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Fiddlestix, Acoustic Manner 

When: Sun., Aug. 30, 3 p.m. 2015
Price: free
“In 40 years, people will not believe we even did this to start with,” says Alamance County dairy farmer Randy Lewis in the closing seconds of the trailer for The Last Barn Dance. He’s referencing the family farm industry’s seemingly numbered days. Directors and Raleigh residents Ted Richardson and Jason Arthurs built the documentary around the barn dances Lewis hosts for the Burlington-area community. They showcase the old-timey tunes at its foundation. That same music will ring out at the film’s Raleigh premiere, with traditional picking by Acoustic Manner and Fiddlestix, young banjo-and-fiddle protégés of former Carolina Chocolate Drops musician Justin Robinson. —Karlie Justus Marlowe
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