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Musical duo Blues Meets Girl, comprised of Mr. Downchild and Kasimira Vogel, were one of the blues acts performing at the Blues and Brews Festival–a new event in Downtown Chipley that happened Oct. 14. [COLLIN BREAUX | The News and Advertiser] 

STAFF REPORT

The first-ever “Blues and Brews Festival†brought people to Downtown Chipley for adult beverages and soulful sounds.

The music festival featured several bands on stage and alcohol for sale and outdoor consumption at the old rail station on Saturday, Oct. 14. 

Merchants had items for sale at their tables and the Washington County Historical Society museum was open for people who wanted to learn about the town’s history along the way.

Musical duo Blues Meets Girl, comprised of Mr. Downchild and Kasimira Vogel, were one of the blues acts performing at the Blues and Brews Festival–a new event in Downtown Chipley that happened Oct. 14. [COLLIN BREAUX | The News and Advertiser] 
Courtney Corbin served up alcoholic drinks during the Blues and Brews Festival held in Downtown Chipley on Oct. 14. [COLLIN BREAUX | The News and Advertiser] 
Plants were one of the vendor items for sale during the Blues and Brews Festival held in Downtown Chipley on Oct. 14. [COLLIN BREAUX | The News and Advertiser] 
Decorative items are hung up at the old train station in Chipley for the Blues and Brews Festival held in Downtown Chipley on Oct. 14. [COLLIN BREAUX | The News and Advertiser] 
Jewelry was for sale by a vendor during the Blues and Brews Festival held in Downtown Chipley on Oct. 14. [COLLIN BREAUX | The News and Advertiser]