SUMMIT POINT, W.Va.
Between 8,500 and 9,000 people are camped out on Berry Hill Farm in Jefferson County for the All Good Music Festival today.
The event got underway Wednesday night and so far Jefferson County Sheriff Pete Dougherty says things are under control.
“We’ve had a few arrests on site,” Dougherty said. “Not nearly what I think some people had expected, and probably better than we had expected.”
Dougherty says four or five arrests have been made regarding attempted drug sales, along with several arrests for minor disturbances, including one man arrested for indecent exposure.
Dougherty says traffic was not an issue, but his deputies will continue to monitor Route 340 as 400 or 500 people are expected to arrive tomorrow.
The festival ends Sunday.