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Feeling Festive

12:28 AM Sunday 6/6/04 | |

Downtown Bethlehem, Pa., will host a week and a half's worth of concerts this August when the annual Musikfest takes place August 6-15.

The event, dubbed America's Music Festival, will showcase more than 300 performers on 13 indoor and outdoor stages throughout the city's plazas, parks and streets. In addition to nonstop music, the festival also features a wealth of foods, children's activities and visual arts and crafts displays.

This year's Bethlehem Musikfest kicks off with performances by Clay Aiken and Freedy Johnston, and will feature Alice Cooper, Rosanne Cash, Chingy, Twista, Richard Thompson, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Peter Frampton, Lucinda Williams, Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Huey Lewis & The News and many more.

Tickets go on sale to the public June 16, with a special presale June 9. Visit fest.org to see if you qualify.

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