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Photos: Kinfolks Soul Food Festival sells out Civic Center Park


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The

Kinfolks Soul Food Festival

made a stop in Denver this past weekend, and sold out all 10,000 tickets available for Saturday's soul-food celebration in

Civic Center Park

. In addition to food from local soul-food vendors, festival-goers enjoyed music by artists including Bootsy Collins, Cameo and Morris Day. Kinfolks will make forty stops across the country before it's done this this tour; keep reading for a taste of the Denver stop.

See also: First Look: Potbelly Sandwich Shop opens in University Hills

See the complete slideshow of the Denver Kinfolks Soul Food Festival here.


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