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Crowd enjoys New London Music Festival

Carolyn Lange / Tribune Twin Cities blues singer Joyann Parker belts out a number with her band Saturday afternoon at the New London Music Festival at Neer Park.1 / 5
Carolyn Lange / TribuneSeated under a canopy of trees along the Middle Fork of the Crow River, music lovers listen to a variety of folk, jazz, blues and rock music Saturday at the New London Music Festival. The one-day outdoor show is held each year at Neer Park.2 / 5
Carolyn Lange / Tribune Seated under a canopy of trees along the Middle Fork of the Crow River, music lovers listen to a variety of folk, jazz, blues and rock music Saturday at the New London Music Festival. The one-day outdoor show is held each year at Neer Park in New London.3 / 5
Carolyn Lange / Tribune With a tuba, clarinet and trombone providing extra swing, Miss Myra & the Moonshiners perform vintage blues and jazz Saturday afternoon at the New London Music Festival.4 / 5
Carolyn Lange / Tribune Folk musician Charlie Parr, right, was the headline performer Saturday at the New London Music Festival.5 / 5

NEW LONDON — The New London Music Festival was held Saturday at Neer Park in New London.

The event, billed as a family friendly day of eclectic live music, also included activities for kids.

The outdoor music festival drew a large crowd, entertained by blues and jazz music by several different groups, including headliner Charlie Parr.

Carolyn Lange

A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers regional news with the West Central Tribune.

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