The annual Saturday in the Park at Grandview Park in Sioux City, Iowa delivered on the promise of a hot day and cool music as the Avett Brothers, Bonnie Raitt and Ziggy Marley headlined.

Many people wondered out loud and on social media why the 64-year old legend wasn't THE headliner, but Raitt fans of all ages turned out in huge numbers to see her run through a lifetime of music from her early blues days recording with her friends (and former boyfriend) in Little Feat back in the early 1970s through her last release, 2012's Slipstream.

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Sioux City band Mat D. and the Profane Saints played early in the afternoon and had a lot of people talking about how proud they were to see a local band grace the bog stage at the festival. The Profane Saints will headline the second stage at Sioux Falls JazzFest on July 18.

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Saturday in the Park has been gaining a reputation of having a good time in the middle of a hot afternoon over the past several years when they have booked artists like Michael Franti & Spearhead and Sublime with Rome. This year continued that trend with an all-time favorite Ziggy Marley.

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Add in Nashville band The Wild Feathers who put on a great show to headliners the Avett Brothers and their brand of Americana plus alternative metal band Helmet headlining the second stage, Saturday in the Park continues to be a jewel in this region for summer music festivals.

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