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WE Fest campers already in line for weekend country music event

Campers are starting to roll into one of the most popular country music festivals in the country. At least 50,000 people are expected to pass through the Soo Pass for the four-day event near Detroit Lakes, which kicks runs Thursday through Sunday. Among the performers at the annual event -- which turns 30 this year -- are Toby Keith, Alabama and funnyman Steve Martin, who will be there to play his banjo.
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Campers are starting to roll into one of the most popular country music festivals in the country. At least 50,000 people are expected to pass through the Soo Pass for the four-day event near Detroit Lakes, which kicks runs Thursday through Sunday. Among the performers at the annual event -- which turns 30 this year -- are Toby Keith, Alabama and funnyman Steve Martin, who will be there to play his banjo.

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