As the music industry's biggest festivals cancel their summer plans, here are three great events with relatively moderate crowd sizes that are very much still on the books.
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Over the past 46 years, Jazz Fest has ballooned into a rollicking seven-day monster, with a huge musical bill that stacks rock giants alongside legions of lesser-known local artists.