Sixteen bands will perform on two stages at historic Adelaide Gaol on 11 November when the second Gaol Blues festival comes to town.
The festival features a stellar line-up from around the country including Isaiah B. Brunt, Dreamboogie and Gumbo Ya! Ya!, with tickets on sale now for just $75 for adults.
Food on the day will again be inspired by the cuisine of the American South and will be served with local craft beer, cider and wine.
Adelaide Central Market shoppers will get a taste of the festival this Friday, 13 October, when the Fleurieu Bluesbreakers perform at the Seafood and Sounds Festival from 4-6pm.
The festival runs from midday to midnight on Saturday, 11 November, with gates opening at 11.30am.
Ticket prices include full entry to Adelaide Gaol, allowing guests to explore the heritage-listed buildings between acts.
For more information about Gaol Blues, visit www.environment.sa.gov.au/gaolblues
Book online at www.ticketebo.com.au/gaolblues
Quotes attributable to Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Ian Hunter
As one of the oldest public buildings in South Australia, Adelaide Gaol is a unique venue for a blues music festival.
The inaugural Gaol Blues was a great success in 2016, with nearly 1,000 people attending.
It really is a great atmosphere, so come along, bring a picnic blanket and enjoy the cool music, the warm sunshine and some great food and drinks.