Regional Bands Showcase Talent at Rec Park Music Fest
8/12/2012 (Updated 10:42:04 PM)
If you like to listen to live music while kicking back in your lawn chair
then Rec.Park was the place to be Sunday afternoon.
Music lovers heard from a variety of bands ranging from classic rock to country and blues and soul. It was the 17th year for the music festival and there were plenty of things to keep the young ones busy while the bands from the region showcased their talent.
"I think it's a great experience because this is my first time coming to a music festival and I think its great that they put on a festival like this and they just let people come here for free and listen to music." said Noah Conklin who attended the event.
The festival was scheduled to take place in July, but the inclement weather forced organizers to reschedule for Sunday.
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