BoCO Festival at the Festival Park - April 28th - Come Rain or Shine | Eastern North Carolina Now

   Tomorrow, all day, Saturday, April 28, 2012, there will be music and plenty of it down on Washington's waterfront. Come for the day, or for a favored band, but come and experience the concert in Washington's Festival Park.

   I will be there taking pictures, enjoying the tunes with family and friends, and stopping in for a brew or two downtown, when my thirst becomes intolerable. It should make for an interesting event.
Washington's Festival Park awaiting the music that will surely be there Saturday, April 28, 2012.     photo by Stan Deatherage

Here below is the original article on the event in BCN:
   The Beaufort County Arts Council presents the 4th Annual BoCO Music Festival to be held at the Festival Park, located on the scenic Pamlico River in Washington, North Carolina.
Carolina Still playing last year's BoCO Music Festival in Washington, NC: Above.     photo by Stan Deatherage

   Featured musical acts include: Carolina Still, Mandolin Orange, Mount Moriah, Onward Soldiers, and featured musicians from the Beaufort County Traditional Musicians Association.

See the poster below for the assorted details.

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