RICHLAND, Wash.- It's been a great weekend of making music by the Columbia at the Tumbleweed Music Festival.
Sunday was the final day of performances at Howard Amon Park in Richland. The free music offered up by over 100 different artists was spread out over three days. This was the 17th annual festival and organizers say the work that goes into making it all happen is often unseen, but vital for the event to be a success.
"It's been really a terrific experience," said Gene Carbaugh, the festival coordinator. "We have a great group of volunteers that keep returning each year. They know how to make this festival happen and if it wasn't for them, I certainly couldn't be the coordinator."
The final performances were scheduled for Sunday night including a bridges theme concert at 6:30 and you can try some contra dance beginning at 8 at the Red Lion hotel in Richland.