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The highlights and lowlights of Fields Festival

The Baltimore music and arts community's decampment to the woods for the weekend, otherwise known as Fields Festival, has come and gone, and what a weekend it was. Friday through Sunday, there was no shortage of music, art, comedy, theater, or wellness activities to take in—as well as nudity, drugs, and booze. Here are City Paper's highlights and lowlights from Fields Festival 2016.

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Baltimore Politicians Pick Their Summer Songs: SRB asks us to meet her halfway while Kendrick Lamar, Beyonce, and show tunes also appear
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John Waters will introduce 'Multiple Maniacs' before Charles screening, take part in Q&A

We told you back in June that the Charles Revival Series would be screening "Multiple Maniacs," John Waters' second feature, about a traveling sideshow, led by Lady Divine, that is a front for robbery, kidnapping, and murder (as with just about every Waters film, it is so much more too).

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Q&A: Fields Festival organizers talk about adding artists, fostering an immersive experience, and more

When I first walk into Red Emma's to meet with the organizers of Fields Festival, the multi-day arts festival and camp-out that brings the best and weirdest parts of Baltimore's DIY arts scene to the middle of the woods, they are in a conversation with someone at a nearby table who has an idea to more effectively pick-up trash.

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