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Folk and Blues Festival

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Newport Road
Market Drayton
Shropshire
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Market Drayton's well established Rock and Bowl festival have added a 3rd day to the weekend with the day given over to the folk and blues genres. The event has a wonderful setting and production values as professional as anything in the region, add to that a fine list of folk and blues performers.

Visit the website via the link below for further details and tickets: http://www.rockandbowlfestival.com/

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