For almost twenty years, the award winning Boogie N’ Blues festival has been held in the white mountain region of New Hampshire with raving success. Each year just keeps getting better, with award winning blues artists, craft vendors, food galore, and a climbing wall. Bring the kids, there is plenty for the whole family to enjoy.
This year, the festival is scheduled for the 14th of August through the 16th, and promises to bring a better lineup of blues artists then ever before. If you want to be a part of this incredible festival, you need to make sure that you don’t miss a beat. To spend the three days near by, you have a number of options:
The festival is held in the middle of a large field, but there are plenty of towns close by with clean and inexpensive lodging options. Woodstock, NH is only 4 miles from the festival and is home to Jack o’ Lantern resort and golf course and the Woodstock Inn, Station and Brewery. The Woodstock Inn has 33 rooms to choose from, many of which are equipped with whirlpools and fireplaces.
A little bit further in Plymouth is an Econolodge which offers you all the amenities that a big chain can, such as continental breakfast and interior corridors.
The real appeal of the Boogie N’ Blues Festival is camping on the expansive field. This is a rustic experience as there are no water or electric hook-ups, but for three days it is well worth it. Call ahead and reserve a space for your family tent, and enjoy a camping experience like no other. Roll out of the sleeping bag and be greeted by an incredible list of renowned blues artists. Roast marshmallows while listening to great beats and cook eggs on your camping stove while your favorite artists warm ups.
You will need a special camping pass to set up your family tent, but each site is equipped with a picnic table and special fire ring. Everything has been thought of in advance to make sure that you and your friends and family have a blues fest experience like no other on the planet.
Don’t miss out on an incredible opportunity to spend three days and nights with a large group of people who appreciate the blues as much as you do. Combine the event with a family camping excursion, and you will instill a love of blues music into your kids too.