Sept. 4, 2014
Traffic seems to be moving much more smoothly at this year's Lock'n Music Festival, where organizers are expecting much bigger crowds in its second year.
Organizers solved some issues from last year, partly by purchasing 400 additional acres next to the festival site, which should provide more room for cars and reduce backups.
This year also comes with a huge local push as most of the food at the festival will be provided by local vendors.
Many people who turned up for the festival say they're just ready to have a good time.
The 4-day festival will last through Sunday and feature artists Tom Petty, the Allman Brothers, and Willie Nelson.
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