Femn Fest 2018 Revisits Downtown Duluth

Adam Olander
Updated: September 22, 2018 11:23 PM

Femn Fest 2018 wrapped up in downtown Duluth on Saturday.

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According to organizers, the festival aims to fuse feminist education with a music festival, both of which highlight under-represented voices. This theme is now spreading across the country as closing the gender gap in the music industry is being pursued.

According to a release, last year, feminist arts magazine, Tom Tom, called Femn Fest 2017, "the most inclusive festival in the country."

The two-day event also included 24 bands, 13 workshops, and 25 vendors.


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