Bluegrass Festival In Full Swing

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By Sarah Cantey

More than 50 campers, and counting are learning licks at Rex Locklar's Annual Bluegrass Festival. 

 
Locklar has been holding the festival in the small town of Henderson for more than 45 years. 
 
It's held twice a year and people bring their campers and play music the whole weekend. You can hear bluegrass playing past 2 a.m.
 
People come from 7 states, they started rolling in last Sunday and will leave at the end of the weekend. 
 
Rex Locklar said, "Bluegrass music is built for money, is built for friendship....I had one guy been coming here 32 years."


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