The San Luis Obispo Blues Society is dedicated to providing the Central Coast with high quality Blues music performances at reasonable prices.Reciprocal ticket discounts are given between the Santa Barbara and the SLO Blues Societies.
The Ventura County Blues Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the rich history of Blues music in Ventura County and surrounding areas. The society actively supports the community and hosts Blues events to raise money for local charities.
The Southern California Blues Society serves to promote, preserve and advance the culture and tradition of blues music as an American cultural art form.They are actively involved in the community, presenting musical performances and special programs designed to promote and sustain the music we love.
The Santa Clarita Valley Blues Society exists to preserve and promote the Blues music artform. In addition to frequent member jams, they plan to bring concerts and festivals to the Santa Clarita Valley and actively participate in a Blues in the schools program.
Blues Lovers United San Diego actively promotes all aspects of blues music throughout Southern California through a variety of activities: web site & monthly newsletter, producing/co-producing blues music events, conducting a Blues in the Schools (BITS) education program,and a host of other activities for the Blues Lover.
The Sierra Blues Society is dedicated to preserving & promoting the blues . Whether you’re a musician, a band, or a fan, whatever part of the blues you’re from, you’ll enjoy surfing connecting with them.
One of the oldest blues societies in California, the Sacramento Blues Society was founded 1979. The SBS has kept the blues tradition alive in the Sacramento area.
Based in Chico California, the Midnight Blues Society (MBS) has been supporting the Blues since 1992. Formed as a Community Service Organization, The Mission of the MBS is to: Nurture, Promote and Preserve All Things Blues, Live & Otherwise.
The Bucks County Blues Society. Our friends keep the Blues going strong in Pennsylvania. They’ve been in existence nearly as long as the SBBS and remained continuously active year after year.