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Scenes From Waking Windows 7 

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Downtown Winooski during Waking Windows 7.
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Amelia Devoid at the AF Tapes Showcase.
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The Dead Shakers at the AF Tapes Showcase.
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Maryse Smith performs at Scout & Co.
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LeeJ aka Lee Anderson performs at Misery Loves Company.
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Frankie Cosmos performs at the Main Stage on Saturday.
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Real Estate performs at the Main Stage on Saturday.
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Kalmia Traver of Kalbells performs at Lucky Cloud on Sunday.
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Dan Deacon performs at the Main Stage on Friday.
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Future Punx performs at the Monkey House.
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Shana Falana at the Rotary Stage
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Wren Kitz at Lucky Cloud
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Rough Francis performs on the Main Stage on Saturday
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Pond perform on the Main Stage on Saturday
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!!! (Chk Chk Chk) performs on the Main Stage on Friday
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Big Thief performs at the Winooski Methodist Church on Sunday
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Photo Courtesy of Britt Shorter/Waking Windows
Downtown Winooski during Waking Windows 7.

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