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Ealing Blues FestivalSince 1987 Walpole Park in Ealing has played host to a festival of Blues which returns to the west London park this summer. Among the twenty five acts lined up to play at this year's festival are The Blockheads - Ian Dury's bandmates and the musicians who gave us 'Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick' and Mungo Jerry whose mega-hit 'In The Summertime' has become the fourth highest selling single of all time. The location is an appropriate one to host such a festival, being the birthplace of British Rhythm and Blues, a scene that started in Ealing in 1962. They often have a high calibre of performers and listening to the Blues & Rock and Boogie Woogie musicians perform in the beautiful surroundings of Walpole Park is an appealing prospect on a lazy summer's day.

 

About Walpole Park

Walpole Park is Ealing's main place to head if you want to be at one with nature and it's got some very pretty parts. For a truly peaceful afternoon take a good book and make a beeline for the walled garden - this is particularly beautiful in June when the roses are in bloom. More about Walpole Park

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Underground Stations

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Ealing Broadway Tube Station
 
7 minutes walk
 
South Ealing Tube Station
 
14 minutes walk
 
Railway Stations

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South Acton Overground Station
 
25 minutes walk
 
 
 
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Spring Bridge Road Car Park
 
5 minutes walk
 
 
 
 

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London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel   from £33  27% off
67-75 Broadway, W13 | 13 minutes from Ealing Blues Festival
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