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Mississippi-connected and blues/roots-music movies. We also feature live blues music performances, history bus tours, workshops, nightly lobby receptions, special guests and more.Find out more »
It's "Half blues festival, half small-town fair and all about the Delta!" Related Events run Thursday through Sunday, and the main event itself is all day/night Saturday — with 13 daytime music stages, 20+ nighttime venues, 100 blues acts, 100 street vendors (food, arts & crafts, etc.), petting zoo, rock wall, history bus tours, educational events, racing pigs, monkeys riding dogs and much more.Find out more »
Great Blues Music at great venues Cat Head, Bluesberry Café, and New Roxy in Clarksdale MS.Find out more »
Come for King Biscuit Festival in near by Helena Arkansas and stay for Sunday fun with Cat Head Mini Blues Fest in downtown Clarksdale.Find out more »
October 11, 2020 Super Blues Sunday: Cat Head Mini Blues Fest (9am) Bluesberry Cafe Blues Breakfast (10am) Delta Blues Museum special hours (noon) Ground Zero Blues Club blues brunch (11am) Hopson Commissary/Shack Up Inn's Pinetop Perkins Celebration (3pm) Levon's Sunday Ramble (3:30pm) Hooker Grocer + Eatery (5pm) Red's Juke Joint Jam (7pm) and more!Find out more »
The Mississippi Delta Tennessee Williams Festival celebrates and explores the life and works of Tennessee Williams, his Mississippi Delta roots, and the history of Clarksdale and Coahoma County. The festival is held all over the city of Clarksdale, including events in the Cutrer Mansion, named "Belvoir" by the Cutrer family, who were featured often in Williams' Delta plays.Find out more »