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Bands attract young crowd for Riverfest

But vendors say sales slid with youthful demographic

Posted: May 26, 2014 at 5:02 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/MELISSA SUE GERRITS - 05/25/2014 - Variety performer Mark Lippard performs in the midway during Riverfest May 25, 2014. "I'm still learning!", announced Lippard who specializes in juggling, unicycling, balloon sculpting, stilt walking, and even fire-eating.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/MELISSA SUE GERRITS - 05/25/2014 - Variety performer Mark Lippard performs in the midway during Riverfest May 25, 2014. "I'm still learning!", announced Lippard who specializes in juggling, unicycling, balloon sculpting, stilt walking, and even fire-eating.

For the Frog Man, Riverfest is all about making people smile.

Musicians prepare for last night of Riverfest

Stage managers and artists alike work to put on the final shows of Riverfest. The closing show will be The Fray starting Sunday at 9 p.m. (By Ashley Nerbovig)
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