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September 28, 2021

A new cultural event of a high quality, at Garana: WolfBlues Festival

Music lovers from the West side of the country and not only them, will be able to enjoy a new event, their liking. We’re talking about WolfBlues Festival, consisting in two days of good music in Poiana Lupului from Garana. Besides good music, the visitors will benefit from workshops and a night cinema. The event will take place from July 29 to 30.

“WolfBlues Festival aims to complete the list of quality musical genres and addresses both to the connoisseurs, real blues lovers, and the rock or rock’n roll fans, through the attendance of some well-known rock artists who will perform a blues repertoire, a unique moment for their musical career. The festival will represent a friendly annual meeting of the musicians and will provide the audience with outstanding meetings, rare meeting in the Romanian musical landscape. WolfBluess Festival will be held from July 29 to July 30, 2016 in Poiana Lupului (Garana, Semenic, Caras-Severin) and it will include ten concerts in two consecutive evenings. The concerts will be preceded by workshops held during the day and they will be followed by a night cinema during the whole night, with specific movies for the blues culture”, stated the organizers.

On July 29, on the stage of the festival will perform: Blues’n’roll (RO), Rares Totu’s Midnight Sun (RO) feat. Dean Bowman (USA), Adi Barar Blues Band (RO), Stepan Project Blues Foundation (RO), Blues Company feat. The Fab BC Horns & The Soul Sistaz (DE) and A.G. Weinberger (RO).

The following concerts are announced for Saturday, June 30: Zanga Drums Blues Edition (RO), The Roses (BG), Vali SirBlues Racila (RO), Florin Ochescu Blues Project feat. Silvia Dumitrescu (RO), Nicu Covaci & Dan Andrei Aldea (RO) cu Dzidek Marcinkiewicz (PL) and Flavius Hosu (RO).



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