TERRE HAUTE, Ind (WTWO/WAWV) — Blues at the Crossroads held their 19th annual festival over the weekend to benefit the community of the Wabash Valley.
The festival began as an outdoor party for a local venue. It blossomed into an annual tradition bringing blues and rock music to the Wabash Valley.
“We are the Crossroads of America and bringing in local musicians, bringing in nationally touring musicians, and really giving kids from two to 92 a great safe, fun weekend,” Media Representative, Dustin Hull said.
The two-day festival consisted of: food, a beer garden, silent disco, and food. They also had a Music for the Kids Program through the YMCA of the Wabash Valley.
Admission to the festival was ten dollars.