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Voyager 2015 Festival Documentary Now Online

Last year saw the inaugural edition of a new festival in Texas. For those of us who missed it, here's a little view of what happened.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-04-18


Filed under: Festivals, Video

Related artist(s): Proud Peasant, Transit Method, Opposite Day

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