Saturday was the second day of the 34th annual Hiawatha Music Festival, and if you were there, you saw quite the crowd. The Finnish-American folk band Lumber Jacke entertained the crowd and little ones danced and enjoyed the event. Thousands of people are at Tourist Park, and if you haven't gone out, organizers have a message for you.
"They should come out to be part of a very fun and spirited festival. It's good for all ages, very family oriented, everybody seems to have a great time," said Craig Goff, a volunteer coordinator.
Day passes are $40, and there's all kinds of food and craft vendors to visit. The festival wraps up at 10 p.m. Sunday.