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Dusk Til Dawn Blues Festival

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Organizers and musicians D.C. and Selby Minner unveiled the first Dusk to Dawn Blues Festival during the Labor Day weekend of 1990. And the musical marathon has mushroomed into a uniquely successful happening in McIntosh County with state-wide appeal.

Called a "roots festival," it takes place on the home place where D.C. grew up. The three-day program showcases the rich and not-too-well-known legacy of Oklahoma blues where barbecue and music are served up all night long - and much of the day!

In 1996, the site on Rentiesville road brought about 100 instrumental and vocal blues talents from across the nation for a gig at the Honey Springs Trading Post and Down Home Blues Club.

The schedule ranges from a guitar showdown and jam session to gospel music on two stages, indoor and outdoor.

Dusk Til Dawn Blues Festival


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