Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival

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Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival
Genre Blues,
Location(s) Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Years active 1999-?
Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival Official website

The Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival (or Edmonton Labatt Blues Fest) was an annual blues music festival in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, which was first held in 1999. The festival runs for three days (a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) in mid-August at the Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park. In 2008, the festival was the recipient of the 'Keeping The Blues Alive Award' from the Blues Foundation, based in Memphis, Tennessee. 2010 saw a name change as the festival became simply The Edmonton Blues Festival.


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Coordinates: 53°31′37″N 113°32′49″W / 53.527°N 113.547°W / 53.527; -113.547