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  • First Festival returns to Sacramento for second year

    Danielle Vincent, co-founder and organizer of the First Festival, describes this new showcase of local musical talent. About 2,000 people attended the inaugural First Festival in 2015, which featured 18 bands in a single day at West Sacramento’s Riverwalk Park. Vincent said she expects at least 3,000 to attend the 2016 First Festival.

Danielle Vincent, co-founder and organizer of the First Festival, describes this new showcase of local musical talent. About 2,000 people attended the inaugural First Festival in 2015, which featured 18 bands in a single day at West Sacramento’s Riverwalk Park. Vincent said she expects at least 3,000 to attend the 2016 First Festival. Josh Mandell The Sacramento Bee
Danielle Vincent, co-founder and organizer of the First Festival, describes this new showcase of local musical talent. About 2,000 people attended the inaugural First Festival in 2015, which featured 18 bands in a single day at West Sacramento’s Riverwalk Park. Vincent said she expects at least 3,000 to attend the 2016 First Festival. Josh Mandell The Sacramento Bee

Hear local bands on both sides of the Causeway this weekend

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