The 33rd Annual "Rollin On The River" is back and ready to go this Summer, and they have a cant miss lineup for all music fans in the Tri-States!

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The 33rd Annual Rolling On The River announced in a recent Facebook post that they are returning this August to Victory Park in Keokuk, Iowa! Once again we hear at Townsquare Media are so excited about the return of these great music festivals to the Tri-State area. In this Facebook post they also announced their lineup for the 2021 festival, saying...

"The Saturday Stage begins with Acoustic Blues Singer Songwriter, Catfish Keith, known as an exponent of the Resonator Guitar...Second up Saturday is yet another long time Blues Player, Craig Erickson...Headliner Saturday and back by popular demand is the energetic, exciting, Jason D. Williams."

They also announced in a press release that Friday's headliner will be Chicago Blues man Lurrie Bell, who will follow earlier Friday acts such as Sally Weisenberg & Her Famous Sidemen, and  Ivas John Band. For more lineup details and for more information on the 33rd annual Rollin On The River at Victory Park in Keokuk, Iowa check out their website by clicking here! 

It's just good news after good news release for us here in the Tri-States! So many incredible events are making their return all over the Quincy and Hannibal area, its great to see these events return for these small communities who rely on Summer tourism dollars and all the other spending that people do when there is a festival in town.

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