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New report reflects on successes, challenges of Bellingham Exit festival

Details include 2024 strategy and turnout compared to other regional festivals

A crowd dances and jump with their hands up in the air as a performer raises his own hand as he sings through the mic in his other hand.
A crowd dances Wednesday, Oct. 11, under house lights while The Pharcyde performs during the first night of Bellingham Exit at the Wild Buffalo House of Music. The five-day music, comedy and art festival takes place at 16 venues throughout downtown Bellingham through Sunday, Oct. 15 and features approximately 50 performances. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Cocoa Laney Lifestyle Editor
It’s safe to say 2023’s inaugural Bellingham Exit was an ambitious effort. This “multi-day, mu
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