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Welcome to the Mississippi Blues Trail.

Your unforgettable journey into the land that spawned the single most important root source of modern popular music. Whether you're a die-hard blues fan or a casual traveler in search of an interesting trip, you'll find facts you didn't know, places you've never seen, and you'll gain a new appreciation for the area that gave birth to the blues.

* Find Blues Trail Markers via the map.
* Dive into the history of the Blues with the interactive timeline.
* Create your own custom itinerary with turn-by-turn directions.
* Look for your favorite blues artists and learn about places and events that connected them.
* View films.
* Download music from your favorite blues artists straight from iTunes.

Come see us and let the mojo start workin' on you.


The Mississippi Blues Trail is an ongoing project of the Mississippi Blues Commission. Funding for this project has been made possible by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, Misssissippi Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration, AT&T, and the Delta Center for Culture and Learning at Delta State University plus additional support from the Mississippi Development Authority Tourism Division.

What's New

Version 1.5.4

• Information about 10 new trail markers: Mississippi to France (Cahors); Big Jack Johnson, Clarksdale; Willie Mitchell, Ashland; Where the Southern Cross the Dog, Moorhead; Sonny Boy Williamson in Helena; Gulfport Boogie; Blues Legends of Duncan; W. C. Handy Birthplace, Florence, AL; Delta Blues Comes to Rochester, NY; Gospel Music and the Blues, Cleveland, MS
• Fixed the map to use more information-rich standard map mode.
• Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

Terrific App!


Love it. The documentary blues videos are wonderful too. I want to travel to many of these sites some day.

A Must Have if You Are a Blues Fan


My son Dylan and I recently drove down Highway 61 from the Canadian border to New Orleans. We went to the Bob Dylan days festival in Duluth and Hibbing, MN then headed on down the road. This app made it so easy to find all the crucial blues spots. We met with Po Monkey outside his Juke Joint, visited Robert Johnson's gravestone, saw the Crossroads, and a few museums, all because of this app. Our only suggestions would be to have the color of the markers change on the map once you have checked in, so that you can visualize where to head to next, and to connect to google maps for directions.

Pretty Good


A welcome addition to any blues enthusiast collection. As a musician, I fully appreciate the efforts put into this little app. It's chock full of blues history. And there's a lot in here I didn't know. I don't think anyone will be disappointed considering it's free! I give it 4 stars because it could probably use a few minor tweaks in terms of functionality (zooming in on photos would be nice) but overall a nice effort here. As for some of the 'crash issues' others mentioned here, I've had none yet.


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35.2 MB
Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Unrestricted Web Access
© 2011 Mississippi Blues Commission


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