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Lockn’ Festival Organizers Gain More Land

Lockn’ Festival Organizers Gain More Land

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Organizers of the Lockn’ Music Festival have added more room for concert goers. That follows the purchase of a 385 acre farm for camping and parking. The additional land will also allow for easier access to the festival from Route 29 in the Arrington area. Lockn’ co-founder Dave Frey says the company expects the festival to become a permanent fixture in Nelson County.

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