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By The Skanner News
Published: 22 April 2010

The Soul'D Out Music Festival continues tonight with an all ages show at Berbati's Pan featuring local hip hop group Dead Prez.
Joining Dead Prez will be Mic Crenshaw and Illmaculate beginning at 9 p.m.
The festival wraps up this weekend with Buddy Guy on April 23 at the Roseland Theatre and Mad Professor at Doug Fir. Bonobo (live) plays April 24 at the Wonder Ballroom at 9 .m. All shows this weekend are 21 and up only. Tickets can be purchased at www.souldoutfestival.com.

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