Blues Music History - Tupelo, Mississippi

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Where:
Tupelo, Mississippi
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When:
Saturday April 10, 2021

UPDATE: The chance of weather significantly increased overnight and Tupelo is expected to see heavy rain (up to three-quarters of an inch) and severe thunderstorms all day Saturday. This program will be postponed. We apologize for this inconvenience but do not want visitors floating away! Stay tuned for the next date it will be offered!

Natchez Trace Parkway presents a ranger program with LIVE music! On Saturday, April 10, 2021 bring the family by the Parkway Visitor Center, Milepost 266, at 2 pm to hear Ranger Daniel speak about the history of blues music from artists who played and lived around the Natchez Trace.

This program will be outside on National Park lands and masks are required.

Ranger Daniel will be playing songs from artists such as Howling Wolf, B.B. King, Son House and many more! This socially distanced program will combine the thrill of live music and the opportunity to learn more about this region's diverse history.

No sign-up is required but masks are! We look forward to safely seeing you there! If inclement weather persists, this program will be postponed!

Blues Music History - Tupelo, Mississippi



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