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Weather Doesn’t Dampen Spirits at Davy Crockett Arts and Music Festival

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By Will Johnson
Messenger Reporter

CROCKETT – Despite a range of weather spanning warm and sunny to cold and drizzly, as they say in the bidness, the show must go on and go on it certainly did.

The Crockett Area Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Piney Woods Fine Arts Association, held the 5th Annual Davy Crockett Arts and Music Festival in the streets of downtown Crockett on Saturday, March 30.

The weather – to say the least – was uncooperative. While there was some brief sunshine early in the morning, the warmth quickly gave way to cold and rainy conditions.

Despite the dreary weather, vendors lined the streets around the courthouse square while the musicians strummed their instruments down on the historic Camp Street.

Those who did attend, however, were treated to some great entertainment from a variety of acts, spanning the genres from Tejano to R&B to Classic Rock and for the grand finale – a little Red-Dirt Texas Country as Sam Moore opened for Wade Bowen.

Will Johnson may be contacted via e-mail at wjohnson@messenger-news.com.

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