Experience the Best of Blues Music at the London Blues Festival

Are you a fan of blues music? If so, you won't want to miss the London Blues Week, an exciting exploration of this age-old genre. From October 28 to 30, the festival will be held in partnership with American Express and will use all areas of The O2 complex, including the Arena, with a capacity for 2000 people, the Indigo at The O2 and the Brooklyn Bowl. A dazzling array of international stars from the world of blues, rock and soul will come to London in October when the BluesFest returns to The O2 for three days of unmissable live music. Blues music originated in the late 19th century under the influence of African Americans, who brought with them folk music, rhythms and spiritual themes.

It usually takes place over six days, and you can buy tickets for London Blues Week to see only the artists you want or a full week pass that allows you to visit it as often as you want. The festival will also present the first concert in London in six years by Paul Rodgers' rock supergroup, Bad Company, with American guitarist and Bon Jovi collaborator Richie Sambora as a special guest and a unique concert for Bill Wyman's 80th anniversary with Mark Knopfler, Bob Geldof, Imelda May and Mick Hucknall. Following in the footsteps of great blues creators such as BB King, Buddy Guy, Etta James and Muddy Waters, you'll find the London Blues Week lineup with such interesting names as Mud Morganfield, Bernie Marsden, Joe Louis Walker and Marcus Bonfanti. Celebrated since its opening at the legendary 100 Club, London Blues Week is giving free rein to other festivals such as The Great British Rock and Blues Festival, Bristol International Jazz and Blues Festival and Rawa Blues Festival. If you're an extreme blues addict or just interested in diving into the water, don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to experience some of the best blues music around. You can now buy or sell your London Blues Week tickets on StubHub.

So don't wait any longer - get your tickets now and join us for an unforgettable experience!.

Jean Mckelvie
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