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Millvale Music Festival becoming annual favorite

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The Goodfoots perform during Millvale’s Music Festival May 11, 2019.
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People checked out artists on Sedgwick Street during Millvale’s Music Festival May 11, 2019.
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Nick Graybeal performed at Mr. Smalls Cafe during Millvale’s Music Festival May 11, 2019.
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Volunteer Allison Westfall of Millvale helped Kelsey Sidick and Jared Izzo during Millvale’s Music Festival May 11, 2019.
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Carrie Collins of Millvale performed during Millvale’s Music Festival May 11, 2019.
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Linda Freitag visiting from New York checks out some jewelry during Millvale’s Music Festival May 11, 2019-1.

The annual Millvale Music Festival took place May 11, when a variety of bands performed throughout the borough.

Here are scenes from the day.

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