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Festival follies

The hills were alive with the sound of music on July 25, 26 and 27 ... OK, maybe not hills, but the Keystone grounds certainly were.

That’s when the Brandon Folk, Music and Arts Festival was in full throttle. Many amazing music acts played throughout the weekend, drawing hundreds of music lovers from Brandon and area to camp, dance, play music and take part in all the tantalizing delights this music festival has to offer.

The weekend featured more then 20 different artists, as well as a family-friendly area for those of all ages to make crafts, build sandcastles and perhaps pet the furry guests that made appearances over the three days.

We can’t forget the silent auction, with many awesome gifts up for grabs, and the ‘makers’ market’ for those who make things to sell.

Check out the BFMAF website, as there are many more unique events held throughout the year that you will not want to miss: www.brandonfolkfestival.ca or find them on Facebook.

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition August 9, 2014

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The hills were alive with the sound of music on July 25, 26 and 27 ... OK, maybe not hills, but the Keystone grounds certainly were.

That’s when the Brandon Folk, Music and Arts Festival was in full throttle. Many amazing music acts played throughout the weekend, drawing hundreds of music lovers from Brandon and area to camp, dance, play music and take part in all the tantalizing delights this music festival has to offer.

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The hills were alive with the sound of music on July 25, 26 and 27 ... OK, maybe not hills, but the Keystone grounds certainly were.

That’s when the Brandon Folk, Music and Arts Festival was in full throttle. Many amazing music acts played throughout the weekend, drawing hundreds of music lovers from Brandon and area to camp, dance, play music and take part in all the tantalizing delights this music festival has to offer.

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