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posted by Steve Caines in on Jun 21, 2009 - View profile

Full Circle Festival



Friday June 19 2009 (All day)

A newfangled stringband hootenanny!

June 19-21, 2009

Full Circle is a collaborative, musician-run festival at Red Fox Farm in Centre Burlington, Nova Scotia. Celebrate the summer Solstice with:

Acres & Acres
Chess Club
Dusty Keeler
Grassmarket
The Hupman Brothers
Jon McKiel
Joyce Saunders
Kevin Roach
Klarka Weinwurm
Laura Merrimen
Mary Grace Koile
Mishra's Dream
North Creak
Oldjoy
Ryan Cook
The Smokin' Contra Band
The Strangeboys
Ukeladies
Youngest Daughters

Tickets

Weekend passes include camping, contra dancing, all shows, all workshops, and admission to the Pre-festival Hoedown on June 5th. Because Full Circle is a musician-run festival with no outside funding sources, we rely on ticket revenue and we appreciate your efforts to buy tickets in advance.

*Weekend Pass: $50*

Friday only: $15
Saturday only: $25
Sunday only: $10
Camping: $10/night

Tickets are available at Local Source Market in Halifax, Box of Delights bookstore in Wolfville, or online:

1. Check in at the Centre Burlington Community Hall, 3554 Highway 215, Centre Burlington, NS. Volunteers will direct you to parking and camping.

2. /No dogs please/. If you bring a dog, the two of you will be asked to leave together.

3. Please respect festival boundaries. Red Fox Farm is home to people and animals who need their privacy.

4. Bring water, tent camping gear, a flashlight, warm clothes (remember, it’s rain or shine), food, and soft-soled dancing shoes for the Contra Dance.

www.fullcirclefestival.ca


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