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Photos by Maya Moore

Despite the cloudy weather, bluegrass lovers of all kinds descended on Kingman Island for their annual bluegrass festival. As usual, people kayaked, got drunk, danced in the mud and didn’t let the dreary day stop them from jamming out to the likes of Elena & Los Fulanos, Run Come See, By & By and Jonny Grave. Other festivals might wax and wane, but it feels like this one is definitely here to stay.

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