-off the day-of show price!
We hope to see you at Europa tomorrow, Wednesday, March 24th.
We’ll announce the lineup around 4:30 or so, and then bring on Charley Ward. Come on out and meet our Trustees, Sponsors, Supporters, Friends and the Blues Family!
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See y’all Wednesday, 4PM at Europa!
About the Piedmont Blues Preservation Society
The Piedmont Blues Preservation Society is an educational non-profit organization which was officially incorporated in the state of North Carolina in August 1985. The society is governed by a volunteer board of sixteen officers, representing a broad cross section of the local community. The general funding is provided through membership dues, souvenir sales, corporate and private donations and grants. The society currently has approximately one hundred active members.
The mission of the PBPS is the preservation and presentation of the American Blues tradition through live performances, educational programs and workshops, and the documentation of local North Carolina tradition through written, audio, visual and digital media, and our own Blues archives. The PBPS publishes a weekly online BLUES BLAST which is sent to members, other blues societies, individuals involved in the Blues recording industry and local media. Annual programs include a Blues Week and the Carolina Blues Festival, Regional Blues Challenges for Solo/Duo and Bands, and Blues in the Schools/Blues in the Centers programs.
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