Thursday night of Bluesfest, in photos.
The Tea Party
Another Country night and another headlining Luke on the Main Stage, plus Canadiana roots rock in the Barney Danson Theatre and bluesy Can-rock on the River.
The Tea Party will be playing their second show in as many months at Algonquin Commons Theatre tonight with Winnipeg’s The Proud Sons opening the show at 8pm.
The Tea Party plays the first of two shows in Ottawa on March 25. A handful of floor tickets were released recently. They return April 9.
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