Clarksdale earned the nickname "The Golden Buckle on the Cotton Belt" because of its major contribution in the country's cotton industry. Because of the booming industry, thousands of black slaves were purchased to till the lands in Clarksdale. The black slaves even outnumbered their white bosses. So when in the area, make sure to hire a bus charter in Clarksdale City to drive through a cotton plantation. It is the most magnificent view.
Another moniker for Clarksdale is the "Home of the Blues." Find and listen to the best blues musicians in Clarksdale. Just going around the city on board a bus charter in Clarksdale, Mississippi will allow one the luxury of hearing the blues from somebody's open window.
There are no amusement parks in Clarksdale because the locals' main amusement and source of entertainment are blues clubs. Ground Zero Blues Club is one of the most popular among Clarksdale locals. Patrons can enjoy their dinner or beer with great blues musicians on stage. The New Roxy rivals the Ground Zero Blues Club in terms of popularity. It is called New Roxy because the place used to be an old theater that collapsed. It was revived into a blues club that became more popular than the theater. Ask your bus charter in Clarksdale, Mississippi, to drop by the Bluesberry Café for some great jazz music.
Music is the biggest contribution of Clarksdale in the area of arts and culture. To know more about Clarksdale and its musical history, the Delta Blues Museum has all the most important information. The Cat Head and Delta Blues Folk Art is a must-stop for all visitors. Step down the bus charter in Clarksdale, Mississippi for an hour or two and learn a lot from Cat Head owner Roger Stolle, who had an important role in making the city the blues capital or Mississippi.
Enjoy ribs and hot tamales in Larry's Hot Tamales or barbecue from Abe's. But if it is American food one is looking for, Ramon's may be the place to eat. If one finds himself/herself in Clarksdale on a Sunday, head to Stone Pony Pizza, which is one of a handful of restaurants that open on a Sunday.
Make sure to take the bus charter in Clarksdale, Mississippi, to the Crossroads. It is a great photo opportunity because legend has it that famous blues guitarist Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil in that area. Also, make sure to track the Mississippi Blues Trails because a few are located in Clarksdale. The trails are all over Mississippi.
Clarksdale is like a mecca for fans of jazz and blues. For those who are not keen about the blues, going around Clarksdale will definitely make them converts. Book a bus charter in Clarksdale, Mississippi by calling 1-866-569-2012 or get an online quote from BusRental.com.