The Little Boy Blues Society announces the Ozark National Blues Festival Friday and Saturday May 29th and 30th in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, at the Eureka Music Park and Campground located about 3 miles south of Eureka Springs on Highway 23 South, at 10 Mint Ridge Road. Dedicated to acoustic blues and the hypnotic style of North Mississippi electric blues, the headliners will include 83-year-old Delta blues master Eddie Cusic; the Bel Airs; Kirby Kelley; Patrick Sweany; Eureka Jones; the Ben Miller Band; the Jessie May Hemphill Band; Jones Van Jones; and much more. You're invited to bring your instruments for the blues workshops conducted by various musicians. Also on-site: the Ozark National Blues Mobile Museum will feature a 30-year collection of historic items from legendary blues masters such as Johnny Shines, Albert King, Sid Hemphill, The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, Sonny Boy Williamson, David "Honeyboy" Edwards and many more. For ticket and other information call Rich Jones with the Little Boy Blues Society in Berryville at (847) 899-0420 or visit their web page at www.myspace.com/ozarknationalbluesfest.