Each year, a group of men sets up a small tent
at the Indiana State Fair, just outside the main entrance
to the Home and Family Arts Building.
They are Inkapirka, musicians who play music
of their native Equador, as well as their
versions of pop music favorites.
For the duration of the fair, they will play their music,
delighting passersby and people who linger
outside on the lawn to eat lunch or
just to pause a bit in the shade.