ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Volunteers worked hard Sunday morning, to clean up after a successful weekend.
Folks came out to the Exchange Club fairgrounds Friday and Saturday night for Albany's first Big Pine Music festival.
Country and rock performances from artists like John Anderson and Clarence Carter were there.
"It was fun. A lot of families were out here, which is what we were trying to achieve. Everybody had a blast. We had a late night, but it was a lot of fun," Justin Andews, promoter.
Three Forty Creative Group says they hope the success of this year's festival means there will be more in the future.