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Other festival stages feature music from near & far
Written by COLE CHRISTENSEN Festival Program Writer   
Friday, 30 August 2013 09:43
Sidi Toure (center) performs on the Acoustic Stage in 2011. (Photo: David Dupont/Sentinel-Tribune)
A hallmark of the Black Swamp Arts Festival is the unique opportunity to hear local, national, and world musicians performing on multiple stages, each stage offering a different presentation of the musical experience, from intimate and unamplified to rocking and full-scale electric.
Year-after-year the Acoustic and Family Stages have allowed Festival patrons to get closer to performers, and to hear bands in different environments, both in terms of instrumentation and acoustic setting.
The 2013 Festival provides festivalgoers multiple chances to see Main Stage performers on smaller and more intimate stages. 10 Main Stage acts will play additional sets on the Acoustic and Family Stages, including three acts performing on all three Stages.
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