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Chicago Blues Festival Schedule - Friday, June 12, 2015

Chicago Blues Festival  >  Chicago Blues Festival Schedule - June 12


Zora Young (Photo credit: Christelle Rama) Clarence Carter

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The complete Chicago Blues Festival schedule for Friday, June 12 is listed below.


Grant Park

Jackson & Columbus

(schedule is subject to change)

 Syl Johnson

Petrillo Music Shell


Windy City Blues Society Stage

  • 11am - Will Tilson Trio
  • 12 Noon - Jade Maze Blues Band
  • 1pm - Low-reen & the Maxwell St. Market All-Star Jam
  • 2:30pm - Mary Lane and the No Static Blues Band
  • 3:45pm - Honeyboy Edwards’ 100th Birthday Tribute
  • 5:15pm - Tyrannosaurus Chicken
  • 6:30pm - Geneva Red & the Original Delta Fireballs


Quintus McCormickBudweiser Crossroads Stage

  • 11:15am-12:15 - Quintus McCormick
  • 12:45-2pm - Mary Lane
  • 2:30-3:45pm - Charlie Love


Jackson Mississippi Rhythm & Blues StageJohn Primer (Photo by: Marilyn Stringer)

  • 11:30am-12:30pm - Panel Discussion with Richard Shurman- "100 Years of Blues Greatness: Honoring Distinguished Centennials"


Pepsi Front Porch StageEddie Shaw

  • 12 Noon–1pm - Blues In The Schools with Stone Academy, Eric Noden, Katherine Davis
  • 1:30–2:30pm - Studebaker John's Maxwell Street Kings



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ADA 25 Chicago Video

ADA 25 Chicago Video

ADA 25 Chicago is presenting Clarence Carter's perfomance  at the Chicago Blues Festival on Friday, June 12. ADA 25 Chicago is leading a yearlong regional initiative in which more than 150 local public and private partners have come together to commemorate and leverage the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this year to improve access, equality and opportunity for people with disabilities throughout Metropolitan Chicago. Please enjoy this message from Mayor Rahm Emanuel.