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Folk fest continues throughout Sunday, at Fraser River Heritage Park.

World-class artists perform a final day at the 26th Annual Mission Folk Music Festival.



Hundreds of music fans enjoyed Saturday’s folk festival at the Fraser River Heritage Park, Mission. This year’s 26th Annual Mission Folk Music Festival is in day three, the final day for music lovers to experience live performers from around the world.

Saturday’s performers included renowned artists such as; Locarno, The Bills, Terry Evans and Hans Theessink, Dick Gaughan and Piccola Banda Ikona. Daytime concerts are now playing and tonight’s final round of concerts commence at 6pm. More information at: www.missionfolkfestival.ca

See photo gallery from Saturday night.

Feature video on The Bills playing at Mission Folk Fest.

Feature video on Piccola Banda Ikona playing at Mission Folk Fest.

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