It was crystal clear from the moment when Roots N Blues, a Music Concert held in Columbia started last Friday afternoon at Stephens Lake Park, West Virginia.
The fans were all pumped up and excited to attend the concert. The event organizer lead Kyra Binkhoelter said “The energy seems electrifying from the audience and we are all set to witness a extraordinary concert.”
This music festival goes on for three days and fans have already started coming in huge numbers to attend the show. This concert is set to take place in Columbia and will continue over the weekend. The main entrance will be open for fans from noon.
All the participants and delegates who are not equipped with any personal transport could make use of the event personal shuttle service running through the main city. Over the weekends, buses will be running continuously for hassle free transport of participants from stadium’s parking lots to the main stage for the event. The bus shuttle service will be running on a round tour basis and will be started one hour prior to the main entrance gets opened.
Regular foods and refreshments will be provided to the audience through several tents placed across the venue. The attendees can enjoy free unlimited foods and beverages as the charges were in the ticket and so they just need to show their wristband received at the time of registration for entering and paying for anything. These wristbands needs to be activated through the official concert site.
The event featured with some of the great vocalists and instrumentalists that includes Merideth Shaw, Heather Wilson alongside with their two close mates Kathy Alpers and Carolyn Jett. This legendary trio set the stage on fire with their extraordinary performance.
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Wilson said in an interview: “The crowd was outstanding, we have already seen people coming in huge numbers to attend the festival and we’re all set for a breathtaking event.”
The event organizers also noticed people’s awareness towards the environment and they really appreciated this effort. Kyra said: “This is one of the thing which we are appreciating from the fans and attendees. I also think this keeps us all united as a whole community. Jenneh Klein along with her friend Kyra Binkhoelter took an initiative to keep up with the sustainability efforts during the musical festival.
Even though there was a long queue of fans to enter the venue yet it was all smooth and the spirit of fans were always up.