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Winnipeg Folk Festival, Thursday, July 11, 2013

THURSDAY, JULY 11 — Amy Ray, one half of the Indigo Girls, performs early Thursday evening on the main stage.
Emily Sailers of the Indigo Girls plays on the main stage of the Winnipeg Folk Festival at Birds Hill Provincial Park Thursday.
Ontario singer/songwriter Serena Ryder and her band hit the stage full-tilt Thursday night.
Ontario singer/songwriter Serena Ryder hit the stage Thursday evening at the Winnipeg Folk Festival.
The recent success of the song 'Stompa' has made Serena Ryder more of a household name as of late.
Serena Ryder's band held court with the rising Canadian singer.
Ryder belts out one of her songs, brandishing a rather small acoustic guitar.
Ontario singer/songwriter Serena Ryder entertains the crowd from the main stage Thursday night at the Winnipeg Folk Festival.
THURSDAY, JULY 11 — Amy Ray, one half of the Indigo Girls, performs early Thursday evening on the main stage. - JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Emily Sailers of the Indigo Girls plays on the main stage of the Winnipeg Folk Festival at Birds Hill Provincial Park Thursday. - JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Ontario singer/songwriter Serena Ryder and her band hit the stage full-tilt Thursday night. - JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Ontario singer/songwriter Serena Ryder hit the stage Thursday evening at the Winnipeg Folk Festival. - JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The recent success of the song 'Stompa' has made Serena Ryder more of a household name as of late. - JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Serena Ryder's band held court with the rising Canadian singer. - JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Ryder belts out one of her songs, brandishing a rather small acoustic guitar. - JESSICA BURTNICK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Ontario singer/songwriter Serena Ryder entertains the crowd from the main stage Thursday night at the Winnipeg Folk Festival. - Jessica Burtnick / Winnipeg Free Press

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