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Bluegrass Entertainment in Wichita Falls

Texoma music lovers will get a chance to jam out this weekend in a two day series of Bluegrass entertainment. The 6th annual Parks and Recreation Bluegrass Festival kicked off at the MPEC at 4pm. The event will pick back up Saturday at 12pm and pack it up at 10pm.  Admission is $10 bucks for both days of $8 dollars for each.

Entertainment is provided by a variety of Bluegrass bands such as the Hunt Family, White House Harmony, Rockin Acoustic Circus, Buddy and Tina Wright, Salt Grass and others. All activities are inside the MPEC.  Food and drink along with door prizes are also a part of the festivities.

 

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