Concertgoers say music festival is running smoother each day

Central Point, Ore. —  One of the big concerns after the first day of the Country Crossings Music Festival was the long wait for shuttles, and for drink tickets. Organizers say each day they’ve made adjustments to help alleviate any issues.  When we spoke with festival goers Saturday, they said for the most part they’ve seen big improvements.

Organizers say for the large number of people at the event, there have been very little issues, and as of Friday there had only been a handful of DUII’s.

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