Three Rivers Festival Winding Down But Not Over Yet

By Ian Hoover- 21Alive
By Madeline Shine- 21Alive

July 18, 2014 Updated Jul 18, 2014 at 10:05 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- The Three Rives Festival is coming to an end this weekend, but there is still plenty of things to do before the big wrap up.

Last night the country band "American Young" took the stage at Hanning and Bean Plaza and there is still plenty of music to come Friday and Saturday. Friday night a Michael Jackson tribute band "Who's Bad" will play and on Saturday Urban Legend and Seattle Rain will be playing.

Don't forget about the raft race as well that takes place on Saturday afternoon and of course the big fireworks grand finale.

So far, the Festival has been a hit as always.

"We've got the music, we've got the food, we've got the drinks, we've got the rides," said Executive Director Jack Hammer. "What we need is the community and they've really stood up for us this year and brought loads of people in, and I couldn't feel anymore blessed than I am this year at the Three Rives Festival."

Tickets can still be purchased on site for the remaining concerts




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