Giveaway: Great River Folk Festival

Pert Near Sandstone
Pert Near Sandstone are among the performers at this year's Great River Folk Festival. (Jayme Halbritter)

The Great River Folk Festival happens Aug. 24 to 26 in LaCrosse, Wis.; performers include Pert Near Sandstone, Dead Horses, Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers, Them Coulee Boys and many more. Radio Heartland is giving away two pairs of all-event festival passes.

Use the form below to enter for your chance to win. Winners will be drawn at random at 12 p.m. Central on Wednesday, Aug. 22. Winners' names will be at will call at the festival gate.

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External Link

Great River Folk Festival - official site

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