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"We've got people traveling from all over the place and real rock fans who are ready to come and have a really good time this year changing it to a three-day format," said organizer Lindsey Medina. Of course, bigger crowds mean a greater emphasis on security measures to make sure festival goers have a safe and enjoyable time. "We have all different kinds of law enforcement physically on site. We installed all kinds of security cameras as well to make sure everyone is safe," Medina said. Luke Barber is with Yashira, the only local band set to play at the festival. He told News4Jax it's amazing to see an event of this scale bring together so many people in his hometown. "It's awesome," he said. "They created jobs by doing this and it's great they're putting Jacksonville on the map music wise." Robert Valerio told News4Jax the friendly atmosphere created one of the nicest experiences he's ever had in a mosh pit, saying he lost his glasses during the frenzy and someone returned them. "I would sell a kidney to come back!" Valerio said. It's not just locals who are excited, either. Visitors from out of town, like Robert Rotondo who came all the way from Ohio, traveled from all over to see their favorite acts.
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