UPDATES

Music Farm/Columbia SC Show Rescheduled for FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7! 

Most of you know that our Sept 5 "grand opening" show for the new Music Farm in the Vista in Columbia SC was postponed due to delays in opening the club...well, they finally opened in late September, and our show has been rescheduled for Friday, November 7, and the show will include The Occasional Milkshake (featuring Mark Bryan from Hootie and the Blowfish, along with Cravin Melon/Hootie's Gary Greene and our very own Hank Futch). Unfortunately, our friends the Archetypes could not make the show work out for that date. We will miss them, but look forward to rocking the capitol city on 11/7!

Thanks so much to all our fans who responded on social media, bought or attempted to buy tickets, and/or reserved hotel rooms. We hope you will be able to join us for the new date, and celebrate what we hear is a fantastic new venue in the midlands...and one Columbia has desperately needed for some time! GET YOUR ADVANCE TICKETS NOW at the following link: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/693683
 

Acoustic Trio at Nosh THIS Friday, 8/29 8pm! 

Time to head down to the beach for one last hurrah before the month of September arrives and ushers in a new Fall! Join the band once again at our favorite "nosh" and watering hole down at Pawleys Island this Friday night! Two sets from 8-11pm! No cover and all ages per usual!

This Weekend, August 22 & 23: Two Shows in the greater Charlotte Area--the CLEAR MOUNTAIN VIEW FESTIVAL and US WHITEWATER CTR'S RIVER JAM! 

This weekend, we will make two stops, both within 60 miles of the Queen City of Charlotte...
first, on Friday night, we are one of a number of great bands playing the 3RD ANNUAL CLEAR MOUNTAIN VIEW FESTIVAL  in LAWNDALE NC, located approximately 55 miles from downtown Charlotte NC, just north of Shelby NC. The festival is a THREE DAY event, from the 21st through the 23rd, and features such bands as the Hackensaw Boys, Big Daddy Love, Yarn, Sol Driven Train, Shannon Whitworth, and many more. Camping available!! The Dogs set is 8:45-10pm on Friday night! GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!!
Then on Saturday evening, the band will be the featured and only performer at the US National Whitewater Center, in their weekly "River Jam" series. The band will play two family-friendly sets from 7-10pm. For more information, click here.

2nd Annual Homecoming Tickets On Sale Now & Selling Fast! 

Greetings Dog People!
Welcome to the all new BlueDogs.com. It's a work in progress with lots of new stuff in the works!

We are excited to go out for our a little "mini-tour" of some of our favorite places...central Virginia, Washington DC, and Raleighwood NC this week. Check out the shows page for details on those dates.

Also, hopefully you noticed last week's announcement about our 2nd Annual Homecoming at the Charleston Music Hall on December 27 and 28 in Charleston, SC - well, we're happy to let you know that tickets are ON SALE NOW and they're selling quickly!  Click here to get your tickets for one or both nights - the best seats are going fast!


 

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UPCOMING SHOWS

Previous events

Dec2

private event

Oct25

Thanks Joe! Festival

Brittlebank Park, Charleston, SC

Free event in Brittlebank Park: 3-7pm! Blue Dogs (with an all-star Charleston band) performs 5-5:30pm. Finale at Joe Riley Stadium (with Edwin McCain & Emmanuel AME Choir): 7-9pm, $5 tickets! For more info: www.thanksjoe.org

Oct22

Coastal Conservation Association Banquet

Rock Hill, SC

Fundraising event open to CCA members and guests.

Sep18

Border Bash

Downtown Augusta , Augusta, GA

Bobby Houck from the Blue Dogs will be performing along with Kevin Kinney (Drivin' and Cryin'), The Joe Stevenson Band, and many more!

Jun27

COPPER MOUNTAIN RESORT

Copper Mountain, CO

10k Run - Gone with the Dogs Event @ Burning Stones Plaza Aaron Burdett Band to perform 12pm - 1:35pm

May24

WHITE SQUIRREL FESTIVAL (Bobby & Hank duo)

Brevard, NC

http://whitesquirrelfestival.com/

About the White Squirrel Festival

Some people won’t believe it when you tell them white squirrels exist. We weren’t so sure ourselves until we saw our first one. A relative of the gray Eastern tree squirrel, white squirrels are thriving in Brevard, NC accounting for an all-time high of 40% of the Eastern tree squirrel population. This particular species of squirrel made its way to Brevard in 1949 as a result of a carnival wreck in central Florida and the town is gearing up for their 10th annual celebration of this unique wildlife population.

This nutty Memorial Day Weekend festival has a little bit for everyone. The 2014 festival kicks off Friday night with Love Canon followed by George Porter, Jr. and the Runnin’ Pardners in a free concert Throughout the weekend, bands like Scythian, the Jeff Sipe Trio, Shannon Whitworth, and many others are performing live and for FREE.

The family fun continues with a memorial parade organized by the American Legion on Saturday morning at 9 a.m., followed by a Presentation of the Wreath at the county courthouse War Memorial at 10 a.m.

Thrill-seekers will enjoy the 8th Annual Squirrel Box Derby in which creatively-designed derby karts race down Jailhouse Hill clocking in at 35mph or more. Races are open to kids 8-11 and 12-17, adults and businesses. Contestants compete for trophies awarded for the fastest critter and nuttiest design and the Golden Nut which is awarded to the local business with the best overall speed and design.

For those who are still skeptics, attendees will have a chance to meet Pisgah Pete, a rescued white squirrel, who will make his annual appearance at the festival. In addition, festival goers can learn more about how white squirrels live and what we can do to help rehabilitate wounded or rescued squirrels.

Additional events include the 6th Annual White Squirrel 5K/10K foot race, the White Squirrel Photo Contest, the White Squirrel Dance-off and street festival. This Memorial Day Weekend, there will be plenty of nutty fun for everyone in Brevard.

More information can be found by calling the festival organizer, Heart of Brevard at 828-884-3278

Free admission Age limit: All ages