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Event# 785-478-1728

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A four day music festival hosted by the Kansas Prairie Pickers Association. The festival features local and regional bluegrass and acoustic music resonates off Holton's Prairie Lake. On-site camping and fishing is encouraged. Concessions available.

Doors open at 7PM. Beer, burgers and bar food available

Comedy Night

Address : Prairie Lake, Holton, KS Holton KS
Phone : 785-478-1728   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $10 in advance/$12 at the door

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