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Colt Meloney throws a ping-pong ball while playing the drinking game beer pong with Ryley Dayholos, right, and other friends in the campground duringthe first day of Dauphin's Countryfest north of Riding Mountain National Park on Thursday.

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Colt Meloney throws a ping-pong ball while playing the drinking game beer pong with Ryley Dayholos, right, and other friends in the campground duringthe first day of Dauphin's Countryfest north of Riding Mountain National Park on Thursday.

Campground games a perfect kick-off for Countryfest goers

During its 27 years, Dauphin’s Countryfest has gained a reputation for booking top-notch country acts and attracting hard-partying country music fans. 

It doesn’t take long for the festival’s sprawling campground to turn into party-central, but on Thursday morning festivalgoers were still setting up the sites that would be their homes for ...

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