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Brattleboro Free Folk Festival

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Brattleboro Free Folk Festival

The Brattleboro Free Folk Festival is an American annual music festival which takes place in Brattleboro, Vermont. The festival began in 2003 and is considered part of the New Weird America music movement.[1][2]


  1. ^ Chris Dodge (March–April 2004). "Folk Music's New Genre Benders".  
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  • Seasons They Change: The Story of Acid and Psychedelic Folk - Jeanette Leech

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