Camping out and jamming out at the 28th Annual Thousand Islands Bluegrass Festival.
This weekend, hundreds of people came from all over the north country, and even Canada, to enjoy some tunes with friends and family. Some have been camping out since Thursday night and say there is more to the festival than just the acts on stage.
"Oh, well it's the jamming that goes on after and all the friends that you meet ,and they are all camped here. So, you know, it is a lot more convenient, and so I enjoy the camping as well," said Pat Gillespie, an Ontario resident.
The Bluegrass Festival continues tomorrow at the museum in Stone Mills.