2017 Venues

200 Block of Yazoo Avenue

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Art & Writing Exhibit-123 EAST SECOND

Our community art & writing exhibit begins at 10 am till 5 pm. Exhibiting works from local elementary, junior high, high school and college students.

http://www.eventsatthebank.com/about/

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123 EAST SECOND

Big Pink Guest House

The historic and beautiful New Orleans Chic House is full of architectural details from indoor courtyard complete with fountain and gas lanterns to the 20 foot ceilings throughout downstairs. Guests absolutely love how centrally located this property is to the Delta Blues Museum, Cathead Blues & Folk Art, Red's Lounge, Ground Zero Blues Club, New Roxy, and many more entertaining attractions.

http://www.oxbowclarksdale.com/forsale/

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312 Yazoo Ave. (JLHooker Lane)

Bluesberry Cafe

Blues Berry Cafe 1st place winners 2007 Jubliee BBQ Cook Off Past Preformers, Malted Milk Band,Lala ,Incode, Super Chikan and The Fighting Cocks,Heavy Suga,Razor Blade,Shake it Like A Caveman,The Blind Ducks,Jeff Lewis,and many more. Good Food,Good Music,Good Drinks, = Good Times

https://www.facebook.com/Bluesberry-CAFE-245591678792724/

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235 Yazoo Avenue

Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art

FREE sidewalk performances! Please tip your musicians, y'all

http://www.cathead.biz

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252 Delta Ave.

Cat Head's Robert Belfour Hill Country Blues Stage

Cat Head has been "Mississippi's Blues Store" since 2002. The stage out front is dedicated to festival favorite, the late great Robert "Wolfman" Belfour — one of the last of the old-school North MS Hill Country bluesmen.

https://www.cathead.biz

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252 Delta Ave.

Club 2000

Funky little place with great live music- when they have it. Friendly- very friendly hosts that treat you well.

http://thefrontlinemusic.com/tag/club-2000/

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349 Issaquenna Clarksdale, MS 38614

Cotton Boll Court

Hobson back yard stage

http://hopsonplantation.com

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1 Commissary Road

Crossroads Cultural Arts Center

Clarksdale, MS is located in the Mississippi delta and is famously home to many artists. The Crossroads Cultural Arts Center will include an art gallery, creative spaces for learning, performance space, a visiting artists loft, and retail space. The Center would be infused with the works of traditional and contemporary Delta musicians and visual artists, with an emphasis on local African-American artists and their traditions.

https://www.facebook.com/CrossroadsCulturalArtsCenter/

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332 Delta Avenue

Crossroads Marker

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Cutrer Mansion

The Cutrer Mansion is on the campus of the Coahoma County Higher Education Center (CCHEC), which is a partnership between Delta State University (DSU) and Coahoma Community College (CCC). The partnership began in 1999 after the community came together to raise $750,000 to save the seven-thousand-square-foot mansion from demolition. It was owned at the time by the St. Elizabeth Catholic Church and had been used as a educational facility for over 50 years. The Center is still used today as a cultural and educational center that offers a wide-variety of programs and events to the public, but the anchor of the campus is the historic Cutrer Mansion.

http://www.cutrermansion.com

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109 Clark St.

Deak Harp Harmonica Shop

13 Third Street. Harmonica students playing.

http://www.deakharp.com

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Delta Blues Alley Cafe (backroom stage)

The newest kid on the block, located on the corner of Delta ave. and Blues Alley, 'now how down home is dat'. Equipped with a street side bar open daily with pool tables, games, flat screen viewing , juke box jams and Ice cold beer and beverages, giving you that local feel only Clarksdale can provide. Then once you go thru the 'big hole in da wall' and fade to black, its an unexpected experience with a dance floor, tables, booths, a separate bar and grill for your enjoyment and newly added mainstage for your entertainment. Local radio station disc jockeys play the grooves nightly and blues icons and other artist perform live @ Delta Blues Alley Caf� blues lounge. Local legends and up incoming stars like Robert Bilbro Walker, David Kimbrough and the Kimbrough Family, Cops by day, blues in the heat of the night, Otis TCB Taylor and main stage band, and Rickey Burton and all soul band, plus many more have graced our stage and are scheduled for upcoming events. Also coming Soon, the Saturday Night Fish Fry with Jaka Sherrie from one of the longest running blues program in the Mississippi Delta with live broadcast on Delta Force 3 radio and Bluesday 2'sday with live bands every Tuesday Night, and couple 2 for 1 admission and specials. Delta Blues Alley Caf� blues lounge welcomes you to the place where hard times and struggle fell in love, and the blues was born.

https://www.facebook.com/dbacinfo/

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352 Delta Avenue

Delta Blues Alley Cafe (front bar)

The newest kid on the block, located on the corner of Delta ave. and Blues Alley, 'now how down home is dat'. Equipped with a street side bar open daily with pool tables, games, flat screen viewing , juke box jams and Ice cold beer and beverages, giving you that local feel only Clarksdale can provide. Then once you go thru the 'big hole in da wall' and fade to black, its an unexpected experience with a dance floor, tables, booths, a separate bar and grill for your enjoyment and newly added mainstage for your entertainment. Local radio station disc jockeys play the grooves nightly and blues icons and other artist perform live @ Delta Blues Alley Caf� blues lounge. Local legends and up incoming stars like Robert Bilbro Walker, David Kimbrough and the Kimbrough Family, Cops by day, blues in the heat of the night, Otis TCB Taylor and main stage band, and Rickey Burton and all soul band, plus many more have graced our stage and are scheduled for upcoming events. Also coming Soon, the Saturday Night Fish Fry with Jaka Sherrie from one of the longest running blues program in the Mississippi Delta with live broadcast on Delta Force 3 radio and Bluesday 2'sday with live bands every Tuesday Night, and couple 2 for 1 admission and specials. Delta Blues Alley Caf� blues lounge welcomes you to the place where hard times and struggle fell in love, and the blues was born.

https://www.facebook.com/dbacinfo/

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352 Delta Avenue

Delta Blues Museum

Since its creation, the Delta Blues Museum has preserved, interpreted, and encouraged a deep interest in the story of the blues. Established in 1979 by the Carnegie Public Library Board of Trustees and re-organized as a stand-alone museum in 1999, the Delta Blues Museum is the state’s oldest music museum.

http://www.deltabluesmuseum.org

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Delta Blues Museum Classroom

Stage and classroom for unique blues education programs. Within the Museum.

http://www.deltabluesmuseum.org

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Delta Blues Museum Stage

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Delta Cinema Lobby

Today's DELTA CINEMA at 11 Third Street in downtown Clarksdale, Mississippi, was once the Tyson Theater aka Showcase Cinema. Originally built in circa 1940 as a 500-seat theater (downstairs main seating plus upstairs balcony area), today it holds two theaters (since upstairs is now its own small theater). The annual Clarksdale Film Festival is held here the last weekend of January each year, and Juke Joint Festival uses it as a music venue each April. It is available to rent for special events. The owner is Clarksdale's Bruce Ellis. 662-627-6733.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delta-Cinema/165665316779751

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11 Third Street

Delta Cinema Stage

Classic Clarksdale movie and performance theater. Main cinema (there are two) features a live performance stage. Juke Joint Festival features a kick-off concert event on this Delta Cinema Stage every year on the Thursday evening prior to the fest itself. This venue provides a very special visual and listening arena for extra special shows such as the musical "Mosquitoville" (2010) and the North Mississippi String Band (2011). These events are purposely planned for early evening to avoid conflicts with live, nighttime blues at the jukes. Also, plan to arrive early for free lobby music and a poster signing with artist Cristen Barnard (6pm).

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delta-Cinema/165665316779751

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11 Third Street

Delta Furniture

Delta Furniture owned by Jim Youngblood has a friendly staff to help you find just what you are looking for. Come in and browse. We carry our own accounts

https://www.facebook.com/Delta-Furniture-Store-534933233283637/

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238 Issaquena Avenue

Delta Furniture Stage

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238 Issaquenna

East Second and Desoto

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Former Oxbow Restaurant

Opening show reception. Thursday 5pm-8pm. Friday 1pm-5pm. Saturday 11am-5pm

http://www.oxbowclarksdale.com

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316 Yazoo Ave. (JLHooker Lane)

Gimme Gumbo Gallery

GimmeGumbo Art Gallery

Corner of Delta & 3rd St. 662-302-1256. Debbie Watson Gimmegumbo@icloud.com
Open April 19 - 24
Saturday, 2 - 3 ish Meet, Greet, Eat, & relax with Music by Wayne & Reba Russell and Friends
Exceptional rare works from beloved Mississippian Delta Artist, John Fewkes, (1956-2016). Unique custom candles by Delta Flame. Art by California painter Susan Conditt. Talented Memphis artist Marlee Howard vibrant acrylic or watercolors originals and prints on canvas in both large and small format are not to be missed. Memphis Artist and Musician, Wayne Russell, will be selling Original Paintings and Framed Prints. Wayne and Marlee will be available to sign, personalize purchases.

http://www.gimmegumbogallery.com

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3rd & Delta Avenue

Grandma's Blues Club

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115 Third Street

Grandma's Sports Bar

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119 Third Street

Griot Arts

Griot Arts Inc. is a non profit organization committed to fostering compassion and creativity in order to produce a community that pursues beauty, justice and healing in Clarksdale, MS. Griot Arts creatively addresses the problems of the generational poverty cycle in Clarksdale and the Mississippi Delta by giving young people the resources and the empowerment they need to support themselves and their families and become responsible citizens able to contribute to their community

http://www.griotarts.com

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278 Sunflower Avenue

Ground Zero Blues Club

Clarksdale's largest real-deal blues music venue offers "live" Mississippi blues music every Wednesday to Saturday... plus special events during festival time periods. Co-owned by actor Morgan Freeman, attorney Bill Luckett and music agent Howard Stovall, Ground Zero Blues Club will celebrate its 5th anniversary in May 2006. Besides the plethora of incredible local blues acts who have performed there, musicians from Mavis Staples and Alvin Youngblood Hart to Jerry Lee Lewis and Bobby Rush have been filmed playing there.

http://www.groundzerobluesclub.com

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0 Blues Alley

Hambone Art & Music

"Hambone Art Gallery" and bar, Artwork by Stan Street , is located at 111 East Second St.,between Madidi's and Theo's Rock and Roll Museum . Formerly Conerly shoes [ co- owned by Charlie Conerly, quarterback of the New York Giants and Old Miss.] Before that, the building was the old Delta theatre. Owners Stan and Dixie Street moved to Clarksdale from So. Florida. Both blues musicians, they were drawn here by the city's historical roots. Stan is a poster designer for many roots and blues festivals throughout the U.S. and Canada. The Artwork is mostly musical, but the Gallery also has landscapes from the Delta, Abstracts, and ecclectic Found Object pieces.

http://www.stanstreet.com

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111 E. Second Street

Hattie Jean's

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270 Delta Avenue (formerly Henderson Drug Store)

Hopson Commissary (back porch)

Home of the old Hopson Plantation and the current Shackup Inn, Hopson Commissary is a combination museum and music venue that has to be seen to be believed. Pinetop Perkins drove a tractor out at Hopson in the 40s, and it was also home to the first mechanical cotton picker.

http://hopsonplantation.com

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1 Commissary Circle

Hopson Commissary (main stage)

Home of the old Hopson Plantation and the current Shackup Inn, Hopson Commissary is a combination museum and music venue that has to be seen to be believed. Pinetop Perkins drove a tractor out at Hopson in the 40s, and it was also home to the first mechanical cotton picker.

http://hopsonplantation.com

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1 Commissary Road

Jerry's Tamales

In the former Levon's/Holy Moly location at Third & Issaquena, downtown!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jerrys-Hot-Tamales-and-BBQ/127247070711449

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301 Issaquena Avenue

JJF Acoustic Blues Jam Tent hosted by Stephen "Bluesdude" Duncan

JJF Acoustic Blues Jam Tent hosted by Stephen "Bluesdude" Duncan

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JLHooker and Third Street

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John Lee Hooker Lane

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Lambfish Art Co.

Joey Young is a potter and painter from the Mississippi Delta; his work exhibits regional influences shaped by the complicated coexistence of cultures steeped in blues music, agriculture, and religion. Young's creations include functional pottery, raw landscapes rooted in a pastoral realism and expressionistic figures portraying universal and regional alienation.

https://www.facebook.com/Lambfish-Art-Company-178252968880416/

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114 Third Street

Levon's Bar & Grill

Steak, Catfish, Burgers Pizza, Pasta Live Music Friday: 8pm BILL ABEL BAND Saturday: 5pm BLACKWATER TRIO 8pm MISSISSIPPI BIGFOOT--Juke Joint Festival Wristband Required Sunday: 3pm DUWAYNE BURNSIDE

https://www.levons.net/

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232 Sunflower Avenue

Lyon Methodist Church

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Hopson Street

Meraki Coffee Roasters

Meraki Roasting Company - Freshly Roasted Artisan Coffee roasted in house supporting our youth entrepreneurship program. Come visit our roastery to try our current coffee profiles. Pastries made by local vendors. www.merakiroasting.com www.griotarts.com
Meraki Market- Food and handmade items made by local artisans and students. Local produce, Sweet Magnolia Ice Cream, local honey, fresh baked bread, craft beer and more. . www.merakiroasting.com www.griotarts.com
282 Sunflower Ave Meraki Festival Hours: Thursday 9:30AM- 9:00PM Friday 7:00 AM- 9:00 PM Saturday 7:00AM- 1:00 AM Sunday 7:00 AM- 6:00 PM

http://www.griotarts.com/meraki

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278 Sunflower Ave

Messenger's

This historic club, pool hall and cafe has been in continuous operation -- and in the same family -- since the 1930s. Alan Lomax even included it on his map of Clarksdale in 1941 (and Fisk University even documented the songs on the jukebox then). Since last year's Juke Joint Festival debut, Messenger's has featured "live" blues shows by Jimbo Mathus, Wesley Jefferson, and Rev. Peyton's Big Damn Bandr. Actor Samuel L. Jackson even showed up one night and caught musician Robert Belfour's performance! Look for the new sign out front and come on in for warm smiles and tall cool ones.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Messengers-Pool-Hall/389813951050381

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133 MLK Dr.

Miss Del's General Store Stage

Check out this fun and festival general store and take home gifts of food, books, clothes, antiques, bath & body and more! It's a one-of-a-kind store that could only exist in a one-of-a-kind place like Clarksdale, Mississippi.

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145 Delta Avenue

Mr. Tater Memorial Stage

FREE LIVE MUSIC. Sponsored by C Spire Official Wireless Sponsor of Juke Joint Festival

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350 Issaquena

New Roxy

The New Roxy is a former movie theater located in the historic New World District of downtown Clarksdale. After deteriorating over a 30-year vacancy, this iconic building is being resurrected as a vibrant music, art, and theater venue for you to discover and enjoy.

Step inside to experience the regrowth—original sloping concrete floor, masonry stage, distressed brick walls, space for dancing, drinking, dining—all beneath a gorgeous view of the night sky through the open rooftop.

We are open throughout the year for events such as festivals, theater performances, film screenings and private parties. Two separate areas await your arrival. The front bar features a small, intimate stage (now fully covered and weather-proof) while the open-air main stage provides ample room for larger productions.

Check out our online calendar for upcoming events! The New Roxy has it all, with an easy online ticketing system for select events for your convenience.
Be a part of making history!

http://www.newroxy.com

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363 Issaquena Avenue

New Roxy (front bar stage)

The New Roxy is a former movie theater located in the historic New World District of downtown Clarksdale. After deteriorating over a 30-year vacancy, this iconic building is being resurrected as a vibrant music, art, and theater venue for you to discover and enjoy.

Step inside to experience the regrowth—original sloping concrete floor, masonry stage, distressed brick walls, space for dancing, drinking, dining—all beneath a gorgeous view of the night sky through the open rooftop.

We are open throughout the year for events such as festivals, theater performances, film screenings and private parties. Two separate areas await your arrival. The front bar features a small, intimate stage (now fully covered and weather-proof) while the open-air main stage provides ample room for larger productions.

Check out our online calendar for upcoming events! The New Roxy has it all, with an easy online ticketing system for select events for your convenience.
Be a part of making history!

http://www.newroxy.com

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363 Issaquena Avenue

New Roxy (main stage)

The New Roxy is a former movie theater located in the historic New World District of downtown Clarksdale. After deteriorating over a 30-year vacancy, this iconic building is being resurrected as a vibrant music, art, and theater venue for you to discover and enjoy.

Step inside to experience the regrowth—original sloping concrete floor, masonry stage, distressed brick walls, space for dancing, drinking, dining—all beneath a gorgeous view of the night sky through the open rooftop.

We are open throughout the year for events such as festivals, theater performances, film screenings and private parties. Two separate areas await your arrival. The front bar features a small, intimate stage (now fully covered and weather-proof) while the open-air main stage provides ample room for larger productions.

Check out our online calendar for upcoming events! The New Roxy has it all, with an easy online ticketing system for select events for your convenience.
Be a part of making history!

http://www.newroxy.com

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363 Issaquena Avenue

Our Grandma's House of Pancakes & Blues

Excellent breakfast place... with a blues club attached!

https://www.facebook.com/Our-Grandmas-House-of-Pancakes-409095742625032/

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115 3rd St

Paramount Marquee Stage

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200 block of Yazoo Avenue

Pete's Grill

LIVE BLUES TBA. Night time music venue with $10.00 wrist band.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Petes-Cafe-Clarksdale-Ms/885163988186608

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550 Sunflower Avenue

Quapaw Canoe Company

All events will meet & take place street level 3rd & Sunflower in downtown Clarksdale all day 9 - 4pm every day Thursday April 20 – Saturday April 22. For more information contact Quapaw Canoe Company or info@island63.com 662-627-4070, Mark “River” Peoples 662-902-1885 or Lena Von Machui 662-313-6220.

http://www.island63.com

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289 Sunflower Avenue

Quapaw Canoe Stage

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Red's Lounge

Red's Lounge? It's the definition of a real-deal Mississippi juke joint. Don't expect to be spoiled with amenities. All you need is a been-there-done-that owner, some beers as big as your head and some "live" blues you'll never forget. (Oh, and MAYBE something out front on the grill.) This is how blues became blues... how the music grew up out of the cotton fields and onto a round piece of vinyl. Speaking of which, the building itself was called "Levine's Music Center" back in the day, and it's where Ike Turner and his Kings of Rhythm bought the instruments that played the first rock 'n roll song. Yeah, Red's is the real thing for sure...

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Reds-Blues-Club/163702543685722

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395 Sunflower Avenue

Rock & Blues Museum

The Rock & Blues Museum Clarksdale features Blues, 50ties Rock & Roll, British Invasion, 60ties Psychedelic Rock displays, and more! In the giftshop CDs and used vinyl records, t-shirts & more. Rock & Blues Museum wristband $5, valid JJF Friday through Sunday. NEW DISPLAYS: NANETTE WORKMAN & BONNIE RAIT www.blues2rock.com Rain or Shine under the tents in front of the Rock & Blues Museum 113 East 2nd Street Clarksdale, MS!

http://www.blues2rock.com/Blues2Rock

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113 East 2nd Street

Rock & Blues Museum Stage

100 block East 2nd Street

Shack Up Inn (The Gin)

New, old-style venue at the world-famous Shackup Inn and Cotton Gin Inn.

https://www.shackupinn.com

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1 Commissary Road

Shack Up Inn (The Gin)

New, old-style venue at the world-famous Shackup Inn and Cotton Gin Inn.

https://www.shackupinn.com

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1 Commissary Road

Shacksdale Motel

Shacksdale Motel is helping to preserve this rich history by capturing the essence of a sharecropper shack. We take pride in re-using and re-purposing the pieces of the Delta architecture that would be lost to the elements. We have removed the cypress boards from collapsing shacks, pulled the nails, washed and used these planks for our interiors. We have salvaged bead-board and tin, kitchen sinks and claw-foot bathtubs, down to genuine house-blocks supporting our foundations.

http://www.shacksdalemotel.com

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8144 Old Hwy 49 South

Southern Comfort Blues Bus Shuttle

Ride our "Southern Comfort Blues Bus Shuttle" between our official Juke Joint Festival nighttime venues! FESTIVAL WRISTBAND REQUIRED. Bus shuttles start out at hotels (& Expo RV park) around 8pm, and then rotate for the rest of the evening between the clubs and juke joints. (Runs till roughly 1am... but don't miss the last bus, please.)

http://www.jukejointfestival.com/wristbands.php

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Stone Pony Pizza

Open 11am til..662.624.PONY (7669) www.stoneponypizza.com Stone Pony Pizza is excited to bring to the Mississippi Delta an eclectic mix of atmosphere. A building that has been in Clarksdale since 1912, we have renovated and brought this great building back to its historic beginnings. We offer five flat screen televisions for your enjoyment, Wi-Fi accessibility and a pictorial history of Clarksdale and many of its colorful residents. With Journey Baker, Matthew Joseph, we offer not only a wonderful atmosphere to enjoy, but homemade, hand-tossed pizza that will make your mouth water. Come, join us and enjoy a wonderful night in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

http://stoneponypizza.com

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226 Delta Avenue

Stone Pony Tack Room

In June 2009, the idea of a gourmet pizza restaurant, located in the heart of Downtown Clarksdale, was born. The owners, Buddy Bass and Joe Weiss, cousins, are 4th generation Clarksdaleians who are proud of the history of Clarksdale and the new possibilities that await. With teenage, twenty and thirty year old children of their own, their idea was to create a place where kids and families would feel comfortable dining and relaxing. Second, they wanted to create a location that visitors to Clarksdale would enjoy and experience our local fare.

http://stoneponypizza.com

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226 Delta Avenue

Sunflower Gazebo

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200 Block of Sunflower Avenue

The Bank (back porch)

The Bank venue was the original “Bank of Clarksdale” built in 1930. The beautiful marble building is in the Neoclassical/Beaux Arts style. With its towering interior ceiling in the main room, skylights and marble counters, it is the perfect location for hosts who need a large space in which to host their events.

http://www.eventsatthebank.com/about/

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123 E. Second Street

The Bank (main stage)

The Bank venue was the original “Bank of Clarksdale” built in 1930. The beautiful marble building is in the Neoclassical/Beaux Arts style. With its towering interior ceiling in the main room, skylights and marble counters, it is the perfect location for hosts who need a large space in which to host their events.

http://www.eventsatthebank.com/about/

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123 E. Second Street

The Bank Stage

FREE LIVE MUSIC. Sponsored by C Spire Official Wireless Sponsor of Juke Joint Festival

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The Delta Byrd

A Real Mississippi Delta emporium in downtown Clarksdale featuring small bites, music, vintage, and art. It's authentic, fun, and funky. Don't miss it!

https://www.facebook.com/deltabyrd/

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721 Riverside Avenue

The Dutch Oven

Open Mon-Friday 10am-3pm. Lunch 11am to 2pm. SPECIAL Festival Hours Saturday 8:30 til.
The Dutch Oven opened in 2003, specializing in quality baked goods in the tradition of its Mennonite proprietors - just another facet of Clarksdale’s diverse community. It is housed in a circa 1927 passenger train depot in the heart of Blues Alley and managed to secure its place in the hearts of locals and out-of-towners alike. Doors open each weekday at 10 a.m. to the decadent scent of freshly baked breads, homemade cakes and pies that puts an extra spring in your step on a hot summer day. During the lunch hour, the small cafe is teeming with a hungry crowd craving an easy lunch of sandwiches, soups and salads. Don’t be fooled by the simple menu. Southern sandwich staples such as pimento cheese (pronounced around here as "pa-minna") or the best-seller chicken salad comes on a choice of butter corn bread (croissant), Panini, wheat or rye and can be paired with a savory soup like Forage (cheese with ham, carrots and potatoes), Cream of Broccoli or a garden salad.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Dutch-Oven/116439745047142

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100 Blues Alley Lane

The Holy Moly

The Holy Moly, an old Masonic Temple in the centre of the Historic Downtown Blues precinct of Clarksdale ,​ Mississippi, is now a revitalised building. Listed on the National Register of historic buildings, it was purchased by an Australian couple, Carla Maxwell and Adrian Kosky, in 2012, empty, and unused. In the last three years, ​four​ living/working spaces for artists/musicians have been established on the ground floor, together with ​ a diner on the corner. The second floor revitalisation work ​at The Holy Moly ​has just been completed, and the floor plan lends itself to more creative endeavours. It incorporates a theatre space for music, film and story telling, an event room with a commercial kitchen, an office with full living facilities, ​a ​meeting room, and​ a​ green room with living facilities. The unusual floor plan has been retained​​​ and recycled to suit and accommodate groups of people for workshops, leisure education​,​ and cultural activities. The second floor of ​The Holy Moly will be open over the Juke Joint Festival 2017​,​ as a night time concert venue on the Saturday night, from 7-10 pm. The owners invite you to explore the future possibilities for the revitalised second floor of The Holy Moly ​. ​They welcome your feedback, support​, ​and encouragement on how to best use it in the future. Please email your suggestions to ​Adrian@TheHolyMoly.com or​ Carla@TheHolyMoly.com.​

http://www.theholymoly.com

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218 Third Street

Third Street and JLHooker Lane

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Third Street in front of Delta Cinema

C.A.R.E.S. Fish Fry Fundraiser in street out front of Delta Cinema (with curbside pick up on Delta Ave.).

http://www.caresclarksdale.com

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11 Third St.

Virtual Reality Experience Center

Come on in and try it! 119 East Second Street

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119 East Second Street

Wade Walton Barber Shop

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Writing Exhibit-123 EAST SECOND

NEW LOCATION FOR 2015-THE BANK BUILDING LOCATED AT 123 EAST SECOND STREET. Our winning entries will be displayed for you to enjoy. A CELEBRATION OF CHANGE is the theme of these essays, personal narratives, song lyrics or poems. Students from grades 4th thru 12 as well as our college students write. The power of music is transformative. Music can change a mood, a person, a society, or even the world. The Blues reflect real life, and thus reflect the changes we experience in our own lives, whether they are sudden or slow, tragic or triumphant. Celebrate change � and write about it!

http://www.eventsatthebank.com/about/

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123 EAST SECOND

Yazoo Pass Espresso Bistro & Bakery

A cup of coffee with class. In downtown Clarksdale, MS enjoy a cup of coffee and a fresh baked pastry while relaxing in the cozy atmosphere of Yazoo Pass. The espresso bar and bistro serves up fresh ingredients at this welcoming breakfast and lunch spot. The warm colors and clean aesthetic provide a classy location for a breakfast meeting, lunch group, or coffee chat session in the booths, couch area, or at the community table- or stay a while and enjoy the complimentary wireless internet.

http://yazoopass.com

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207 Yazoo Avenue

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