RV Camping at the Riverfront Blues Music Festival

Wilmington, Delaware – August 3 – 5, 2018

Great blues music awaits you and your family and friends in the Riverfront Blues Music Festival in Wilmington early in August. Featuring some of the top performing blues artists, this year marks the 21st annual Riverfront Blues Music Festival sponsored by the City of Wilmington.  Riverfront Blues Music Festival

The Riverfront Blues Festival will take place in Tubman-Garrett Park on Wilmington’s Christina Riverfront. It starts on Friday, August 3 and runs through Sunday, August 5, with performances beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday, Noon on Saturday, and 12:30 p.m. on Sunday. The Diamond State Blues Society, formed in 1997 and dedicated to the preservation and presentation of Blues music in Delaware, curates the musical lineup for the City and helps put on this festival.

The schedule of performances for this year’s Riverfront Blues festival is available at:  www.riverfrontbluesfestde.com.

Where to Camp for Riverfront Blues Festival

To help you plan your trip to Wilmington, here’s a link to area campground information. Less than thirty minutes away from the Festival site are at least three or four area campgrounds. Be sure to make your reservations early!

More Sights to See around Wilmington:

After the Festival, you could extend your stay and explore the abundant attractions of the Brandywine Valley. Favorite activities of RV camping blues fans include canoeing the Brandywine River, treating the kids to the treehouses at the beautiful Longwood Gardens or touring the unforgettable mansions once owned by the DuPont family.

These are just a few of the many parks around Wilmington:

  • Alapocas Run State Park: Rated 5 stars, this 415 acre forested State Park features forest trails of varying difficulty for hiking biking and jogging. It is located along the Brandywine Creek and its Alapocas Run tributary.
  • Brandywine Park is a 345 acre state park located along the Brandywine River, with a paved greenway trail, historic sites, picnic areas and the Brandywine Zoo.
  • Bellevue State Park is 328 acres in the suburbs of Wilmington, which used to be the estate of the DuPont family. It has tennis courts, a fitness track, a fishing pond and stables.

How About Refreshing Your US History in Philadelphia?

While you’re in the heart of colonial America, why not take some time to visit Philadelphia? Numerous historic sites there will help you learn or relearn your early American history. Here are just a few sights you may include on your tour.

  • Independence National Historical Park, including The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Benjamin Franklin Museum and more
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • The Franklin Institute – kid-friendly science museum plus planetarium
  • Philadelphia City Hall – with an 11 meter statue of William Penn on top
  • Reading Terminal Market – an indoors farmer’s market since 1892

RV camping makes visiting America’s blues festivals affordable and luxurious. Be sure to make time to go to this unique, delightful Riverfront Blues Festival!

To rent an RV for your trip, check our nearby RV Rentals locations in Linden, New Jersey or Kingston, Pennsylvania.

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