Upcoming Events

Past Events:

October 4th - Rowan Grace @ Flat Iron Recording

505 Kansas City St. #2

About Rowan Grace:
Rowan Grace is a fresh new face in the Pop Music Scene, her music is positive and upbeat with lyrics that are written to lift people up, inspire them to chase their dreams and to not lose sight of who they are and what they can be. Rowan was born and raised in Rapid City, South Dakota she was inspired to become a singer, songwriter and musician by artists such as Adele, Arianna Grande, Billie Eilish, Elton John, Queen and the Beatles. Rowan is what you might call an average 15-year-old with above-average aspirations to share her talents with the world.

About Flat Iron Recording:
Located in the art district of downtown Rapid City, Flat Iron Recording was opened in 2009 by Scott Miller Sr. and Scott Miller Jr. with the goal of bringing a comfortable yet professional recording space to Rapid City. The studio offers a 450 square foot “live room” with 12’ ceilings which help add natural body and space to both electric and acoustic instruments. The space allows us to cater to all types of projects from large bands to single artists.

October 18th - Cory Anderson @ Gallery Six13

613 Main St.

About Cory Anderson:
Cory Anderson is solo Folk Americana that relocated to The Black Hills from Sioux Falls, South Dakota after a life changing house show; when “seeing about a girl,” is a five hour drive you end up moving. Featuring song lyrics ranging from the mystical, to heartfelt life experiences. He’s been featured on The White Wall sessions and sodak.tv, and B102.7 radio. He’s shared the stage with the likes of Dalton Coffey, Dylan Lewis, Condor, Matt Costa, The Heavy Set, The Empty Pockets, The Youngest and Har-di-Har. Library Advocate grew up listening to Wilco, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Greg Brown, Modest Mouse and The Talking Heads. In addition to Library Advocate, Cory spends a lot of time working on the duo project, The Swaths.

About Gallery Six13:
Located directly across from the Firehouse Brewery and next to Pour 54 Taphouse in Rapid City is Gallery Six13. This fine art gallery features work from regional visual artists from the Black Hills of South Dakota. Gallery hours are 4-8 p.m., Monday through Sunday.

October 11th - Tiffany Johnson @ Spice & Tea Exchange

519 6th St.

About Tiffany Johnson:
Performing an original mix of Country and Pop, Tiffany Johnson is a singer and songwriter with a fresh new style. Surrounded by music from a young age, Tiffany is a natural writer and performer. She fell in love with the idea of being able to capture a moment or feeling through song lyrics. She hopes that with each song she writes, someone will be able to identify with it and feel like they are understood.

About Spice and Tea Exchange:
"Creating & sharing the experience of a more flavorful life," is the mission and cornerstone of our business, in which we strive to provide guests with quality products and flavorful memories. We offer a high-quality, diverse assortment of products in a sensory shopping experience. One step into our shop will kick your senses into high-gear as you open the jars and smell, explore recipes, and speak with our knowledgeable staff about your culinary interests.

October 25th - Clayton Ryan @ Henry Roy Photography

804 St Joseph St

About Clayton Ryan:
Born in the high plains of Arizona, raised on the Iowa prairie, and steeped in the rugged, kind hearts of the Midwest, Clayton Ryan has found a powerful, honest voice that celebrates the common person in real terms. No stranger to the grit, the folk songwriter has paid dues as a bartender, sales clerk, railroad man, liquor distributor, stagehand, custodian, and laborer, drawing explicit inspiration from the toil of people from across the globe. Songs of human morality, tall-tale characters, and lessons learned make a performance by Clayton Ryan an honest, campfire-side experience.

About Henry Roy Photography:
Henry Roy Photography is Rapid City's premier wedding photographer. They also provide portraits, family photos, headshoots, and intimate boudoir. Henry Roy Photography was voted best of the Black Hills 2020, and received a Weddingwire Couple's Choice Award in 2020.

November 1st - Wyatt Fenner @ Ernie Novembers

1319 W Main St.

About Wyatt Fenner:
Raised by parents who remember when bands with names like like Green Day, Propaghandi and Jawbreaker still came to Rapid City, Wyatt Fenner brings the talent, charisma and songwriting chops needed to revitalize the once internationally renowned Black Hills punk rock scene. He has performed with national touring acts such as The Patients and In the Whale and recorded an EP in 2018 with industry legend Steve Albini. Whether performing with his band Someday Best, or shredding the guitar with American Heavy Metal Weekend, Wyatt is most within his element when performing for an attentive audience and is a talent to watch. 

About Ernie Novembers:
One step into Ernie Novembers and you’re instantly transported back to a time when things were simpler – before digital downloads dominated the airwaves and the newest releases were relegated to a cardboard box at the front of the record shop. A time when the incense burned freely and there was always time for another round of disk golf. Whether you’re looking for that new record release, a fresh deck for your skateboard, or set of strings for your guitar, Ernie Novembers has you covered with a friendly and knowledgeable staff always ready to point you in the right direction.

November 15th - Anna Robins @ Harriet and Oak

329 Main St.

About Anna Robins:
A roaming, creative entity of the American Midwest, Anna Robins is a growing songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and filmmaker with a passion for building bridges through song and film. Her original musical style combines the honest conversations of contemporary music with the driving rhythms and touching melodies of her folk roots. She is also the co-founder of Singing Doe – Workshop & Showcase, a one-day music event led by and featuring female singers, musicians, and songwriters in the South Dakota.

About Harriet and Oak:
Harriet & Oak is a cafe and roaster in Downtown Rapid City. They feature espresso drinks, wine and beer, along with made-from-scratch sandwiches, breakfast burritos, scones, muffins, breads and pies. Harriet & Oak also offers a variety of vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and paleo options. Coffee is roasted in-house and they are open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

November 29th - JuQ @ Full Circle Martial Arts Academy

412 Oshkosh Street Suite #2

About JuQ:
JUQ is the music project from Wanbli Ceya, who has made a name for themselves with their honest and and introspective songs that mix traditional Lakota instrumentation with modern pop production techniques.

"Essentially everything I do as a singer/songwriter is geared towards providing a soundtrack to my Lakota people, ultimately putting the wakanpi and our lakolwicohan on a pedestal. Having Lakota women, men, a native spouse or spouses on a pedestal. Speaking our language, being alcohol, drug, cig, etc. free on a pedestal. With the intention of getting my people, along with all tribes around the world as well as the rest of humanity, back to who we really are."
About Full Circle Martial Arts Academy:  
Welcome to Full Circle Martial Arts Academy. Our mission is to cultivate healthy students in body, mind, and spirit by providing space to connect and train. We are community builders, mentors, and friends working to redefine the role of the martial arts as a tool for individual and community growth.

November 8th - Josh Shepperd @ Black Hills Vinyl

622 St. Joseph St.

About Josh Shepperd:
A Black Hills artist by way of Arkansas, Josh Shepperd comes from a venerated line of musical storytellers. He earned his guitar chops performing in the worship circles influenced by his Pentacostal upbringing before forming the indie rock band Taught the Rabbits with his childhood friend (and current award-winning artist) Adam Faucett. Josh moved with his wife Sarah and their five children to The Black Hills in 2014 but began performing within the local music scene only recently. He has quickly amassed a fanbase with his honest and heartfelt songs about love, faith, and how those forces help us navigate this often-difficult human condition. Josh is also co-frontman of the local band Modern Folklore.

About Black Hills Vinyl:
At Black Hills Vinyl, our goal is to provide the fine citizens and visitors of the beautiful Black Hills with a one-stop shop for vinyl records, turntables and accessories. Whether you are a vinyl enthusiast, a casual listener or even if you're brand new to vinyl records, we will strive to quench your musical thirst and deliver superb service in the process. We will maintain an exciting selection of new and used records across many genres. Our vision as a business, is to increase vinyl appreciation in the Black Hills area, while operating a business that stays actively engaged with the local community as a whole. Stop in and drop the needle!

November 22nd - Kendel Jacob @ Creative605 Studio

522 7th St. Studio 208

About Kendel Jacob:
Kendel is inspired by a deep appreciation for the diversities of life. He is an old soul in a young man which is evident in his music. He is an alternative indie artist who’s making his mark in the music industry with his unique style of rhythms, lyrics, and musicianship. Kendel Norwood was born and lives in Rapid City, South Dakota. He got his start in music playing at church. Kendel is a singer, songwriter, and musician who has begun sharing his colorful music as a young teenage artist, all while being a Junior in high school.

About Creative605 Studio:
Creative.605 Studio was born from two guys getting coffee. It’s really that simple. An idea that started out as simply a place to take photos, soon grew into something bigger. Why not create a space that other people could use for their own? There are thousands of creative people in our community that don’t have a space to use for creating their art, whatever that art may be. Creative.605 Studio is that space. It is yours. Ours. Collectively.

December 6th - Andrew Jandt @ Decades Vintage Clothing

632 St Joseph St.

About Andrew Jandt:
Hailing from Rapid City, South Dakota, Trap Kit aims to put Northern Plains Formal Folk on the worldwide map. Blending rhythmic guitar and flowing vocals, the contrast will pull at your heart from many directions. The pulse of Trap Kit’s music will drive and inspire you. Trap Kit has shared the stage with Grammy Award winning Beatboxer Rahzel, and opened for acts such as The Districts, Matt Costa, Andrea Von Kampen, Layne and John Craigie. 
About Decades Vintage Clothing:
Keeping Rapid City weird since 2016, Decades has become the local hotspot for those seeking a unique look. From mid century vintage to 80’s retro-futuristic wonder, Decades has something for everyone looking to step back in time and return with a fashion revelation.

December 17th – The Art of Listening with Alex Massa

Collective Conversations

Join Alex Massa as he leads a discussion on the relationship between jazz improvisation and active listing, and how learning the difference between listening and hearing can launch us into deeper connection and understanding. After the discussion, Alex will be leading our group through a series of breathing and stretching exercises designed to provide stress relief in these trying times.

South Dakota born trumpeter Alexander Massa aims to create a sense of belonging wherever he travels. Right now, Chicago is home. Having resided in South Dakota, Winnipeg, South Texas, New Orleans, Iceland, and the high seas over the course of his life, he is constantly drawing to and from his many experiences in music, and out. Aside from music, Alexander is a registered and certified Yoga instructor, specializing in Hatha yoga, Pranayama breathing practices and meditation.

December 27th - Jonathan and Tessa Bates @ Victoria's Garden

320 7th St.

About Jonathan and Tessa Bates:
Performing as Dewey Lynore (taken from their respective middle names,) husband and wife duo Jonathan and Tessa Bates are staples of the Rapid City music scene, performing in many different bands and musical projects. Hailing from the folk tradition of utilizing songs as vehicles for storytelling, Jonathan and Tessa Bates sing powerful hymns about navigating relationships, recovering from childhood trauma, and their deep religious faith.
About Victoria's Garden:

Enjoy a stroll through our 'garden' to experience a unique floral designery. Fabulous fresh flowers, by the stem or artistically designed, for all your events, occasions and celebrations! At Victoria's Garden, we are taking all the necessary precautions to honor social distancing, but that does not mean we are emotionally distancing! We have made some changes that we felt were essential to keeping you safe, but we still promise to give you the same amazing experience that we always have.

January 3rd - Matt Trask @ The Dahl Arts Center

713 7th St.

About Matt Trask:
Matt Trask is a man of literally many hats, a storyteller with an outgoing personality who would love to entertain you!

He is also, the World's Most Unremarkable Guitar Player (his words), pretends to play banjo, and has a crippling gear obsession. Sometimes he writes songs. Be sure to catch his weekly YouTube show “Old Faithful with Matt Trask”!
About The Dahl Arts Center:
The Dahl Arts Center has served as a premier western South Dakota arts center for contemporary visual arts, arts education and performing arts since it opened in October 1974. It is a public facility, gifted to Rapid City by Mr. & Mrs. A.E. Dahl, owned by the City of Rapid City and is managed by the Rapid City Arts Council.
The Dahl houses a flexible use event center, five visual arts galleries, an interactive children's gallery, the Cyclorama Mural of American History, gift shop, classrooms for artists of all ages and abilities and Emerging Artist performing space. This multi-purpose community arts center is used by artists and arts organizations for arts, private and corporate gatherings.

January 17th - Taylor Frear @ Game On!

2004 Creek Drive

About Taylor Frear:
Piedmont, South Dakota native Taylor Frear is a 16 year old acoustic singer/songwriter and musician who's style could be described as Indie/Pop with a few other styles thrown in. Taylor has been on the local music scene since 2017. You can find her playing at local venues in the Black Hills and she is working on her first solo EP.

About Game On!:
Game On! is Rapid City's first interactive, hi-tech, live action, no-contact, adventure center for all ages! We've re-imagined the games from our childhood and combined them with a high tech edge and a creative twist.


January 31st - Steve Thorpe @ Black Hills Advocate

318 Mt. Rushmore Rd.

About Steve Thorpe:
Steve Thorpe returned home to the Black Hills in 1991, vowing to succeed as a novelist or starve to death trying. By 1992, he had figured out he could make a subsistence singing original songs. The singing of the songs brought him into contact with a number of Black Hills musicians and songwriters; and when the opportunity to write about these people and the music scene they were building, he applied his skill with prose to publicizing the music he was hearing. His columns were published in the Newcastle Newsletter Journal, Panache Magazine, and the Rapid City Journal, as well as several short-lived indie publications in South Dakota and Wyoming. Currently, he plays in jams and song circles, benefits whenever he can, on the street in Hill City in summer, and anywhere he can find that will pay him a little.

About Black Hills Advocate:
If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening or debilitating illness, is receiving home health services, hospice services or residing in a nursing home or assisted living facility, or perhaps you reside in the private community and your children live outside the area or have limited availability due to juggling other family obligations - Black Hills Advocate is here to help.


February 14th - Jacqueline Kreibel @ Hippie Haven

806 Saint Joseph St.

About Jacqueline Kriebel:
Jacqueline Kriebel, born and raised in Rapid City has been performing at various venues for about 8 years. She graduated BHSU with a bachelor's in Vocal Music. Her inspiration comes from soulful Jazz, folk and blues. By day she is a farm to Preschool chef at Westside Preschool.
About Hippie Haven:

Hippie Haven Shop is a zero-waste store and community space owned by a female veteran turned zero waste activist. Hippie Haven Shop opened in December 2019 and is run by a team of women in downtown Rapid City, South Dakota. More than 70% of the products in Hippie Haven Shop are made by female-owned small businesses in the United States. All the products are vegan, cruelty-free, nontoxic, and plastic-free. 

March 7th - Nevada Ellison @ Trichotomy Studios

15 E Chicago St

About Nevada Ellison:
A farmer by day and local rock-star by night, Nevada Ellison perfectly embodies the “work hard, play hard” ethic. Known as the frontman of Camp Comfort, Nevada can be found belting out “highly danceable guitar centric jams in a relaxed but rugged fashion” on any given Friday or Saturday night in the Black Hills. Equally at home working the field, playing a guitar around a campfire or rocking on a big stage for a massive audience, Nevada is the quintessential midwestern working artist.

About Trichotomy Studio:
Trichotomy Studio is a recording studio located in the beautiful black hills, providing recording and production services to musicians across the Midwest. Independently owned and operated, Jerry Sutton has worked with a variety of artists and genres.

March 14th - Tom Swift Bird @ Heroes and Villains Comics and Games

524 6th Street

About Tom Swift Bird:
Tom Swift Bird is a prolific Black Hills artist, writer, musician, jeweler, and all-around master craftsman. He is a participant in many local music projects, performing solo as Ghostsong Elegy, a project he describes as “A monument of echoes; meditative funeral dirge set to Lakota hand drum.” He also performs in the gothic dream pop band Plague Pitted Moon with Cave Collective founders NaTasha and Dexter Carman.
About Heroes and Villains:

Why settle for less when you can deal with the best? Heroes & Villains was established in 2017 with combined collecting experience of over 30 years. It is our utmost priority to ensure customers can trust they are receiving the best prices available along with outstanding customer service when selling goods, receiving a FREE estimate, or having an estate appraised. Looking to add to your collection? We aim to have market competitive pricing across the board. If we don’t have something in stock, we will find it for you. We love what we do here at Heroes & Villains, and are striving to create more interest in collecting throughout the region. We want everyone who comes though our doors to have a great experience. We want you do understand what you are selling or purchasing. Come stop by... You won’t be disappointed!

March 23rd - Collective Conversations: Navigating Bipolar through Art and Self-Expression with Regan Salamun

Regan Salamun is your local barista with a big smile and a bigger story. Join us for our Collective Conversation on March 23rd as we dive into the world of mental illness and art. Having been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Regan uses artistic endeavors such as painting and jewelry-making to healthily process her mental illness. She uses her art to open conversations about healing, removing stigmas, and finding support. 


December 13th - Jesse Roltgen @ Canvas 2 Paint

632 St Joseph St

About Jesse Roltgen:
Jesse Roltgen grew up in the Black Hills, and discovered an early love of music when singing was used to help her overcome a stutter. Her poetry was first published in second grade in local publications, and that soon turned into song writing. She started performing acapella as a teenager at local open mics, and picked up the acoustic guitar in college, and has been performing original folk music ever since.
About Canvas 2 Paint:
Since 2013, we’ve helped our awesome customers explore their creativity while enjoying a fun and upbeat atmosphere. Come and enjoy one of our step-by-step classes or a casual paint session during our Open Studio hours with your friends (booking required during COVID-19); all while sipping on one of your favorite beverages (alcohol & non-alcohol beverages available)! Our classes our taught by experienced and enthusiastic local artists who love providing a crazy-good time while helping you create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

December 20th - Welby June Clifford @ Perfect Hanging Gallery

621 Main St

About Welby June Clifford:
Known for his work with Scotti Clifford and Spirits Cry, Welby June is a unique voice and songwriter within his own right. Often performing with his sister Wahpe Louella Clifford as Pretty Leaf and The Stardust, Welby is constantly on tour and makes a living as a performing artist from the Black Hills region. Welby has shared the stage with a variety of well-known national acts, including Dispatch, Nahko & Medicine for the People, and Dave Mathews Band.
About Perfect Hanging Gallery:

Perfect Hanging Gallery is a custom frame shop established in 1973.  For over 40 years, Perfect Hanging Gallery has been serving the region with custom framing, art, and gifts.  With over 25 years of combined framing experience our staff can help with the simplest of framing to the most complicated. We are also a proud member of the Rapid City Arts Council, and Artists of the Black Hills.

December 31st – Building Communities of Self-Preservation with Father Cody Maynus

Collective Conversations

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” – Audre Lorde, Black lesbian poet and essayist.

Our conversation will focus on building and sustaining communities where everybody can thrive—body, mind, and soul. We’ll draw primarily on poetry and essays to help shape this discussion, which is open to everybody. Father Cody Maynus is the priest of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Rapid City and is the Program Director of Thunderhead, the summer camp and conference center of the Episcopal Diocese of South Dakota. He is passionate about building communities of spiritual practice which welcome all people to liberating experiences of the self and the Other. He really digs Scandinavian folk art and was in a ska band in high school.

January 10th - Devon Sants @ Oak Roasters

329 Main St.

About Devon Sants:
With a love for blues and soul, and a history of punk and folk, a fusion of genres comes bleeding through the songs of Devon Sants. In 2018, Devon took his music from the mountains of Colorado to the Black Hills of South Dakota where he recorded his first EP, "Mess I've Made". He tries to recreate the emotion and personal hardship in his lyrics. His single "Home" is all about his roots, where he was raised and the lessons he learned. His style has been described as "Blues Rock" and "Indie Folk" and everything in between. The focus of story telling and descriptive lyrics come from influences like Blue OctoberAmigo the DevilThe Airborne Toxic Event and Tyler Childers.
About Oak Roasters:
Harriet & Oak is a cafe and roaster in Downtown Rapid City. They feature espresso drinks, wine and beer, along with made-from-scratch sandwiches, breakfast burritos, scones, muffins, breads and pies. Harriet & Oak also offers a variety of vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and paleo options. Coffee is roasted in-house and they are open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

January 24th - Iron Mountain Band @ Press Start

504 Mt. Rushmore Rd.

About Iron Mountain:
Americana and folk music duo, Iron Mountain, tells their stories like scars. Members, James and Liam, are from Rapid City, South Dakota growing up together in the surrounding area. Iron Mountain was formed in 2019.
About Press Start:
Located underground at the corner of Main and Mt. Rushmore, this vintage arcade will bring back a feeling of nostalgia as you hammer away on our collection of nearly 200 games while enjoying a variety of snacks and beverages. Press Start is open Monday to Friday, 4 p.m. to midnight; Saturday, noon to 2 a.m., and closed on Sunday.

February 7th - Sequoia Crosswhite @ Perfect Wave Productions

1215 E Saint Patrick St.

About Sequoia Crosswhite:
Sequoia Crosswhite is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and a descendant of Chief War Eagle and Chief Swift Cloud. He is an accomplished musician, grass dancer and historian, and his handmade flutes and musical recordings uphold the traditions of his Lakota ancestors. Sequoia is also a tour guide; whose trips include historic and traditional stories along with flute and traditional songs. Much of his music is a fusion of hip-hop, rock, and lyrics about Indian heritage and contemporary life.

About Perfect Wave Productions:
Perfect Wave Productions provides professional audio solutions for venues ranging from sports stadiums and outdoor amphitheaters to houses of worship and corporate conference rooms. We communicate, we listen and learn about the acoustic environment that our clients wish to improve. We bring technology, science and experience in acoustic science and speaker placement into the equation to create solutions that are a custom fit to the sonic environment: Our engineers do a comprehensive study of the acoustic environment. They provide a plan of action that is agreement with the client’s vision, goals and budget. Our team executes the installation and provides ongoing support to make sure that your system is ideal for the space.

February 21 - Marnie Cook @ Wine Cellar Restaurant

513 6th St.

About Marnie Cook:
A lifelong musician, Marnie Cook began her career like a lot of others, in elementary school, playing flute, but later began playing guitar so she could accompany herself singing. Marnie returned to South Dakota and has been a staple of the music scene in the Black Hills for nearly two decades. With her acoustic style and buttery voice, Marnie offers an eclectic song selection, deep cuts, and songs as familiar as your favorite blanket. Her originals are wistful and often descriptive of The Great Plains. She has started a new chapter, is now attending school and concentrating on songwriting and performing. Look for her playing in the Hills. If you can’t make a live show, you’ll find her album Miles and Miles on Spotify. Also, visit her new Youtube channel Sea Goat Collective.
About Wine Cellar Restaurant:

Casual fine dining featuring European and Californian cuisine. The menu includes small plates, European style thin-crust pizzas, fresh fish, hand-trimmed black Angus beef, local buffalo, pastas, grilled meats and fresh vegetables. Wine Cellar Restaurant's wine list offers an extensive bottle selection and over 70 wines available by the glass and an imported and domestic beer list. Open Tuesday to Friday, 3:30 to 11 p.m. and 5 to 11 p.m. on Saturday. Closed Sunday and Monday.

March 9th - Collective Conversations: Getting AMP'd with Kristina Benter of Lifeways

Kristina Benter from Lifeways joins our Collective Conversation series to discuss AMP, their annual art, music, & performance exhibition and event that amplifies youth voices. This event showcases the work of our local middle school and high school students and will serve as the first event in our new space. Tune in as we discuss youth artists, mental health, and the community's role in making these important young voices heard.

March 16th - Collective Conversations: Creating Space for the Healing Power of Art with Brett Roes

Among many other things, Brett Roes is a pastor, author, recovering alcoholic, and living room musician. They believe in the wildly healing power of sharing our stories with and for each other and, through art and conversation, seek to create space for emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual healing. You will almost always find them equipped with a bad joke and a mug of black coffee.

March 21 - Laura Mills @ Haggerty's Musicworks

2520 W. Main St.

About Laura Mills:
Laura Mills is a down to earth singer songwriter whose earnest lyrics and alluring melodies will grab you by the heartstrings. Laura began writing in her hometown of Rapid City, South Dakota and later gained momentum in Laramie, Wyoming and Portland, OR where she performed solo and with other acts such as Party Art.
About Haggerty’s Musicworks:
Haggerty's Musicworks has been serving the community of Rapid City South Dakota since 1979. They are a full service store, offering everything from guitars and drums, to trumpets and cellos. They do sound design and installation, and have installed sound systems in churches, gyms, stadiums, and Mount Rushmore. We also repair all brass and string instruments.

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