Final Day of Bluegrass Festival

Folks are enjoying their own heritage and they don't call it the Bluegrass State for nothing. The 29th Annual Bluegrass in the Park Folk Life Festival continued at Audubon Mill Park in downtown Henderson this afternoon.
Folks are enjoying their own heritage and  they don't call it the Bluegrass State for nothing. The 29th Annual Bluegrass in the Park Folk Life Festival continued at Audubon Mill Park in downtown Henderson this afternoon. It's the final day of the festival that attracts people from all over the country. The event was recently named a "top 10 summer event" by the Kentucky Tourism Industry Association and a "Top 20 event in the Southeast" by the Southeast Tourism Society.

Julie Summers says, "Beautiful location , bluegrass, great! How can you go wrong". "It's our first time here we're not from the area and we made a special trip to come here."

This year's line-up included both traditional and progressive bluegrass acts. The festival is scheduled to wrap up around 10 o'clock this evening.
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