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FALL BLUES JAM at Clay Hill Farm
Hosted by the Southside Blues Band

MONDAY, OCTOBER 12 th
12- 3 pm - Reservations required


 




Blues enthusiasts, lovers of live music, and folks looking for a good outdoor jam session
can grab their blankets and head to Clay Hill Farm in Cape Neddick, on Monday, October 12th from 12-3 pm. The Fall Blues Jam 2020, hosted by York’s own Southside Blues Band, is a shine-only, outdoor music event on the gorgeous grounds of Clay Hill Farm.

The jam will consist of a rotating cast of local musicians, and all are welcome. “One of the things I love about hosting a jam is that you never really know who’s going to show up,” said Southside Blues frontman, Eric Fernald. “It’s raw with an unrehearsed edge. No two jams are ever the same.”

 

The Fall Blues Jam at Clay Hill Farm will strictly adhere to all Maine CDC guidelines for outdoor events. Attendance is limited and reservations are required for table and lawn seating. Masks are required for admittance and all attendees must check-in. There is no cover charge for the jam with a minimum food/beverage purchase of $15 pp. Beer, wine, and N/A beverages are available for purchase along with casual food from Clay Hill’s special Blues Jam Picnic Menu. Blues musicians joining the jam are asked to bring their own instruments and mics, but a full sound system will be provided.
For Reservations call Clay Hill Farm: 207-361-2272. 

 

•The Southside Blues Band, known for their traveling jams, consists of 4 local musicians; Frontman- vocalist/guitarist, Eric Fernald, Mike Fernald on Harmonica, Bruce Jarvis on Bass, and Josh Brown on Drums.  

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220 Clay Hill Rd, Cape Neddick, ME 03902, USA

(207) 361-2272


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Taking Reservations for Dinner & Take-out:
 4:30-8:00 pm • 
Closed Tuesdays 

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  FAB Food & drinks in Nature's Backyard

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