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Mississippi Headwater Fest set for Oct. 14-16

Mississippi Headwater Fest will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 14-16, near the north entrance to Itasca State Park, 27579 180th St.

Mississippi Headwaters sign in Itasca State Park
Millions of people have visited Itasca State Park to see the point where the Mississippi River starts.
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BEMIDJI — Mississippi Headwater Fest will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 14-16, near the north entrance to Itasca State Park, 27579 180th St.

The three-day festival will include performances by Corey Medina and Brothers, the Groove Tones, Kitchi Boogie, David K. as Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly, Lori Goulet Reich and more.

There will also be open mic sessions, yoga classes, group hikes, food and art vendors, and beer from Revel Brewing of Park Rapids.

Day passes cost $25 each and weekend passes cost $69 each. To purchase tickets or become a sponsor, visit www.headwaterfest.com.

To join the event as a vendor, text (612) 998-5253 or send an email to davidk@davidksongs.com.

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