The 15th annual Phoenix Fest music festival is Saturday, Oct. 1, on Fayetteville Street in Durham. The festival celebrates the cultural heritage of the Hayti community. Above, from left, Barry Nichols, Andy “Pete” Peterson and Stanley Sanders of the Family Sircle perform at a previous festival. The group is scheduled to perform again at this year’s festival.
The 15th annual Phoenix Fest music festival is Saturday, Oct. 1, on Fayetteville Street in Durham. The festival celebrates the cultural heritage of the Hayti community. Above, from left, Barry Nichols, Andy “Pete” Peterson and Stanley Sanders of the Family Sircle perform at a previous festival. The group is scheduled to perform again at this year’s festival. MARK SCHULTZ mschultz@newsobserver.com
The 15th annual Phoenix Fest music festival is Saturday, Oct. 1, on Fayetteville Street in Durham. The festival celebrates the cultural heritage of the Hayti community. Above, from left, Barry Nichols, Andy “Pete” Peterson and Stanley Sanders of the Family Sircle perform at a previous festival. The group is scheduled to perform again at this year’s festival. MARK SCHULTZ mschultz@newsobserver.com

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