The 33rd Annual King Biscuit Blues Festival kicked off October 3rd and ran until Saturday, October 6th. Thousands of people visited Cherry Street and listened to some great music on a variety of stages. Vendors closed the street off early as hundreds of tourists began to arrive and many of them set up camp sites behind the levee.
Music kicked off and Cherry Street filled up as people were enjoying the music and all the scenes that the Blues Festival offers.
The Delta Cultural center offered their Front Porch Blues music in the Miller and musicians were also on the street playing and welcoming visitors.
By Saturday the streets were full of people enjoying the food vendors and going from stage to stage.
Even Smoky the Bear was on Cherry Street talking with the crowds.
The levee was full as the main stage music kicked off with the blues and rock.