WHAT IS BLUES AT THE CROSSROADS?

Blues at the Crossroads will return on Friday, September 9th and Saturday, September 10th, 2022 and tickets are now on sale! Purchase your tickets online, in advance, and save. 
Online General Admission tickets cost $20. Tickets at the gate will cost $25.

Recognized as one of the premier Blues Festivals in the Midwest, this two-day event provides three stages, local restaurants, local merchant tents, beer and cocktail garden, kid-zone and VIP lounge for VIP ticket holders.

SPOTLIGHT VIP PACKAGES

Purchase a Limited VIP Ticket for an incredible experience!

VIP tickets include 1 day admission, VIP stage viewing areas, luxury portable bathrooms, and a shaded VIP lounge area that includes local celebrity chefs with complimentary hor d’oeuvres, lounge seating, and a shaded cocktail bar including specialty cocktails and top shelf liquors!

Local Celebrity Chefs:

Scout’s Pizzeria
Friday 6pm – 8pm 

Stables and Federal Coffee
Friday 9pm – 11pm 

Umi Grill
Saturday 6pm – 7:30pm 

Bar Bosco
Saturday 8pm – 9:30pm 

J Ford Black Angus and Saratoga
Saturday 10pm – 12pm

Partnered with the “Music is Key” charitable organization

Music is Key was created to provide musical instruments for underserved children in our community. Our goal is to instill confidence and provide opportunities for children who are often forgotten. Since 2015 we have provided close to 100 instruments to children in the Wabash Valley. We strive to develop Music is Key into a free after school program for students who attend Vigo County schools. This would not only provide instruments, but instruction, support and community for the students who need it the most.

BRICK AND MORTAR VENDORS

Scout’s Pizzeria
The Verve
Federal Coffee and Fine Foods
Bar_Botics Arcade
Chava’s Mexican Grill
Patty Shack
Copper Bar
Culinary Queens
Hilton Garden Tent

Convention Center Tent
Rick’s Smokehouse & Grill(VIP Lounge Only)
Jimmy John’s(VIP Lounge Only)

KIDS 16 and UNDER GET IN FREE

Friday

5:00 – 7:00pm
Make and Perform (Noisemakers, Kazoos, Guitars, Ect.) by the Children’s
Museum

5:00 – 7:00pm
Foam Homies Foam Cannon

5:00 – 7:00pm
Burger Auto Remote Control Cars

5:30 – 7:00pm
Instrument Petting Zoo from the Main Mix and the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra inside the Swope Education Center

5:30 – 7:00pm
Swope Art Museum sidewalk chalk art

Saturday

4:00 – 7:00pm
Make and Perform (Noisemakers, Kazoos, Guitars, Ect.) by the Children’s Museum

4:30 – 7:00pm
Instrument Petting Zoo from the Main Mix and the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra inside the Swope Education Center

4:30 – 7:00pm
Swope Art Museum sidewalk chalk art

ADDITIONAL SPONSORS.

ADDITIONAL THANK YOU

to everyone who works to make this event possible, every sponsor, every volunteer, every artist, every musical act, every vendor, every bartender, every gate worker and every attendee, THANK YOU! We couldn’t pull this event off without the support of you all! ❤️ We would like to officially name the members of the Planning Board: Connie Wrin, Alec Thompson, Cathy Wood, Cheryl Maners, Kandace Hinton, Mary Howard - Hamilton, Mark Taylor, Scout Wrin, Paul Emge, David Goodier, Jace Lewis, Megan Swan, and Eleanor Jones Also a special thanks to: Kylie Dunkley, Franklin Brown, Kevin Bracken, April McClain, Dave Patterson, and Robin Beller
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS: Democratic Women's Caucus and Family Services Association

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