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The mission of the Oxford Blues Festival is to preserve, protect and promote blues music and culture.

The 2nd Annual Oxford Blues Festival will take place Friday, July 22, 2011, Saturday July 23, 2011 in Oxford, MS on around the Oxford square, and Sunday July 24 at the Foxfire Ranch just 20 minutes of the Oxford square on Highway 7 in Waterford, MS.

Headlining the festival this year will be Magic Slim and the Teardrops; Eddie C. Campbell; King Edward; and Nellie "Tiger" Travis.

1-Day Tickets are $20.00 each or a weekend pass may purchased for $45.00. Students may purchase a discounted weekend pass online for $35.00 each. For blues enthusiasts on a strict budget, the 2nd Annual Oxford Blues Festival will have at least 12 free shows open to all. Check the line-up for details.

The 2nd Annual Oxford Blues Festival will include the following venues around
the historic Oxford square on Friday and Saturday:
1. The Lyric Theater
2. Rooster’s Blues House
3. Irie on the Square
4. Ajax
5. The Blind Pig
6. Parrish’s
7. Proud Larry’s
8. Frank & Marlee’s
9. The Library

The Oxford Blues Festivals will take place outside at the Foxfire Ranch with Nellie "Tiger" Travis headlining and closing the festival on Sunday. The Oxford Blues Festival will provide round-trip coach transportation to the Foxfire Ranch for a nominal fee of $20.00. The coach will pick up from the Oxford Square and the Hampton Inn hotel on Jackson Avenue.

July 22-24, 2011
Locations Vary
Phone: 769.226.5736   
Website: www.oxfordbluesfest.com
Contact: J. Darryl Parker; jdparker@oxfordbluesfest.com

Tags: Oxford Music
c. 1905. Revel in the Greek Revival architecture of this beautiful old home, filled with elegant antiques. Southern breakfast on weekends. 5 rooms.
512 Van Buren Ave.
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.8043
Fax: 662.236.2816
A popular literary event that includes six days of lectures and discussions by scholars and dramatic readings from the works of William Faulkner. Celebrate at Rowan Oak, once the home of the famous writer.
July 17-21, 2011
The University of Mississippi campus
Oxford, MS
Phone: 662.915.5993
Fax: 662.915.5814
Admission: Yes
Scenic hiking trail that runs through Bailey's Woods from the University of Mississippi campus to Rowan Oak, home of noble prize winning author, William Faulkner.
University of Mississippi campus
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.4680
Tags: Oxford Hiking
After visiting the observatory at Harvard, Chancellor Barnard designed the plans for this observatory, which would house his collection of physics instruments and a new telescope deliberately built to be four inches larger than the one at Harvard. Due to the Civil War, the telescope was never delivered to Oxford. The east wing became the residence for the professor of physics and astronomy, and the west and middle sections were classroom and laboratories. Barnard Observatory is now home for the Center for the Study of Southern Culture.
Grove Loop and Student Union Drive
Oxford, MS
Nestled on 50 acres, this authentic 1800's log cabin has been updated and includes a unique charm that guests will enjoy. Full breakfast. 2 rooms. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
535 Hwy 30 East
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.238.2897
Fax: 662.281.0153
Burns-Belfry Museum & Multicultural Center
The legacy of recently emancipated African Americans stands proudly today in tribute to their determination to build their own church. Their frame Methodist Episcopal Church built in 1867 near the Oxford Square was replaced in 1910 with a twin-steepled brick church. Following the building’s restoration in 2013, the Mississippi Landmark now serves the community as a history museum and an events center. Professionally designed exhibits review African American life from Enslavement through Civil Rights. A video and accompanying panels tell the Burns Church story. Local African Americans are featured throughout the museum. It’s an easy walk to the Burns-Belfry Museum from the historic Oxford Square.
710 Jackson Ave. East Oxford, MS 38655 Phone: 662.281.9963 during museum hours www.burns-belfry.com Hours: Sun 1-4 p.m., Wed-Fri noon-3 p.m. Group visits can be scheduled most days with advance notice. Admission: Free
Castle Hill Resort's secluded location offers undisturbed relaxation in a calm, contented environment. Near The University of Mississippi and Faulkner's fictitious Yoknapatawpha County. Full breakfast. 4 Bedrooms. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
20 County Rd. 413
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.236.9601
Fax: 662.281.8483
This Greek Revival home, designed by William Turner, was used as headquarters for General McPherson during Grant's occupation of Oxford in 1862. Molly Turner Orr gathered a fire brigade to save the home in 1864 after being set aflame by occupying Union troops. Nearly a century later, Cedar Oaks was moved 2.2 miles from its original location when it was threatened with demolition. Currently open for pre-arranged groups only.
601 Murray Dr.
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.1532
Admission: $4 per person
Sherman's headquarters while he occupied the town of Oxford beginning in December of 1862.
College Hill Rd.
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.4680
Fax: 662.234.0355
Toll-Free: 800.758.9177
Hours: Open Year Round
Admission: Free
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