Bourbon Street Blues Fest coming to Waterloo Village ?>

Bourbon Street Blues Fest coming to Waterloo Village


The 2017 Bourbon Street Blues Fest two-day celebration of music will bring live music back to the Waterloo Village Concert Field  in Allamuchy (15 minutes from The Wooden Duck Bed and Breakfast).  The Concert Field has hosted some of New Jersey’s biggest concert events in the 1980s and ’90s.

As quoted from The New Jersey Herald:

“The 10th annual festival will be staged May 20-21, presented by Point Mountain Entertainment, in association with WBGO-FM, the Blues Foundation and the Delta Blues Museum. Performers include: Kenny Wayne Shephard, Robert Cray, Above Ground Blues Band, The Fins, Bob Lanza Blues Band, Billy Hector, Lee Delray, Bonerama, Bernard Alison and Mike Zito.”

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Ticket prices are: General admission $45 daily; two-day pass $80; VIP $195 daily. Event day gate admission is $50. There are discounts for current military and senior citizens.

Free parking opens at 10:30 a.m. each day. Concert gates open at 11:30 a.m. Performances run noon to 9 p.m., on Saturday and noon to 6:30 p.m., on Sunday.

USA Today stated:

“Now a state-run historic site, which was restored and opened in 1964, Waterloo in the 1980s became a major New Jersey concert site, with smaller concerts presented in an open tent venue and larger shows in the large open field. Over the years, the field hosted top acts such as the Allman Brothers, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Steve Winwood, and hosted the inaugural Lollapalooza Festival.  The acts appearing in the more-intimate tent venue were no slouches either, ranging from Lyle Lovett and Rickie Lee Jones to Edgar Winter, Alvin Lee and the Everly Brothers.”

We are only 15 minutes from the venue and we currently have a few rooms left that weekend here at The Wooden Duck Bed and Breakfast.  You can reach us at 973-300-0395 to check availability or you can book online via our website at

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