The legendary Bluesila is back! After two summers of smaller exchanges in Vilnius, we are so happy that Bluesila is returning for its 10 edition that will happen on August 19-21, 2022!


Bluesila will bring all the things we love about it. And there are plenty of them: 


  • 8 hours of solo or partnered blues classes;
  • incredible live bands;
  • great DJs;
  • live music picnic by the lake;
  • informal barbecue pre-party;
  • separate fusion room;
  • Bluesila bar;

…and more!

The event price includes everything –  parties, classes, meals, accommodation and all activities. Yes, you have read it correctly – you will get an ALL INCLUSIVE option to spend three days in the middle of a beautiful Lithuanian forest with a crystal-clear lake “Bebrusai” within arm’s reach. Come and immerse yourself in the craziness of Blues together with 200 fellow-dancers from all around the world!

We cannot wait to see you there!

P.S. What about the pandemic?

Your health and safety is of utmost importance to us. Bluesila will be run in line with all Lithuanian regulations regarding the pandemic. As the rules are changing, we will keep the participants updated before the event. We hope that by the time of the event, they will be minimal.

For the sake of safety, proof of vaccination, Opportunity Passport (for local dancers) or negative COVID-19 test result will be required to take part in the event. Considering everybody’s safety our plan is to keep the same requirements for all participants and staff regardless of their nationality or location of departure.


Live Music

DJ Coordinator

Hamed Jenabi

Hamed’s passion for Blues music and dance made him a full-time Blues DJ, teacher, and organizer in Vienna, Austria. He is the founder and one of the organizers of “Vienna Sugar Blues” and “Blues Fever Festival”.

He has played at lots of Blues festivals in Europe and loves to give dancers a full journey through the history of Blues and plays lots of different styles, although his focus is more on Blues female singers as he believes that this era should be played more at dance events.