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Family, Acoustic stages offer second & third helpings of Main Stage acts
Written by COLE CHRISTENSEN Festival Program Writer   
Monday, 27 August 2012 15:04
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Gorman returns to the Acoustic Stage this year. He has performed at every Black Swamp Arts Festival. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
On npr.org there is a series of music performances called “Tiny Desk Concerts” where touring musicians of all genres perform behind the show producer’s desk for the staff, and for a camera broadcasting the intimate performances to the world.
Black Swamp Arts Festival patrons can experience their own “Tiny Desk Concerts” all day Saturday and Sunday by visiting the Family Stage in front of the Wood County Library and the Acoustic Stage on Main, in the atrium of the old Huntington Bank.
Throughout the weekend music fans will be able to see and hear local, national and even world musicians performing in an up-close-and-personal environment. This includes 12 Main Stage acts performing second, and in some cases third, sets throughout the festival weekend, offering a unique opportunity for each band to perform on both the large stage, and the more intimate Family and Acoustic Stages.
Year after year festival patrons cite performances from the Family and Acoustic stages as some of their most memorable moments, both for the diversity in music and for the ability to be so close to the performers.
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