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One-day Brandon folk fest set for July in Princess Park

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A date has been set for the 34th annual Brandon Folk, Music and Art Festival, but concertgoers may notice certain changes to this year’s schedule.

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A date has been set for the 34th annual Brandon Folk, Music and Art Festival, but concertgoers may notice certain changes to this year’s schedule.

The festival will move from its usual venue at the Keystone Centre to Princess Park, where it will be held for one day only on  July 21. Admission will also be free for the entire event.

The performing acts in this year’s lineup include Sweet Alibi, Romi Mayes, Slow Leaves, Wax Mannequin, Logan Jax, Nic Nieves, the Michelle Boudreau Band, Mitchell Mozdzen and the Caitlin Baker Duo.

Jason Halstead/Winnipeg Free Press Sweet Alibi will be performing at the Brandon Folk, Music and Art Festival on July 21.

Volunteers can sign up by emailing folkfestvolunteer@gmail.com, while vendors and craftspeople can sign up at underthecanvas@gmail.com.

Anyone wishing to demo a hobby or group activity can also send their ideas to brandonfolkfestival@gmail.com.

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