Wallace, ID – Again this July, you will want to be surrounded by mountains in the most fascinating small town in America, historic Wallace, Idaho, as you listen to blues artists perform on multiple stages. On Friday, July 11, they will close streets to traffic so that you may enjoy outdoor Blues at: The Red Light Garage (deck), the Cedar Street Stage (between Metals & Dayrock Bars), and The Fainting Goat, a new music venue. On Saturday, July 12, there will be Blues everywhere in town all day long, beginning on the Cedar Street Stage at 11AM.
This year’s lineup includes: Anita Royce – Bakin’ Phat – Billy D. and The HooDoos -Brother Music – Charlie Butts & the Filter Tips – Chris O’Leary Band – David Raitt and The Baja Boogie Band – Dirty Rice – Doghouse Boyz – Fat Tones – Jesse Weston – Jim Tilden – John Kelly – Laffin’ Bones – Roberson, BZ Trio – Robin Barrett & The Coyote Kings – Sammy Eubanks – Sara Brown Band – VooDoo Church.
Back by popular demand is the Sunday Blues Pancake Feed! This year the Kiwanis will again serve breakfast at the Elks Lodge from 8-11 AM. For $10 you also get to hear the Sara Brown Band, the 2012 Inland Empire Blues Society’s “Best Female Blues Performer.”
Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door. Children 12 and under will be $10 at the door only. New this year: Tickets for Shoshone County residents with photo identification will be $20 at the door only. Tickets sold in town during free-music Friday will be $30.