PRLog - Jun. 24, 2011 - TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Back in the days when horses and covered wagons were the most efficient types of transportation there was a corner in Terre Haute, Indiana knows as the “Crossroads of America”—7th Street and Wabash Avenue. Fast forward to the 21st century. Now in early September every year, at that very corner, Terre Haute celebrates its heritage and great blues music with a premier music festival -- Blues at the Crossroads.
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The Festival began on September 15, 2001 and has grown so much every year that for the first time in 2011 it will be a two day event. Thirteen bands over two days offering great music and celebration with over 10,000 people attending.
Hampton Inn Terre Haute is only 3 minutes from the historic crossroads of 7th Street and Wabash Avenue and is your ideal Blues at the Crossroads Hotel. Take advantage of the complimentary buffet breakfast before enjoying all the music, food and festivities. Then after a day and night of the music, food and dancing, come back to your fully appointed room with free high-speed internet to relax and recharge to enjoy day two with the help of your Blue’s at the Crossroads hotel – Hampton Inn Terre Haute
Friday, September 9 beginning 7pm:
Liza Day, Governor Davis and the Blues Ambassadors, Miles Nielson, Kelly Richey
Saturday, September 10 beginning Noon:
The Ragbirds, The Sweetness, Patrick Sweany, Jacob Jones, Guy Forsyth, Clayton Miller Band, David Mayfield Parade, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real.
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For a look at 2010's Blues At the Crossroads take a look at You Tube. "It was a good night!":
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Hampton Inn Terre Haute offers free high-speed internet access and free breakfast daily. The hotel is convenient to Indiana State University, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Saint Mary-of-the-