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Thousands celebrate Uncle Dave Macon Days music and art festival

Thousands converged on Cannonsburgh Village this weekend for Uncle Dave Macon Days, a music and arts festival celebrating old time song and dance. CAT MURPHY
Gabe Kelley of Hogslop String Band on Macon Manor Stage Friday night. CAT MURPHY
Daniel Allen Frazier Jr. of Hogslop String Band plays washboard on Macon Manor Stage Friday night. CAT MURPHY
Casey “Pickle” McBride of Hogslop String Band plays the washtub bass on Macon Manor Stage Friday night. CAT MURPHY
“All I ever loved was you,” croons Eddie Testamand, picking and playing with fellow bluegrass enthusiasts. CAT MURPHY
Paul Smithson picks and plays with fellow bluegrass enthusiasts at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
Sean McDonough, 11, hands Tommy Jackson his change at the family lemonade stand. CAT MURPHY
Sarah Swan enjoys a pineapple drink at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
Sips 'n chips at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
The Accidental Trio waits to take the stage at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
A full moon rises over food vendors. CAT MURPHY
Smoking something good at Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
A metal chicken and a giant lemon square off at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
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Ava Grace, 4, flies high on the super bounce, her face painted like a puppy. CAT MURPHY
Blacksmiths Ophelia Langford and Clint “Buzz” Busbee forge ahead for interested onlookers at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
Onion rings, fried to golden perfection, piled high at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
Chuck Davis takes proper safety precautions stirring kettle corn. CAT MURPHY
Sammy Baker on the upright bass and Matt Elrod-Erikson of The Accidental Trio on Dixie Dewdrop Stage. CAT MURPHY
Vicki Plant on violin with The Accidental Trio, as the courthouse shines brightly in the distance. CAT MURPHY
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Thousands converged on Cannonsburgh Village this weekend for Uncle Dave Macon Days, a music and arts festival celebrating old time song and dance. CAT MURPHY
“Queen of Bluegrass” Rhonda Vincent held court at Uncle Dave Macon Days Friday night. CAT MURPHY
“Queen of Bluegrass” Rhonda Vincent held court at Uncle Dave Macon Days Friday night. CAT MURPHY
Thousands converged on Cannonsburgh Village this weekend for Uncle Dave Macon Days, a music and arts festival celebrating old time song and dance. CAT MURPHY
Elizabeth, 5, dances with dad at Uncle Dave Macon Days. CAT MURPHY
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