The return of the annual Anti-Freeze Blues Festival

. January 2, 2016.

Winter weather got you feeling down? Shake off those winter doldrums with a hot dose of blues! Now entering year 22, the annual Anti-Freeze Blues Festival is once again returning to The Magic Bag in Ferndale. This two-night concert series features a four-band set each evening, with some exciting headliners: Chicago blues legend Eddy Clearwater – known as “The Chief” – on night one, and Muddy Waters disciple Bob Margolin during night two. These mainstays of the Chicago blues scene will be sure to warm even the coldest heart.

Friday, January 8 & Saturday, January 9
$20/per night
The Magic Bag, 22920 Woodward Ave., Ferndale
248-544-1991 | themagicbag.com

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