RBC Bluesfest 2019


Jul 4 - Jul 14


RBC Bluesfest returns to the nations Capital July 4-14, 2019 at Lebreton Flats with The Offspring, The Glorious Sons,  The Sheepdogs, The Trews, Buddy Guy, The Killers, and more!



FULL FESTIVAL LINE-UP INCLUDES: The Killers; Eric Church; Backstreet Boys; Kygo; Logic; Alexisonfire; Snoop Dogg; Kane Brown; The Glorious Sons; CHVRCHES; First Aid Kit; Wu-Tang Clan; The Offspring; Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit; Buddy Guy; America; Taking Back Sunday; Elle King; Rodrigo Y Gabriela; Mustard; Lennon Stella; T-Pain; PUP; Colter Wall; Pussy Riot; Gone West Feat. Colbie Caillat; Shakey Graves; Murda Beatz; The Sheepdogs; DJ Pauly D; Charlotte Cardin; K’Naan; Matt Andersen; Nao; Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul; The Psychedelic Furs; Lou Doillon; Guided By Voices; Pokey LaFarge; Elisapie; Busty and The Bass; James; Leikeli47; The Trews; William Prince; Yungblud; The Dirty Nil; U.S. Girls; Connan Mockasin; Ashley MacIsaac; Southern Avenue; Sue Foley; Ziggy Alberts; Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar; The Devil Makes Three; Gashi; Francesco Yates; The Sorority; The Beths; Bad Child; KALLITECHNIS; Brandon “Taz” Niederauer; Cartel Madras; This Is The Kit; Sugaray Rayford; Steve Poltz; Dawn Tyler Watson; Yonatan Gat & The Eastern Medicine Singers; Justin Saladino; Anthony Geraci; Crook The Kid; AJ Ghent; The Proven Ones; David Vest; Little Walter Tribute; Abby Stewart; Abigail Lapell; After Funk; Area Resident; BlakDenim; Brea Lawrenson; Children of Indigo; Del Hartley; Durham County Poets; Ellie Gadzos; Future States; Gabrielle Goulet; GARÇONS; Gavin McLeod; HOROJO Trio; Ikirezi; Kelly Sloan; Kyle Ivan; Loon Choir; Marie-Clo; Melanie Brulée; Mia Kelly; Mike McKenna Jr.; Moonfruits; Moscow Apartment; No Mistakes in Space; Outside I’m a Giant; Rebecca Noelle; Renée Landry; River City Junction; Scary Bear Soundtrack; Silent Winters; The Kim Pollard Band; U.N. Jefferson; and Vi, with more to be announced in the weeks ahead.


“What we’re most proud of is the fact that we’ve become a home-grown success,” says Mark Monahan, the festival’s executive and artistic director. “Much of that success is based on community?Ottawa music fans, countless volunteers, local musicians, long-standing staff, contractors, suppliers and sponsors, who all come together year after year to stage this massive event. Clearly the music is front and centre, but the festival’s popularity has a lot to do with bringing the community together for shared experiences. So, keep an eye out for upcoming announcements about the many ways we’ll be adding to those experiences this year, while celebrating our 25th anniversary.”


RBC Bluesfest runs from July 4 to 14. The festival site at LeBreton Flats Park offers a wide variety of food and merchandise concessions and is fully licensed.




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