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River City Roots Headliners Announced

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MISSOULA- The Missoula Downtown Association announced the headline musical guests for the 8th Annual River City Roots Festival.

Railroad Earth and The Gourds will take the main stage August 24-25 as part of Missoula's annual event.

Organizers say the Festival is Missoula's signature celebration of the city and of Missoulians love of good music.

Festivities include family friendly events in Caras Park, an Art Show, a 4-mile run, live music and plenty of food.  

Ellen Buchanan, chair of the festival committee, says "We're bringing in more top-notch bands from around the country than ever before. This year's Main Stage line-up has seasoned performers that Missoulians have come out in droves to see over the years, as well as some musicians new to the Garden City.  There's something for everyone."

For more information about the festival watch Angela Marshall on ABC Montana News tonight at 5:30.

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