AUBURN — Longtime Camden resident Don McLean – known around the world for his 1971 hit song “American Pie” – will perform at the opening reception of the second annual Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival in April.

Festival organizers announced today that McLean will perform a one-hour concert at the end of the festival’s opening night, April 13, at the Franco-American Heritage Center on Cedar Street in Lewiston. Tickets for McLean’s performance will range in price from $50 to $60 and will go on sale Thursday at www.la-mag.com.

Tickets for the films and other festival events start at $18. The festival will run for three days, with independent films made locally and out of state being shown at a wide range of downtown Lewiston-Auburn area venues. The festival is taking submissions now through Jan. 15.

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