One of the largest Christian music festivals will be kicking off for its 16th year on Friday.
Organizers of LifeLight say this year is going to be bigger and better than ever.
Last year, officials say at least 100,000 people attended the event. And despite the hot temperatures, organizers are expecting a very large crowd.
So, along with normal precautions everyone should be taking on a daily basis no matter what they are doing in this heat, LifeLight organizers say some extra precautions will be taken.
“Just normal stuff, being in the sun, have sunscreen, maybe an umbrella. We will have plenty of water on the grounds and we are trying to put in misting areas,” LifeLight Founder Alan Greene said.
And Greene says the heat won’t make a difference for the amount of fun to be had.
“100 plus bands, seven stages; it's a tradition for a lot of people to meet up here with friends from around the area and across the country,” Greene said.
LifeLight starts Friday at 4 p.m. and will continue through Sunday.
Admission is free and so is parking, but they are asking for a donation. If you come out, you can also camp.