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Yuma River Daze: Boogie, Brews & Blues Festival returns to Gateway Park

The City invites you to enjoy a full day of excellent live music in a picturesque setting at the Yuma River Daze: Boogie, Brews and Blues Festival returns 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at Gateway Park, 1st Street and Gila Street in downtown Yuma.

Hosted by City of Yuma Heritage Festivals and Robb Bower Presents, the community is invited to enjoy a full-day of live music, food trucks, craft beer and more.

Zac Harmon, recently nominated for a Grammy award, is the featured artist. “His own command and feeling for the Blues is something you'll want to hear for yourself – very smooth, but he'll get you up and moving for sure,” said Robb Bower, event promoter.

Other acts include the Daniel Castro Band; the Moanin’ Blacksnakes (voted Las Vegas’ best blues band in 2014); the Bayou Blues Brothers; and former Yuman Billy Thompson.

This is a family-friendly event, all ages are welcome. Gates will open at 10 a.m. the day of the event. Attendees may bring chairs, blankets, umbrellas and shades. The area designated for shades and umbrellas is first-come, first-served. Coolers, pets, and outside food/drinks will not be allowed.

Tickets are $30 presale and $35 at the gate. Discounted tickets are available for military (with ID.) Purchase tickets at City Hall, the Yuma Civic Center, the Yuma Art Center and on the web at

City of Yuma Heritage Festivals thanks its event sponsors: Da Boyz Italian Cuisine, Yuma Landing Bar and Grill, Prison Hill Brewing Co., Pint House Bar and Grill, Hansberger Refrigeration and Electric Company, DeNise Builders, and Bill Alexander Flightline Mazda.