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RICHMOND, Va. — The fourth annual Folk Feast dazzled diners with a wide array of bite-sized goodness Tuesday night in Richmond.

The Folk Feast raises money for the Richmond Folk Festival, which will take place this weekend.

“The Folk Feast continues to delight crowds with samplings of the best Richmond’s dining scene has to offer,” Richmond Folk Festival director Lisa Sims said. “We are extremely grateful to our restaurant partners who donate so much of their time, effort and talent to put on such an extraordinary event that, in turn, benefits the Festival — and helps us to keep it free.”

Tickets for the Folk Feast, which cost $100, sold out. The $100 ticket not only buys dinner, but includes complimentary on-site parking for the Folk Festival and a commemorative pin.

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