This Week's Feature: Chicago Blues Fest Image Gallery

Fans have good time over four days and five stages.

After two years of lackluster performance lineups, the 17th Annual Chicago Blues Fest offered fans performances by Little Milton, Arthur Adams and Hubert Sumlin. The free event held in the Windy City had more than a half-million blues lovers in attendance and five stages guaranteed to satisfy festival-goers. In this week's Blues/Folk feature, check out the sights of the Chicago Blues Fest 2000.

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