Winnipeg Folk Festival, Sunday, July 14, 2013

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John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press SUNDAY, JULY 14 — The festival was full of colours, like those on this girl's ribbon.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Xavier Rudd performs Sunday.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press The crowd reacts to a main stage performance Sunday.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press The sky fills with bubbles as the sun creeps closer to setting.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press The crowd was anything but tepid for Sunday night's main stage performances.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press JD Edwards of the JD Edwards band basks in the glow of the setting sun.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Bubbles fill the air over the heads of a Sunday folk fest crowd.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press As Sunday's folk fest comes to a close, couple of friends embrace.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Hula hoops were popular at the Winnipeg Folk Festival.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Friends sit in the grass as the sun sets Sunday.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press The sun went down, but the crowds never let up.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press A spectator holds a flag as the sun sets.
John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press The sun sets over the closing day of the Winnipeg Folk Festival.
Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press Twilight is seen through the centre of the new Festival Tower.
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