Lancaster Roots and Blues is a fantastically fun music festival featuring outstanding live music from across the U.S. and beyond.
“The 2017 festival on Feb. 24, 25 and 26 (Friday through Sunday) will be our 4th annual event. Each year gets better and 2017 will be no exception with 70 artists performing 90 shows on 11 stages from intimate venues to our main stage in the big tent in Lancaster Square,” tells Rich Rouff, Founder of the festival.
Blues is on the menu but so are many other great musical art forms that America can proudly call home including Jazz, Americana, Folk, Rockabilly, Rock n Roll, Bluegrass, Funk and Soul and so much more.
Here to promote the festival was Nate Myers and the Aces, a Harrisburg blues and roots band.
They performed their song, “Let It Go,” as an example of what can be heard at the festival this coming weekend. You can hear this performance in the video below this article.