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Mumford & Sons, Black Keys thrilled the crowd at March Madness Music Fest

The last day of the NCAA March Madness Music Fest included sets by Leon Bridges, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Black Keys and Mumford & Sons.
Mumford & Sons performs at the March Madness Music Festival on April 7, 2024.
Mumford & Sons performs at the March Madness Music Festival on April 7, 2024. Neil Schwartz Photography

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Thousands of people took advantage of the NCAA March Madness Music Festival from April 5 to 7, which brought big-name acts to town for three days of free concerts and other activities.

The event wrapped up on Sunday with a stacked lineup that included Leon Bridges, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Black Keys and Mumford & Sons.

Here's a look at all the fun.
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Stoked for a long day of music.
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Eyes on the stage.
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Leon Bridges performs at the March Madness Music Festival on April 7, 2024.
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It was a perfect day for a festival.
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Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats perform at March Madness Music Festival on April 7, 2024.
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Peace, man.
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Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys.
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Patrick Carney of The Black Keys.
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The Black Keys perform at March Madness Music Festival on April 7, 2024.
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The Black Keys perform at March Madness Music Festival on April 7, 2024.
Neil Schwartz Photography
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