FlowFest at Fairy Stone

The Les Moore Trio and its down-home rhythm and blues, flavored with soul, rock and gospel, was probably the most crowd-pleasing band at the FlowFest at Fairy Stone State Park Saturday, a pre-Fourth of July event. Moore and the Rural Music Coalition presented FlowFest, which was also sponsored by the Reynolds Homestead. (Photo by Nancy Lindsey)
The Les Moore Trio and its down-home rhythm and blues, flavored with soul, rock and gospel, was probably the most crowd-pleasing band at the FlowFest at Fairy Stone State Park Saturday, a pre-Fourth of July event. Moore and the Rural Music Coalition presented FlowFest, which was also sponsored by the Reynolds Homestead. (Photo by Nancy Lindsey)
Silvertree, a band that started about 30 years ago and recently reinvented itself, brought hard drumming and rock and roll to the FlowFest stage (picnic shelter # 2) on Saturday.
Silvertree, a band that started about 30 years ago and recently reinvented itself, brought hard drumming and rock and roll to the FlowFest stage (picnic shelter # 2) on Saturday.
Despite the on-again, off-again rain on Saturday, families gathered, had picnics, put up umbrellas, and enjoyed the musical variety of FlowFest. Some, like this group, even had enough energy to display their dancing styles.
Despite the on-again, off-again rain on Saturday, families gathered, had picnics, put up umbrellas, and enjoyed the musical variety of FlowFest. Some, like this group, even had enough energy to display their dancing styles.
Slick Jr. and the Reactors was another popular band at FlowFest Saturday. Other performers included Lora Mahaffey, the Lone Ivy String Band, the FARM TEAM, Sergio Gonzales and Marcie Horne.
Slick Jr. and the Reactors was another popular band at FlowFest Saturday. Other performers included Lora Mahaffey, the Lone Ivy String Band, the FARM TEAM, Sergio Gonzales and Marcie Horne.
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