RACINE — People of all ages came to Star Mill Park on Friday evening for “teen night” at Racine’s fourth annual Party in the Park.
Teen rock band New Hollow entertained the crowd, followed by Crossroad Station.
The three day festival opened on Thursday evening with entertainment from the Truly Saved Trio, Bullit County, Shelia Arnold and Open Rail, performing on “Gospel/Bluegrass Night.”
Festival headliner Lee Brice, Heartbreak Ridge and After Midnight were the scheduled lineup for Saturday evening.
The annual event also featured amusement rides, arcade games, a petting zoo, kiddie tractor pull, parade and several food and craft vendors.
More on the fourth annual Party in the Park will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel.