A few sporadic showers weren't enough to dampen the performances at the second annual Frankfort Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, July 14, on .
Rain and lightning briefly suspended the festival around 4 p.m., but the musical acts were back onstage in less than an hour.
Before and after, festival-goers not only enjoyed bluegrass music, but were entertained by cloggers from New Lenox. Kids got to compete in a frog-jumping contest, as well as hula hoop, do crafts and get their face painted. A "pickers' tent" also was set up to let musicians of any skill level play with one another.
The festival continues for another day, Sunday, July 15. Before you head out for the final day, check out these photos from Saturday in the media gallery. Do you have your own pictures and videos from the event? Share them here or in the Neighborhood Gallery, where they will be entered in the . Watch for more coverage of the festival Sunday and Monday.
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