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Winnipeg Folk Festival 2013: Slideshows

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Now in its 40th year, the Winnipeg Folk Festival is almost as much about the sights as it is the sounds. Check out our daily collection of photos from Winnipeg Free Press photojournalists, as well as a slideshow of pictures taken by you.

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Hula hoops were popular at the Winnipeg Folk Festival.

JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Dr. John & The Nite Trippers perform on the main stage.

JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Fans rock out as Dr. Dog plays on the Big Blue stage Friday.

JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Fans rock out as Dr. Dog plays on the Big Blue stage Friday.

JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Scott Buxton demonstrates circular breathing on one of his didgeridoos.

Nicholas Laporte, 4, gives his mother Mette a hand with a foot wash during the Winnipeg Folk Festival on Saturday afternoon, July 9, 1983. (STU PHILLIPS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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