The BluesFest is back in London this October, and it's bringing with it a dazzling array of international stars from the worlds of blues, rock and soul. From October 28 to 30, The O2 complex will be filled with the sounds of the Geoff Garbow Band, Never the Bride, West London Roots Revue, The Paul Cook Blues Band, Liquorice Moon, Warmduscher, Heartworms, Pale Blue Eyes, BC Camplight and more. This year's festival is being held in partnership with American Express and will use all areas of The O2 complex, including the Arena, with capacity for 2000 people, Indigo at The O2 and Brooklyn Bowl. The festival will also present the first concert in London in six years by Paul Rodgers' rock supergroup, Bad Company.
Richie Sambora, American guitarist and Bon Jovi collaborator, will be a special guest at this show. Additionally, Bill Wyman's 80th anniversary concert will feature Mark Knopfler, Bob Geldof, Imelda May and Mick Hucknall. The BluesFest is quickly becoming one of the most renowned blues, soul and roots festivals in the world. Set in Walpole Park and at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on the south coast, this year's lineup is sure to be an unforgettable experience for music lovers. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to see some of the world's best performers!.