Bluegrass festival hits discordant note; more green needed

At Palisade’s bluegrass festival last month, Gweny Ott and her sister, Zoe, hula hoop during the opening act at Riverband Park. Way Down Yonder performs on stage. “This is one festival that needs the support of the town,” said Mayor Roger Granat in discussing the future of the festival.



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At Palisade’s bluegrass festival last month, Gweny Ott and her sister, Zoe, hula hoop during the opening act at Riverband Park. Way Down Yonder performs on stage. “This is one festival that needs the support of the town,” said Mayor Roger Granat in discussing the future of the festival.

The third year of the town-sponsored Palisade Bluegrass and Roots Festival struck both harmonious and harsh chords, as attendees and downtown businesses offered positive reviews even as ticket…




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