Item - PE003092 - Winnipeg Folk Festival program - July 7-10, 2005

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PE003092 - Winnipeg Folk Festival program - July 7-10, 2005

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    • 7-10 July 2005 (Creation)
      Winnipeg Folk Festival
      Winnipeg (Man.)
    • 2005 (Editor)
      Cubbidge, Linda
      Winnipeg (Man.)

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    1 illustrated program booklet [22x14cm] printed on glossy paper. 112pp. Spiral binding. Front cover includes a stylized blurry orange-toned photograph of Folk Festival attendees holding hands.

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    Annual folk music festival held in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The inaugural festival was held in 1974 in Birds Hill Provincial Park, to mark Winnipeg's centennial.

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    Program booklet for the 2005 Winnipeg Folk Festival, held at Birds Hill Park from July 7-10. Main Stage performers included Kawa Brass Band, Nathan, Ba Cissoko, Bill Frisell Quartet, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Sue Foley, Jackie Greene, The Be Good Tanyas, Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolias, Dr. John & The Lower 911, Madrigaïa, The Campbell Brothers, Lila Downs, Instinkt, Oliver Mtukudzi & Black Spirits, Odetta, Xavier Rudd, Daniel Lanois, and Emmylou Harris.

    Site Map; Birds Hill Park Map; Messages from Funders; Welcome; Operating Times; What You Need To Know; Performer Bios; Young Performers Program; Daytime Stage Schedules; Family Area; Firefly Palace; Folk School; Artistic Achievement Award; Prairie Outdoor Exhibition; Young Artist Program; Tribute to David Landy; Hand-made Village; Food Court; Selected Discography; Our Thanks; Songs of the Finale; Main Stage Schedule.

    Additionally contains several print advertisements for local businesses.

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