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Bluegrass festival concludes Saturday night in Purvis

Members of the group, "Gold Heart" perform at the annual Lamar County Bluegrass Festival Saturday. Members of the group, "Gold Heart" perform at the annual Lamar County Bluegrass Festival Saturday.
PURVIS, MS (WDAM) -

The sounds of bluegrass music that have been echoing through the City of Purvis are coming to an end Saturday night, as the second day of the annual Lamar County Bluegrass Festival wraps up.

Since Friday afternoon, six top bluegrass artists have entertained audiences who gathered at the new Lamar County Communty Shelter.

It's the first time the festival has been held inside the 10,000 square-foot, air-conditioned facility.

Artists who performed included, Appalachian Trail, Hwy 41 South, Gold Heart, the Rigney Family, Lost Mountain Girls and Flatt Lonesome. 

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