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Park Stomp day two, V-Dubs in the Park

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MEDICINE PARK, OK (KSWO) - It was day two of Park Stomp and the start of V-Dubs in the Park Saturday, and there was plenty of VW Bugs and music at Medicine Park.

Park Stomp is the free blue grass music festival at Medicine Park. Some of the thirteen acts during the entire weekend festival preformed Saturday starting at noon.

For V-Dubs in the Park, Volkswagens from all over the state were displayed as works of art. You still have a chance to check out the music festival tomorrow starting at noon and ending at 8... For more information log on to medicinepark.com/parkstomp.

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