Continuing its decades-long legacy as one of the UK’s most iconic local festivals, Ealing Blues Festival 2019 takes place on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July in Ealing’s beautiful Walpole Park.
It’s your opportunity not only to hear some great music but also to meet the people behind the Ealing Club Community Interest Company. You’ll find us at the side of the Bar Stage where we’ll have our complete range of exclusive merchandise at very special process including our new publication: The A-Z of Ealing Rock which shows why Ealing’s the suburb that’s rocked the world.
Founded in 1987 by Ealing Club’s Robert Hokum, the Ealing Blues Festival has become one of the biggest blues festivals in the UK.
It continues the borough’s rich musical fabric that began at the Ealing Club in 1962 where the likes of The Who, The Rolling Stones and Cream members Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce cut their teeth.
The 2019 two-day event is headlined by new-wave icon Nick Lowe, New Orleans bluesmen The Cosimo Matassa Project and Europe’s premier The Who tribute act, Who’s Next.
Artists appearing, in alphabetical order include: Andy Twyman, Bad Influence, Big Mama’s Door, Crossfire Blues Band, Cosimo Matassa Project, Eel Pie All-Stars, Geoff Garbow Band, Great West Groove, Guy William Band featuring Gemma Dorsett, Johnny G, Kyla Brox, Lewis Cohen, Mack featuring Tommy Hare, Marky Dawson, Near Death Experience, Neil Stout’s Old, Nick Lowe, Nicole Skeltys & The Disenchanted, Paul Cook Blues Band featuring Emma Wilson, Robert Hokum Revue, Son Of Dave, Stiff Joints Duo, The Frisco’s, Tim Stafell & Paul Stewart Band, Tommy Allen’s Trafficker, Who’s Next, Winnie & The Rockettes.
Festival details – Saturday
Festival details – Sunday