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Boise Blues Society's Annual Sunday Blues Festival

Sunday, July 20

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By thinking outside of the box, The Boise Blues Society will not only fill Julia Davis Park with blues lovers, but will help fill the shelves at the Idaho Foodbank: Admission to BBS' Annual Sunday Blues Festival is three cans of food.

For a donation of three cans of food to the Idaho Foodbank, aficionados and the uninitiated alike can spend a day listening to live performances by local acts the Boise Blues Society Band, Smooth Avenue, "Mississippi" Marshall Hopper and the Zack Quintana Band. Then at 4:30 p.m., Texas-born Hamilton Loomis, a young man with an old soul, will take the stage with blues so cool, you won't mind the heat.