By Jack Reinhard | Facebook @JohnJackReinhard
Blues filled the air recently as the historic Inn at Millrace Pond hosted its 5th annual Blues and Craft Brews Festival.
The crowd of over 300 enjoyed unique craft beers, eclectic vendors, great food, and of course great live music. This year’s event included performances by national award-winning Blues performer Alexis P. Suter as well as two top regional bands—the Outcrops and the Atlanta Café Band.
Many of those in attendance are already looking forward to next year’s festival, and you can count Suter among them. For nearly three decades now, she has performed at a wide variety of venues all over the country including one where she opened for The King of Blues, B.B. King. She enjoyed the “beautiful atmosphere” of this year’s event and would welcome the opportunity to come back next year.
This year’s Blues and Craft Brews Festival was presented by the historic Inn at Millrace Pond and Tramontin Harley-Davidson in association with Joe Hirsh Productions. To learn more about the historic Inn at Millrace Pond, please visit its website, innatmillracepond.com.