The Festival Begins

A parade led by the Original Pinettes Brass Band begins this year’s Lowell Folk Festival in Lowell, Massachusetts. (Lowell is about 30 minutes north of Boston.)

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19 thoughts on “The Festival Begins

  1. SOHEIR

    Oh that was very nice
    Lowell seems to be very beautiful city
    The buildings are pretty
    I liked the photos a lot
    The images are moving
    Life is good great shots
    Have a great day Chris♣♧

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hello Soheir!
      Thank you; Lowell is very pretty, especially the downtown. It is prettiest for the festival. The city has immigrant groups from many countries and they marched in the parade. It is amazing to see so many places represented.
      I hope all is well there and you are having a great day.
      Cheers =)

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  2. Jackie Jain

    Wow. Folk festival. It is like a musical festival. And great to know that people from different countries take part in this festival. Spreading unity. Have a good day Chris. πŸ™‚

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      1. Jackie Jain

        Yes Chris. True this. Music is one of those things which can connect with whole world within just few seconds. Thanks Chris, I am having a good day so far. πŸ™‚

  3. milfordstreet Post author

    Excellent music. They are self supporting but get help lining up acts from the National Council on the Traditional Arts, which sponsors the National Folk Festival. I think I’ll be posting artist photos tomorrow. They had a great old style Delta blues guy who goes by the name Super Chikan who was great. Thanks

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