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The way it is at the Nantucket Music Festival

Kris Kinsley Hancock

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Bruce Hornsby (above) performed at a private dinner as part of the first Nantucket Music Festival on Sunday night. Some guests were able to buy tickets to the show for $500 (which included a cocktail hour and dinner), but many of the audience members were sponsors of the festival, which ran throughout the weekend. Acts that performed for a larger crowd during the festivities included Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Dispatch, and Guster, a band that traces its roots back to Tufts University. The guys from Dispatch hung out with Nantucket Music Festival founders Cynthia Dareshori and Cheryl Emery.

Cynthia Dareshori (second from left) and Cheryl Emery (second from right) with members of Dispatch during the Nantucket Music Festival.

Grant Cowherd

Cynthia Dareshori (second from left) and Cheryl Emery (second from right) with members of Dispatch during the Nantucket Music Festival.

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