Tickets: After 2 p.m. Friday, tickets are available at the site.

Weekend passes are $99 and single tickets are $59, plus handling charges.

You can also order online by clicking on the Ticket Info link on the Thunder Bay Blues Festival website:

Getting There: No public parking is available on the site during the Bluesfest.

Public transit, however, is free if you show the driver your Bluesfest ticket when boarding.

Go to to use the Google transit Trip Planner for travelling by bus.

And, yes, buses are equipped with bike racks.

A 'Park & Ride' program is available at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium and the Waterfront District Parkade.

A bus will be available every 15 minutes.

Quenching your Thirst: As usual, all kinds of refreshments are available for purchase on site.

But this year you can fill up your water bottle for free at a refilling station.

However, the bottle has to be empty when you you enter the site.

Weather: Keep updated on our website because it's looking iffy this weekend.

There's a chance of showers every day, with the possibility of thunderstorms.

Pack a raincoat or waterproof poncho — or at least a green/blue/clear garbage bag with a whole cut out for your head, if that's all you have.

But it could be sunny too, so bring a hat, sunscreen and your sunglasses.

Road Closures: Up until 6 p.m. on Monday, July 8, the following roads are closed:

  • from Marina Park Overpass to Prince Arthur’s Landing
  • Saul Laskin Drive

The Gate opens at 4 p.m. Friday night and 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

The Gate closes at 9:30 p.m. all three nights.

For more go to the Superior Morning facebook page.