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Mission Folk Music Festival now underway

Dulsori, a Korean percussion ensemble, kicked off this year’s Folk Fest Friday night with a powerful, infectious rhythm that had the crowd on its feet from the first song. - Bob Friesen photo
Dulsori, a Korean percussion ensemble, kicked off this year’s Folk Fest Friday night with a powerful, infectious rhythm that had the crowd on its feet from the first song.
— image credit: Bob Friesen photo

Music and musicians from around the world have descended upon Fraser River Heritage Park for the Mission Folk Music Festival.

Music continues throughout the day and into the night, including a performance from a woman from Mission.

For a full list of performers, visit missionfolkmusicfestival.ca

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