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Podcast Episode 32: O+ Festival

Discussion with Joe Concra and Peter Himberger

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Richard Buckner performing in the Old Dutch Church at the 2012 O+ Festival.
  • Richard Buckner performing in the Old Dutch Church at the 2012 O+ Festival.

The 0+ Festival, now in its fourth year, takes over Kingston for three days this month and will be headlined by legendary UK space-rock band Spiritualized. 0+ raison d'etre: To call attention to the reality that most musicians and artists can't afford health care and to facilitate a bartered transaction between healers, artists and the community. 0+'s all-volunteer staff of "art-loving doctors, dentists, and other medical professionals" will once again provide free health and wellness services to the musicians and artists (including internationally renowned street artist Gaia) who lend their talents to the event, which takes place October 11, 12, and 13.

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