In the Deep South with Travel For Fans – A Trip Where It All Began

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Clarksdale & the Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival

Clarksdale & the Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival

By on May 6, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

Here we are not dealing just with a trip or a journey. For many people in the world this may represent the dream of their life, a trip where all their long time love just began, the cradle of all our music: the Blues. We are working to make these dreams come true, our plan it realizing some special trips, dedicated to all the kind of aspects of this music, specifically built with attention to the smallest details. All european tourists once in their life will go to the United States; Travel For Fans will organize some trips, mainly in the Southern States, to discover the places, the culture, sensations made of landscapes, tastes and perfumes, that have been dreamed from old records, even before than movies and books since childhood. We will concentrate on the father of all modern music: the Blues,  and all his different flavors, like Soul, R&B, Country, Bluegrass, Old Time, Zydeco and Jazz  that all together gave birth to the Rock. We will bring people there where all began, and where the long and hard journey to our actual days really started. Here you will find some projects we developed, that you will be able to live with your motorbike or car, following all our suggestions that will help you to reach places no one else could drive you through! Our main goal is to not let this music die, and to bring European music lovers close to their fantasy and heroes, even if it means just touching with their own hand the grave of Robert Johnson. Clarksdale & the Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival This journey will guide you to Clarksdale, Mississippi, during a special event, the Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival, where, for example, to honor the blues as the root of every music, in 2012 even Robert Plant performed. Three days of music in the street open shops and restaurants, all free concerts from early morning to late in the night. A unique experience that will be completed by some visit of nearby places, cotton plantations, famous bluesmen graves or even museums, to give you the feeling of the real Mississippi blues plus a visit at the place where Robert Johnson...

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