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Local Festival Celebrates Cultures of Mid-Michigan


It was a blend of music and cultures today at Adado Riverfront Park.

The third annual Michigan Mosaic Music Festival kicked off in Lansing and featured different types of food, music and vendors.

People enjoyed Indian music, Aztec dance, as well as indie fold and Mexican dance, just to name a few.

Handmade crafts and food were also available for purchase.

Festival officials say the Lansing area has a great blend of cultures and the event is a way to put those cultures on display

"And so bringing everybody together downtown along the river during labor day weekend, where we got a great view of the capitol and the city," said Terry Terry, president of the Michigan institute of contemporary art. "It's just great for everybody to come together to have some fun and see the blend of cultures that we have here."

The music festival goes until 10 PM tonight and then starts back up again tomorrow at noon.

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