Paoli Blues Fest

Visitor Info

Location! Paoli Presbyterian Church, 225 South Valley Road, Paoli

Van Shuttles to Fest – Look for Van Stop Signs at the Paoli Train Station as well as along South Valley Road

Here’s the Overview:

 

entry fee

“Entry Fee” – Non-perishable Food:

 

Your entry fee is a Donation of non-perishable food for the ” Food Bank.”  Donations will be collected for the Paoli Presbyterian Church Food Closet. Our goal is to fill their closet for the Holidays for people they help.

 

whats happeningHere’s what’s Happening :

From 12:00 PM ’till 6pm the Main Stage Blues Concert will have 6 Blues Bands with leading names in the Blues Community.

  • All FREE – Rain or Shine!
  • Plus! A Street Fair for family fun with food, kids’ activities, street entertainers, as well as vendors, massages and dancing.

free parking

Parking Locations:

Look for Blue & White Blues Fest Parking Signs. (See link below for google map) Parking areas are less than a mile from the Fest Main Stage, but vans will be shuttling Fest visitors from around the Paoli Train Station right to the Fest.

Parking is available at a number of locations that will be served by our shuttle vans or you can just hoof it to the gig!

Click here to get directions to the event!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

food and hotels

Food & Hotels:

 

Food, Hotels, and Activities – why not stay the Weekend?

Attractions and Things to Do for Sunday and Monday:

It’s Columbus Day weekend, so if you’ve got the weekend free to relax, why not stick around? Plenty of things to see and do – Longwood Gardens, Chanticleer Gardens, ride the Train into Philadelphia and check out the Observatory at Liberty Place 2, Independence Hall, The Museum of the American Revolution, The Constitution Center, The Barnes Foundation, catch an Eagles Football game against the Vikings on Oct. 7, or eat at one of the many Stephen Starr Restaurants, or stay local at Nectar, San Nicola, Red Hound Grille, visit Valley Forge Park and learn how the colonials were shaped into the troops that won our freedom, picnic in Wilson Farm Park, visit Wharton Esherick Studio and the Octangle Schoolhouse, or bike our local rails-to-trails paths to just about anywhere. Lot’s to do and see and so many places to make you feel at home!

The Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Paoli Business & Professional Association

Chester County’s Brandywine Valley

Philadelphia and Countryside

 

How to get around:

SEPTA

The Paoli Blues Fest will be providing van service from the Paoli Train Station to the new Fest location at Paoli Presbyterian Church at 225 South Valley Road, Paoli.  Look for the “GO Blues Van”.

 

Where to Stay:

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