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Big Blues Festival

The Atkinson, Lord Street, Southport, PR8 1DB

Tel: +(0)1704 533333

Big Blues Festival

Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Festival Ticket£48.00 per ticket

There are a limited number of individual gig tickets available for each event. Please see specific event pages for more information.

For gigs taking place in the studio, there is unreserved seating. Tables and chairs are available on the lower level at a first come first serve basis, balcony seats are also available. Seat numbers selected when buying your tickets refers to the Theatre and two headline acts.

*Please note our booking fee is £1 per ticket for all purchases made online or by phone. There are times when our phone lines become very busy, you can purchase tickets for any of our shows online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Festival tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.

About

#BigBlues Festival 2018

The fourth annual Big Blues Festival returns this October, it promises to be a weekend of great music, great food, great ale and great fun as we celebrate what rock, rhythm and blues has to offer!

The line-up is as big as it is bold and presents music that is desperate to be heard, with headliners Dr Feelgood and Ian Siegal, it’s a weekend you really don’t want to miss!

At a Glance

Friday 12 October
George & George – 7.30pm-8.15pm
Dr Feelgood – 8.35pm-10.30pm

Saturday 13 October
Tom C Walker – 12.30pm-1.30pm
Rebecca Downes – 2.15pm-3.15pm
Xander and the Peace Pirates – 4pm-5pm
Sam Kelly’s Station House – 6.30pm-7.30pm
Ian Siegal – 8pm-10pm

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Map & Directions

Opening Times

Dates (12 Oct 2018 - 13 Oct 2018)

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The Atkinson, SouthportThe Atkinson is home for music, theatre, art, poetry, literature and history.