Route To America's Music Festival 2021

Sat. Aug 21, 2021 at 12:00pm CDT
All Ages
22 days away
$10.00 - $200.00
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22 days away
$10.00 - $200.00
All Ages
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Route To America's Music Festival 2021

Trails of America’s Music (TAM), Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, whose mission is to maintain and market the role the Mississippi Delta played in developing America’s Music. TAM, Inc. recognizes that the Blues, like King Cotton, grew out of the soil and labor force in the Mississippi Delta and yielded a great harvest for America and the world. TAM, Inc. goal is to educate and market the Mississippi Delta’s rich heritage and the many contributions it made to America’s music.


On August 21, 2021, TAM, Inc. will present the First Annual - Route to America’s Music Festival. The Festival will bring music lovers from all over the world to walk the grounds and connect to the souls of the pioneers who gave birth to America’s Music.


The Route to America’s Music Festival is a two day event that will showcase America’s music through Blues, Country, Jazz, Gospel and Rock. The Route To America’s Music Festival will be held on the Sunflower River in Sunflower County near Dockery Farm where Charlie Patton, Father of the Delta Blues, Robert Johnson, Howlin' Wolf and Pop Staples resided.


This year's festival will be held on Brand's Ranch in Ruleville, MS. This is one festival you do not want to miss. Featured Artists include: the legendary Bobby Rush, Willie Clayton, Latimore, Steve Azar, Calvin Richardson, J'Wonn, Nellie Travis, Ms. Jody, Carla Cooke and many more.


The Festival site is also near the Tutwiler Train Station where W.C. Handy, Father of the Blues, discovered and defined the Memphis Blues sound and is the birthplace of John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson. The Route to America’s Blues Festival will begin the process of reestablishing the routes that connect the birthplace of Kings, Queens, Fathers, Princes and Princesses who were the pioneers of America’s Music.


The route, which includes highways US 61, MS 27, I-69 and I-55, will connect sites of America’s Music to include: Beale Street, B.B. King’s Blues Club, Graceland, Delta Blues Museum, Grammy Museum MS, Terrence Landing, Dockery Farm, B.B. King Museum, and Bourbon Street, to name a few. Some of the pioneers who traveled those unknown routes were: Charlie Patton, Robert Johnson, Johnny Lee Hooker, Ike Turner, Sonny Boy Williamson, Conway Twitty, Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Little Milton, Tyrone Davis, Bo Diddley, B.B. King, Albert King, Denise LaSalle, Jimmy Reed, Charlie Pride, Mary Wilson, Bobby Rush, Steve Azar, Pop and Mavis Staples, Jerry ‘Ice Man’ Butler, Willie Clayton and many more...


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Health Department will inspect and issue permits.
TAM will collect sales tax (7%)
Vendor fees must be paid by August 2, 2021.



No grills or Bar B Q pitts allowed except for food vendors.


THERE ARE NO REFUNDS!

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Reserve Tickets
Early Bird Special + More Details $30.00
VIP + More Details $125.00
Event Parking + More Details $10.00
RV Parking + More Details $150.00
Food Vendors + More Details $200.00
Non Food Vendors + More Details $150.00
Venue Details
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Brand's Ranch Hwy 8 Brand Road
Ruleville , MS 38771
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