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Second Ozark Mountain Soul Festival approaches

The Ozark Mountain Soul Festhad its first iteration in 2022 at The Farm in Eureka Springs. Returning for its second year, this year's installment will feature three days of music, camping and more. Local musician Opal Agafia is presenting the festival, and she recently stopped by to give us a preview of what to expect this year.

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Timothy Dennis is KUAF's strategic technical planner and producer for<i> Ozarks at Large.</i>
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