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Rollin' on the River Blues Fest

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Event# 660-754-6679

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IOWA'S BEST FEST BY A DAM SITE - Keokuk, Iowa presents it's end of the summer blues festival on the third weedend of August each year. At various times they feature fund-raisers, the best of the blues!

"Through the years, Rollin on the River has presented some of the finest in blues music. We've had everyone from A to Z (Anson Funderburg to Buckwheat Zydeco)" - Jim Wells

Rollin' on the River Café – Offers a variety of food and is open all weekend.
Blankets and Lawn Chairs Recommended, No Pets, Cans, Bottles or Coolers, No Audio or Video Equipment Allowed, No Refunds, Performance Rain or Shine.
Bring a non-perishable food item to help those in need in the community.

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Rollin' on the River Blues Fest

Address : Victory Park Keokuk IA
Phone : 660-754-6679   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $15 per night, $25 for a weekend pass at the gate.

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