The annual Dusk Til Dawn Blues Festival will bring great live music to the small town of Rentiesville over Labor Day weekend.
This year, the event will pay tribute to Oklahoma bluesman D.C. Minner, who founded the festival with his wife Selby. Minner died in May at the age of 73.
The festival will include the music of 35 different blues bands, along with a children’s area where local percussionist Jahruba will teach children to play drums.
Festival hours are 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. today through Sunday at the Down Home Blues Club, 701 D.C. Minner in Rentiesville.
My colleague, George Lang, has the full story about the event, and you can see it by clicking here.