Wednesday sights and sounds from the Free State Festival

With so much going on at this week's Free State Festival, it's easy to miss out on a fun event here or there.

Luckily, the festival's social media team is up to the challenge. Snapshots of the fun(k) are all over Twitter and Facebook, and we've posted some of Wednesday's highlights here.

Give these accounts a follow and get ready for more action tonight.


George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic

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None by Nick Panda

None by Nick Panda

None by LarryvilleLife

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None by Downtown Lawrence

None by Conrad Swanson

None by City of Lawrence KS

None by LarryvilleLife

None by Karen Matheis

None by Free State Festival

None by City of Lawrence KS

None by Conrad Swanson

None by Conrad Swanson

None by Eric Melin

None by Free State Festival

None by Conrad Swanson

None by Nick Krug


LPL Sound + Vision Studio Tour + New Sounds Of Lawrence

None by Karen Matheis

None by Karen Matheis

https://instagram.com/p/4UyrXrEE2d/

None by LarryvilleLife

None by LarryvilleLife

None by LarryvilleLife


Songs My Brothers Taught Me

None by Lisa Koch

None by Free State Festival

None by Lawrence Magazine

None by Lawrence Magazine


Lawrence Eats!

None by Karen Matheis

None by LarryvilleLife

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More

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Thursday's schedule

Click on events or go to freestatefestival.org for more information

4 p.m. — Musical Petting Zoo

4 p.m. — Who were the Kansas Riverkings?

4 p.m. — VIP Networking: Abe & Jake’s Landing

4 p.m. — Musical Dance Floors and Karaoke

6 p.m. — TV and Your Brain

6 p.m. — The Future of Newspapers

6:30 p.m. — “The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead”

7:30 p.m. — "She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry"

7:30 p.m. — The Americans: The Cold War All Over Again?

7:30 p.m. — The Pleasures and Perils of Adaptation

9 p.m. — Mike Watt + The Missingmen

9 p.m. — John Sebelius and Chris Luxem

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