Fiery Blues Festival

Fiery Blues Festival

Surrey Blues Society in partnership with Fiery Bird are holding an inaugural Blues Festival at Fiery Bird Venue featuring some of the great soloists and bands on the circuit today. The event is raising money for the upkeep of the town’s only live music venue run by the community for the community. Its aim is to bring great music back in to the town whilst helping new musicians to be heard and appreciated, supporting the community with affordable music lessons, workshops and creative activity for all ages; helping those isolated, lacking confidence or money to have a place to go where they can enjoy themselves and feel welcome.

Tickets available through the TicketWeb website.

Over two stages with plenty of opportunity to jam throughout the day as well as listen to the fantastic bands and soloists on the day - line up as follows with some links to their work, listen and enjoy what you can expect.

Katie Bradley.


Saiichi Sugiyama

Will Purdue Band

David Skinner

Blues Cafe

Hot Wires

J Lee & The Hoodoo Skulls


Bluestone Bills

Nika & Parrot Jam

& a Mega Jam :-)

All of this for just £10! 14+ with adult.

Cash bar
29 Sep 2018 at 3:00pm
until 29 Sep 2018 at 11:00pm
Fiery Bird Live Music Venue
Church Street East
GU21 6HJ

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