SUMMIT POINT, W.Va. — Traffic issues were minimal in Jefferson County for the opening few hours of the All Good Music Festival at Berry Hill Farm in Summit Point.
“They opened the gates at 11 o’clock (Wednesday night). We didn’t block any roads and traffic seems to be moving rather smoothly,” Jefferson County Sheriff Pete Daugherty said.
There were a few arrests made and tickets written on the opening day.
“A couple of misdemeanor arrests, not on site, but out on the roads,” Daugherty said.
The crowds are expected to build through the weekend. As many as 12,000 spectators are expected for bands like Primus, Cake and Moe are bringing fans from all across the East Coast.
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania resident told MetroNews affiliate WEPM in Martinsburg his son came in from Wyoming to meet up with friends from places like Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and State College, Pa.
“They all crashed at my house last night and they’re all headed to All Good,” he said.
The All Good Festival was on hiatus last year after two years at Legend Valley in Thornville, OH.
For a nearly a decade prior, the festival was staged at Marvin’s Mountaintop located in Masontown in Preston County.
The festival runs through Sunday.