With temperatures in the 80s, and lots of local entertainment, the fourth annual Land O’ Lakes Music Festival seemed to hit a high note with the crowd.
People relaxed on lawn chairs, grabbed a bite to eat and chatted with friends, as four popular local bands entertained.
Solar Exposure, Peace of Woodstock, Stonegrey and the Bearded Brothers brought their own brand of music to this year’s fest, which drew its largest crowd to date.
People arrived early, to claim spots in the shade, or in the center of the park near the stage.
Food and beverage vendors, as well as local business sponsors, lined the outer edges of the park.
Solar Exposure took the stage at 4 p.m., and Peace of Woodstock followed. Stonegrey took the third slot and Bearded Brothers finished up the evening, with a concert at 10 p.m.
The music was high energy — bringing spectators to their feet, with singing and dancing throughout the day and into the night.
The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce and Land O’ Lakes Heritage Park spent months planning the festivities and, based on the size of the crowd and the enthusiasm of concert-goers, it was a smash hit.
By Randy Underhill
Published March 27, 2019
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