The Biscuit is Back

Kimberly J. Williams
This past October, so many people were thrilled to hear that the name “King Biscuit Blues Festival” was once again being used for historic Helena’s event. Tonight, organizers of the wildly popular festival are throwing a party…and you’re invited!

Beginning at 5 p.m., the event features the unveiling of the world-renowned King Biscuit Blues Festival‘s 2011 line-up and the cover of the 2011 AT&T Real Yellow Pages directory cover, which features the October festival. The unveiling is being held at the Cherry Street Pavilion, the main stage for the King Biscuit Blues Festival, which is located at 100 Cherry Street in historic downtown Helena. The evening event is free and open to the public.

Tonight’s party will feature door prizes and appetizers. Afterwards, those attending can enjoy an evening dining experience at one of the restaurants located along historic Cherry Street.

This year’s festival takes place on Oct. 6-8. In its 26 years, the festival has become known worldwide and visitors from across the globe flock to downtown Helena for three days of music, special events, food and fun!

For more information, contact the King Biscuit Blues Festival offices at 870-572-5223.

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