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, Mar 29, 2012
Is this a free event?
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On Mar 29, 2012, at 7:39 AM, "Ramcey" <ramcey@...> wrote:
> Los Lobos will rock the Iowa City Arts Festival on June 2, 2012.
> The festival, presented by Veridian Credit Union, runs the weekend
> of June 1 to 3, 2012.
> Local legend Greg Brown is coming home Friday night, June 1,
> with his friends and family including Pieta Brown, Bo Ramsey
> and The Pines. This special evening will kick off at 7 p.m.
> and they’ll play throughout the evening. New in 2012, portions
> of the Art Fair (Washington and Dubuque streets) will be open
> Friday evening from 5 to 7 p.m.
> Saturday provides an abundance of activities for the whole
> family including the Art Fair, Family and Weatherdance
> Fountain Stage performances, Global Village cultural
> activities for kids, and main stage performers from all
> over the country. The main stage features local and national
> favorites including Bree Nettie, Ben Schmidt, The Recliners,
> Joy Kills Sorrow, and Carrie Rodriguez. Saturday night’s
> headliner is sure to inspire as we welcome Los Lobos to the
> Iowa Arts Festival. Known for so much more than their hit
> “La Bamba,” they continue to grow and create exciting new music.
> Sunday the main stage will feature performances from local talent
> including the Awful Purdies, Iowa City Community Band and
> Collectible Boys. The rest of the festival will offer a wide
> variety of activities including the Art Fair, Culinary Row,
> the Family Stage, FUN Zone, Emerging Artist Pavilion,
> Children’s Day Activities and of course the strolling
> entertainers throughout the festival.
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