Three days of concerts, workshops, film, food, and conversation.
The Logan Center Bluesfest, October 13-15, is an annual public celebration created to honor the South Side roots of the blues’ tradition with concerts, workshops, film, food, and conversation and will feature local and national musicians and artists in spaces throughout the Logan Center.
The festival features a series of performances by musicians that reflect the diverse history of the blues tradition; a major archiving program to capture the stories of local and national blues artists; a photography exhibition; and workshops and educational programming to inspire the next generation of blues musicians and aficionados.
Many of the events during the Logan Center Bluesfest are free. For tickets to Logan Center Bluesfest events, and to make reservations for workshops, please visit tickets.uchicago.edu.
Organized by Leigh Fagin, Associate Director of University Arts Engagement, Logan Center
Advisory Committee: Billy and Rosa Branch, Barry Dolins, Michael Dietler, Alden Feldon, Amy Iwano, Mike Kappus, Emily Lansana, Jon Logan, Richard Shurman
Logan Center Bluesfest
October 13–15, 2017
Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts
at the University of Chicago
915 E 60th Street, Chicago IL
We'd like to thank our sponsors and partners:
Blues Kids Foundation
The Jonathan Logan Family Foundation
The Reva and David Logan Foundation