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The lineup for the 31st annual Brandon Folk, Music and Art Festival has officially been revealed.
Headliners for the three-day summer festival include A Tribe Called Red, Digging Roots and Polaris Prize-winning throat singer Tanya Tagaq, who lives in Brandon, according to the announcement posted on the Brandon Folk Festival website.
This year’s festival will take place July 24-26, and as usual under the trees on the Keystone Centre grounds.
Also in the lineup is Red Mood Road, Geoff Berner, Zrada, Rachael Cardiello and the Warm Electronic Winter.
More artists will be added and announced in the coming weeks.
Early bird tickets are now on sale online at brandonfolkfestival.ca, or in Brandon at Ted Good Music, Lady of the Lake, Ten Thousand Villages or Faders. Adult weekend passes are $64 in advance or $80 at the gate. Members pay $70. Adult day passes at the gate are $40 (Friday) and $45 (Saturday and Sunday). Student/senior weekend passes are $56 in advance or $70 at the gate.
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