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25th Annual International Guinness Blues on the Bay Festival 2024

Warrenpoint Beach, Warrenpoint, County Down, BT34 2BY
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25th anniversary celebrations for International Guinness® blues on the bay festival 2024

Warrenpoint has a new spring to its step for some blistering bank holiday blues!

Picturesque Warrenpoint is once again set to play host to some of the world's leading blues and jazz performers who are heading to the County Down town for the much awaited 25th International Guinness® Blues on the Bay Festival from 22 to 28 May 2024.

Sponsored by Diageo, the festival attracts thousands of music loving locals and tourists with many coming from across the globe to visit the renowned festival.

The 25th International Guinness Blues on the Bay Festival is supported by Diageo Northern Ireland; Newry, Mourne and Down District Council and The Quays, Newry

For festival information: www.bluesonthebay.com

Find out more on Social media: 

www.facebook.com/BluesOnTheBayFestival

https://twitter.com/bluesonthebay

www.instagram.com/bluesonthebay/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/bluesonthebay/page1:  Previous festival photos here

 

 

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