North Oak Cliff Music Festival Moves To Lake Cliff Park

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The first Oak Cliff Music Festival - now called the North Oak Cliff Music Festival - has gotten a positive early response, so much so that the fest is now moving from its original Winnetka Heights location, near the Kessler Theater, to Lake Cliff Park, at 300 East Colorado Blvd.

The November 3 show boasts performances from the Joe Ely Band, Alejandro Escovedo, Bobby Patterson, Lucky Peterson, Yells At Eels, Jacob Metcalf, Hunter Hendrickson, Nick Waterhouse and Jim Suhler.

See also: - Lucky Peterson, Bobby Patterson added to Oak Cliff Music Festival

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