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Saturday Roots N Blues Festival Passes Running Low

By Inside Columbia
Roots N Blues

The Roots N Blues Festival 2022 is just a few days away and if you haven’t already gotten your pass, time is running out.

From Friday through Sunday at Stephens Lake Park, attendees will get to listen to music, enjoy drinks, food and more, but passes are dwindling. Roots N Blues officials reported earlier this week that passes for Saturday are low and expected to sell out in advance. You can purchase single day passes or full weekend passes online or at the box office from noon-7 p.m. today near Reichmann Pavilion, 2300 E. Walnut. Passes range in price from $100 to more than $200 for a full weekend pass.

The festival this year includes headliners such as Wilco, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Kay Brothers, Jon Batiste and many more.

After purchasing a pass people will receive a wristband, which is the ticket and digital wallet for the festival. People are asked to not wear their wristband until the date of the festival since it cannot be loosened. If your wristband is damaged or lost, people can get it replaced at the box office for a fee of $20.

For more information including the full weekend lineup, visit rootsnbluesfestival.com.

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