Belfast Telegraph

Friday 6 March 2015

Eat to the beat... Belfast gets a taste of the Blues

Blues legend Rob Strong was in Belfast yesterday to promote his concert at the Black Box Theatre on Friday, August 27, as part of the Belfast City Blues Festival, which kicks off in the city on the same day.

Various blues artists, including Georgie Fame, Wilko Johnston and Mirenda Rosenberg, will be taking part and one highlight of the event will be 'Blues on the Boat' tours where guests will be treated to complimentary Guinness and Blues-themed food from Grounded Espresso Bars.

For more details of the festival, visit www.belfastcityblues.com

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