Most Eye-Popping Sight at the Richmond Folk Festival 

Critics' Pick

click to enlarge SCOTT ELMQUIST

In 2008, the Tezcatlipoca Voladores opened the festival with “The Sundance,” an ancient Mayan ritual in which they climbed a 90-foot pole, jumped off and spun gracefully to earth on ropes, to their brethren’s musical accompaniment. I still feel dizzy. — Jim Wark, chairman of the folk festival’s programming committee

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