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As with previous iterations, this summer's lineup focuses on local roots-oriented acts.
This year's slate includes Kamara Thomas, Skylar Gudasz, Josh Moore, Sarah Shook, and more. Along with the announcement comes the beginning of a crowdfunding campaign to raise ,000 to fund the series and staff, pay for sound upgrades, and drive Culture Mill's Trust the Bus art installation series, which debuted last year.