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Music venue transforms into a forest for ‘totally different experience’

Bellingham Exit opens doors to creativity in music, art, design

Mark Kuntz of Bellingham TheatreWorks poses for a portrait in the Wild Buffalo with lit up trees in the background.
Mark Kuntz of Bellingham TheatreWorks poses for a portrait in the Wild Buffalo on Wed., Oct. 11, in downtown Bellingham. Kuntz worked with other designers and volunteers to put together themed installations in the Wild Buffalo, The Shakedown and The Blue Room for the Bellingham Exit festival taking place Oct. 11–15. The Nest Stage at the Wild Buffalo features stripped branches on walls, bird and hornet nests, and other forest-related props. (Andrew Ford/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
Other than the giant buffalo head and lone hoof in a wall, the Wild Buffalo is almost unrecognizable

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