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(PHOTOS) 2019 Decatur BBQ Blues & Bluegrass Festival

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Campbell Magallanes sings with the Nashville country rock trio, Campbell Station during the 19th Annual Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival.
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By Dean Hesse, contributor 

The 19th annual Decatur Blues and Bluegrass Festival took place August 10 with seven hours of live music, plenty of tasty barbecue and a new location at Legacy Park on South Columbia Drive.

Marcus Clifford shares a King of Pops with his son Wesley, 3, during Saturday’s festival in Legacy Park.

Deborah Mosher from Bubbles over brought big bubbles to Legacy Park.

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Flo (l) and Kelly McCarty enjoy some shade during Saturday’s Festival at Legacy Park.

(l-r) Linda Bolley, Lenny Lasater and Becky Shaw from Just Roxie perform during the 19th Annual Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival.

Pinnacle Home Improvement event coordinator Jenna Keith passed out American flags during Saturdays festival at Legacy Park.

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Decatur firefighters put up misting fans for patrons of the 19thAnnual Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival at Legacy Park.

City of Decatur Mayor Pro Tem Tony Powers works a grill during the 19th Annual Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival.

Patrick Schmidt, receiving manager at Intown Ace Hardware cooks a slab of meat on a Big Green Egg during the festival Saturday.

Pax Wall,5, gets his face painted by Artesha Chaney From L.A.C. Face Painting.

Evelyn Wood, 4, catches a bubble with her mother Bethany and sister Willa, 1, during the festival Saturday.

Volunteer Jody Hatcher hands a cold beer to a festival attendee.

Mary Schauer cools off at the Decatur Fire Department misting fans while attending the 19th Annual Decatur BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival.

Ellie Gordon, 7 gives the corn hole game a try during the festival Saturday.

Eddie Morales from Williamson Brothers Bar-B-Q prepares an order for a hungry festival goer.

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