It’s Halfway to Winfield at Crosstown Station this Saturday

It’s roughly six months until a slew of bluegrass bands and fans gather in tents, trailers and trees outside Winfield, Kansas, for the annual music festival in the southern part of the state. (Technically, the festival — which turns 40 years old this year and draws about 16,000 people each year — is called the Walnut Valley Festival, but it’s affectionately known as “Winfield” to older bluegrass hands.)

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