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In the Dead of Winter

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In the Dead of Winter

Year: 2017
Genre: Entertainment

In the Dead of Winter festival is an acoustic-based festival held annually in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the last weekend of January. The festival brings together a variety of musicians to showcase the diversity of acoustic music in the Atlantic Region. IDOW not only celebrate the excellence of our musicians but also provides venues for artists who have not yet had the opportunity to perform their music to a wider audience.

Episodes

Episode 1

Part One features Andrea Ramolo, Irish Mythen, and The Barrowdowns.

Episode 2

Part Two features Megan Nash, Villages and Julie Doiron.

Episode 3

In the Dead of Winter festival is an acoustic-based festival held annually in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the last weekend of January. The festival brings together a variety of musicians to showcase the diversity of acoustic music in the Atlantic Region. 

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