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North Jersey Blues Alliance Vice President Gregory Burrus

NORTH JERSEY BLUES ALLIANCE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUGUST 29, 2017
Press Release
(West Orange, NJ)-The North Jersey Blues Alliance announces that the 2017 South Mountain International Blues Festival will be held on Sunday, September 10th from 12 PM to 8 PM at the Cherry Lane/Oakdale Picnic Area at South Mountain Reservation in West Orange, NJ. The South Mountain International Blues Festival is an all-day event featuring a dynamic lineup of world-renowned Blues artist. The Festival is presented by music and entertainment impresario Mike Griot, Essex County, and the North Jersey Blues Alliance (NJBA).

An annual late summer staple in northern New Jersey, the South Mountain International Blues Festival is a day for lovers of all music genres. Presented free of charge on the sprawling acreage at the base of South Mountain Reservation, the Festival is a relaxing and fun day for music fans of all ages.

Now in its 8th year, the Festival continues to grow in popularity throughout the region. This year the festival will feature live streaming interviews with performers before and after their on-stage appearance. The Festival’s location, laid-back atmosphere, selection of food and drink from local eateries, and its abundance of passionate performers makes it the perfect end-of-summer event.

Save the date, September 10th, and bring along a chair or blanket. Come for a few hours or stay all day. We look forward to seeing you at this year’s South Mountain International Blues Festival. Keep an eye out for additions to this year’s amazing lineup and stay tuned for updates on the Festival’s social media account
Website: SouthMountainBluesFestival.com
FB: SouthMountainBluesFestival (@southmountainbluesfest)
Twitter: South Mountain Blues (@SMBluesFestival)

You can also find updated information using the following hashtags: #SMIBF #SMBlues #SMBlues2017


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