The roads and sidewalks trembled as the base of the music bounced off of the buildings and settled into the ground.
With every beat and with every soul-shaking song, the crowds grew louder and their cheers echoed through the streets of Downtown.
Thousands flocked on Saturday to the fourth
Wearing neon shirts, bright nail polish, and colorful outfits, music lovers of different genres gathered at six different stages to dance, bob their heads and pump their fists.
The two-day festival, which will end today, includes a line up of more than 20 artists ranging from hip-hop, electronic, Latin, Indie and rock.
Included in the lineup are 2014 grammy award winning electric music producer and DJ, Zedd; grammy award nominee
With such a charged lineup,
"Ticket sales have been better this year than they have been in the past," Paul said. "The line for walk up (tickets) is crazy right now. The bands are what's bringing people in --
Paul estimated that about 10,000 to 12,000 people attended the festivals in other years.
The lineup was what attracted many festival-goers like
"This is growing and we are having better events and a better social scene and we need to support that," Hill said. "I came out here for the people and the party. It's an experience and it's exciting."
"I was kind of skeptical the first year it was offered in
As GTA performed at the Budweiser stage, hundreds crammed onto the grassy area of
"The view up here is pretty awesome," Lilly said smiling. "I've been going to festivals for 20 years now and this just works."
The festival will continue today from
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