It’s the largest concentration of non-prejudicial, unbiased time most will experience in a year or lifetime, and there’s 362 days until the next one begins. It’s a fascinating event, and this year the Winnipeg Folk Festival turns 40. The festival deserves words, many words, but until it’s over and lived, here’s a photo gallery to placate:
This gallery mourns the absence of The Avett Brothers, Colin Meloy, Indigo Girls, City & Colour, and many other performers I was told did an amazing job.
The numbers are early and unofficial, but here’s an idea of just how popular this fest is: