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Phoenix Festival of the Arts 2013 Presenters and Performers Announced

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With less than a month to go, it's time to start getting pumped about about the second annual Phoenix Festival of the Arts.

The festival will take over Margaret T. Hance Park for three full days of art, food, and entertainment. Today, we're announcing the full lineup of participating artists and performers.

See also: Phoenix Festival of the Arts 2013 Dates Announced

This year's presenters and performers are: Academy of Irish & Celtic Studies Adam Smith Adrian Lobo AJ Odneal Almost Famous Theater Company American Chinese Arts & Culture Exchange Annie Moscow Arcana Collective Arizona Music Project Bob Sharp Caleb Winebrenner City Jazz Conrad Storad Cross Roads Performance Group D'fahie Dagger Pan Dr. Pamela Stewart Europa Five Star Publications Food for Thought Sessions (Saucy Publishing) Fushicho Daiko Grand Canyon University Fine Arts Great Arizona Puppet Theatre Greg McNamee Invisible Theater James Reams & The Barnstormers Japanese Friendship Garden Jay Craváth John E. O Juanita Havill Leanne Schmidt Dance Levi Waskom Luna Aura Mark Goldman Carl and Buddies Michael Peach MysticBlu OpenDanceAZ Peppermint James Poetry Slam Primavera Ballet Folklorico Rhapsodie Rita Magdaleno Ruca Sean Deckert Seek First Entertainment Spooky Kool Step's Junk Funk Steven Yazzie Ted Warmbrand Teneia Sanders Terpsicore Dance Company The Prowling Kind Treeline Dance Works Vaughn Willis aka S.W.I.F. Valley Women's Ensemble Walt Richardson

Admission to the Phoenix Festival of the Arts is free. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, December 13 and 14, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, December 15. For more information, visit phoenixfestivalofthearts.org.

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